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What causes headaches? - Dan Kwartler


Download a free audiobook and support TED-Ed's nonprofit mission: 🤍 Check out Oliver Sacks's "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat": 🤍 View full lesson: 🤍 In ancient Greece, the best-known remedy for a long-standing headache was to drill a small hole in the skull to drain supposedly infected blood. Fortunately, doctors today don’t resort to power tools to cure headaches, but we still have a lot to learn about this ancient ailment. Dan Kwartler shares what we know (and don't know) about headaches. Lesson by Dan Kwartler, animation by Sharon Colman. Thank you so much to our patrons for your support! Without you this video would not be possible. Senjo Limbu, Martin Lau, Robson Martinho, Jason Garcia, Cailin Ramsey, Seung Hoon Shin, John Saveland, Nicolle Fieldsend-Roxborough, Venkat Venkatakrishnan, Sandy Nasser, CG Nobles, Yoga Trapeze Wanderlust, Jaron Blackburn, Alejandro Cachoua, Thomas Mungavan, Elena Crescia, Edla Paniguel, Anna-Pitschna Kunz, Tim Armstrong, and Alessandro.

What is Causing Your Headaches?


Check out Brilliant and get 20% off!! 🤍 What is Causing Your Headaches? In this video, Jonathan from the Institute of Human Anatomy discusses the different types and causes of primary headaches, including tension, migraine, and cluster headaches. This also includes potential treatment options. Cool Stuff Merchandise 🤍 Support Us on Patreon! 🤍 Codex Anatomicus 🤍 Coupon Code for 20% OFF: IOHA20 Video Timeline 00:00 - 00:40 Intro 00:41 - 01:49 Primary Headache vs Secondary Headache 01:50 - 03:11 Symptoms of a Tension Type Headache 03:12 - 04:49 Why Muscles Were Originally Blamed for Tension Headaches 04:50 - 06:09 Where The Pain is Coming From 06:10 - 06:43 Do We Know What is Causing/Triggering the Pain? 06:44 - 08:06 How Do You Treat Tension Type Headaches 08:07 - 08:50 Symptoms of a Migraine 08:51 - 10:30 The 4 Phases of a Migraine 10:31 - 11:37 Causes of the Migraine & The Trigeminal Nerve 11:38 - 12:32 Common Locations of a Migraine Headache 12:33 - 13:28 Treatment of a Migraine 13:29 - 14:17 Possible Causes of a Cluster Headache 14:18 - 15:21 Symptoms of a Cluster Headache 15:22 - 15:48 The "cluster" in Cluster Headaches 15:49 - 16:58 Treatment of a Cluster Headache 16:59 - 18:35 Becoming More "Brilliant"!! Audio Credit: 🤍 #Brilliant #Headaches #Anatomy

What Is a Migraine Headache?


This animation is brought to you by the Association of Migraine Disorders, with support from Amgen/Novartis and AbbVie. Migraine is not just a headache, it's a complex neurological disease that impacts more than 1 billion people worldwide. This animation by Nucleus Medical Media, made in collaboration with AMD, explains possible causes of this disease and what happens in the brain during an attack. Learn more about migraine at 🤍 or on the AMD YouTube Channel at 🤍 #migraine #MigraineDisorders #headache MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: To sense the world, your nerves send electrical signals to and from your spinal cord and brain. Sensors throughout our body collect information about our surroundings. This information is sent by signals to our brain through a series of nerve cells. Each electrical signal is carried from one end of a nerve cell to the other using passageways called ion channels. Charged particles, called ions, pass through the channels along the nerve, which helps generate the electrical current. At the end of the nerve, the signal moves to the next via chemicals called neurotransmitters. Communication with the brain occurs via pathways and nerve centers at the base of the brain, called the brain stem. The brain stem helps control sleep, heart rate, and breathing. Migraine is a disease where one or more parts of this communication system does not function properly. Many sections of DNA, called genes, program ion channels, neurotransmitters, and other structures that support these nerve pathways. In some with migraine, inherited changes to genes, called mutations, can cause the communication system to become hypersensitive. Most mutations do not directly cause migraine, but, in combination, may explain why there are so many forms and symptoms of migraine disease. These mutated genes affect the function of other parts of the body. As a result, people with migraines may also have anxiety, depression, strokes, epilepsy, hypothyroidism, irritable bowel syndrome, pelvic floor pain, fibromyalgia, Sjogren’s disease, and others. Each attack typically has three or four phases. The typical phases of a migraine attack are prodrome, starting hours before a headache, aura, headache, and postdrome. Prodrome includes subtle symptoms, such as yawning, fatigue, or moodiness. Experienced only by some, auras may be short term visual changes, such as flashes of light, zigzags, or blind spots. Auras can also include numbness, confusion, vertigo, or even muscle weakness. Pounding headaches may occur on only one side of the head, often lasting four to seventy-two hours. Other possible symptoms include light and noise sensitivity, or nausea. Finally, during postdrome, a person feels like they have hangover, which lasts another day or two. Migraine attacks are often brought on by specific stimuli, or triggers, such as: increased stress, weather change, too much or too little sleep, or certain foods. Since it may be a cumulative effect of several triggers, avoiding as many known triggers as possible can help reduce the number of attacks. It is important for treatment planning to distinguish migraine on the basis of frequency and character of attacks. Less than fifteen headache days per month is episodic migraine. Fifteen or more headaches per month is chronic migraine. Every year about three percent of those with episodic migraine become chronic. This worsening of symptoms may be due to changes in hormones or accumulated brain damage from years of migraine attacks. While migraine is rarely deadly, it is an invisible disease that can steal years of quality time. For more information about migraine, talk to your healthcare provider, or visit ANH21247

Headache - Overview (types, signs and symptoms, treatment)


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Regular Headache - Causes and Treatment | Dr. Veena V


Headache is a common issue that affects almost every person on the planet. But a regular headache is something you should worry about. Primary headache causes due to the stimulation of the nerves without an underlying cause, and a Secondary headache is caused due to the underlying cause, i.e., brain injury, tumors, or infection. Dr. Veena V, Consultant Neurologist at Narayana Multispeciality Hospital, HSR Layout, Bangalore shared information about Regular headaches and the treatment options that have minimal side effects. According to the doctor, regular headaches should not be taken lightly as it may indicate some issues with your brain. #NarayanaHealth #HealthForAll #AllForHealth #NHCares Visit our website 🤍 to know more about Narayana Health and its facilities. Connect with us: Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Blog - 🤍 LinkedIn - 🤍

What happens to your brain during a migraine - Marianne Schwarz


Find out what’s happening in the brain when you have a migraine and what we still don’t know about this complex disorder. A throbbing, pounding headache. Bright zigzagging lines across your field of vision. Sensitivity to light, lingering fatigue, disrupted sleep. While an incapacitating headache is one of the most common symptoms, a migraine can include any of these experiences. So what exactly is a migraine? And what causes it? Marianne Schwarz explores what we know— and don't know— about this complex disorder. Lesson by Marianne Schwarz, directed by Bálint Gelley, CUB Animation. Support Our Non-Profit Mission Support us on Patreon: 🤍 Check out our merch: 🤍 Connect With Us Sign up for our newsletter: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Find us on Twitter: 🤍 Peep us on Instagram: 🤍 Keep Learning View full lesson: 🤍 Dig deeper with additional resources: 🤍 Animator's website: 🤍 Thank you so much to our patrons for your support! Without you this video would not be possible! Erica Guerrero, Richard Manklow, Roberto Chena, Oliver Koo, Luke Pisano, Andrea Gordon, Aleksandar Donev, Nicole Klau Ibarra, Milo Vermeulen, Ryan Weiler, Jesse Lira, Ezekiel Raui, Itay Levi, Zongpu Kou, Cameron Chakraverty, Petr Vacek, Rhys Patterson, Dennis, Olivia Fu, Katrina Adams, Regina Post, Mary Collins, Kari Teffeau, clumsybunnie, Adam Leos, Jeremy Laurin, Cindy Lai, Liz, Bhargav Pandravada, Rajath Durgada Manjunath, Dan Nguyen, sarim haq, Chin Beng Tan, Alejandro Gomez, Tom Boman, Karen Warner, Isorn Sookwanish, Iryna Panasiuk, Diane Gallin, Aaron Torres, Vasundhar, Eric Braun, Denka Wee, Daru Bhargav, Sonja Worzewski, Amy, Michael Clement, Ghaith Tarawneh, Nathan Milford and Tomas Beckett.

What Causes Headaches?


If you’ve ever had a headache, you know that it can feel like your brain is trying to push its way out of your head but what’s going on? Click here to see more videos: 🤍 Life Noggin is a weekly animated educational series. Whether it's science, pop culture, history or art, we explore it all and have a ton of fun doing it. Follow Us! 🤍 🤍 🤍ggin Life Noggin Team: Animation by Steven Lawson Voiced by: 🤍 Produced by: 🤍 Written by: 🤍 Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍

Headache, Causes, Signs and Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment.


. Chapters 0:00 Introduction 0:41 Categories of Headache 2:25 Causes of Headache 3:35 Symptoms of Headache 4:48 Diagnosis of Headache 5:30 Treatment of Headache Headache is the symptom of pain in the face, head, or neck. It can occur as a migraine, tension-type headache, or cluster headache. There is an increased risk of depression in those with severe headaches.[1] Headaches can occur as a result of many conditions. There are a number of different classification systems for headaches. The most well-recognized is that of the International Headache Society. Causes of headaches may include dehydration, fatigue, sleep deprivation, stress, the effects of medications, the effects of recreational drugs, viral infections, loud noises, common colds, head injury, rapid ingestion of a very cold food or beverage, and dental or sinus issues (such as sinusitis).[2] Treatment of a headache depends on the underlying cause, but commonly involves pain medication. A headache is one of the most commonly experienced of all physical discomforts. About half of adults have a headache in a given year.[1] Tension headaches are the most common, affecting about 1.6 billion people (21.8% of the population) followed by migraine headaches which affect about 848 million (11.7%).[3]

Chronic Daily Headache - Mayo Clinic


Rashmi B. Halker, M.D., a neurologist at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, discusses the management of chronic daily headache. She describes a study published in Cephalalgia which looked at the impact of placing patients with chronic daily headache on a steroid medication to help the withdrawal symptoms from their headache medicine. Learn more: 🤍

What Causes Headache? | The Dr. Binocs Show | Best Learning Videos For Kids | Peekaboo Kidz


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5 Types of Headaches and How to Get Rid of All of Them


How to get rid of a headache fast? What's the best headache relief? What actually causes headaches? The main factors are severe stress, fatigue, sinusitis, poor posture, water loss, dehydration, and holding the head in an improper position for a long time. In some cases, we can solve this pesky problem by ourselves, yet sometimes we should see a doctor immediately. Here's a detailed guide to help you identify the type of a headache you have as well as the best strategy for pain relief. #headache #painrelief #stressreduce TENSION HEADACHE 0:23 This is the most frequent type of headaches. The main symptoms: • You feel like you’re wearing a tight band around your forehead. • You feel spasms around your eyes and upper forehead. • You feel a dull gnawing pain. SINUS HEADACHE 1:26 This type of a headache is caused by sinusitis. The main symptoms: • You feel pain in your forehead around the eyebrows and under the eyes. • This headache might lead to a running or blocked nose. • You feel tired and weak. MIGRAINE 2:13 All symptoms occur during a migraine attack that progresses through four stages: • Prodrome (1 to 2 days). You feel irritable, fatigued and have an increased or decreased appetite. • Aura (up to 30 mins). You become sensitive to light, feel tingling and numbness, and might have speech disorders. • Resolution (up to 24 hours). You feel fatigued and have trouble concentrating. • A headache itself (up to 72 hours). You feel severe throbbing pain. CLUSTER HEADACHE 3:22 Cluster headaches affect less than 1% of the population. The main symptoms: • Redness of the eyes • Sensitivity to light • Lacrimation HANGOVER 4:13 Alcohol causes blood vessel dilation and affects serotonin levels in your body. The main symptoms: • Throbbing or dull aching pain • Tightness • Heaviness SUMMARY - A tension headache: take any appropriate painkiller, but you should only use them occasionally. If headaches occur frequently, consult your doctor. Try to be physically active. - A sinus headache: it rarely goes away on their own. If you have an allergy, antihistamines may help. In other cases, it’s best to see a doctor who will most probably prescribe antibiotics. - Migraine: a number of treatments are available to help ease the symptoms. Moreover, regular exercise will help you improve your health significantly. - A cluster headache: treating it can be tricky because the pain appears and disappears spontaneously and at a moment’s notice. Only a doctor can help you solve this problem. - Hangover: the best remedy is to take a painkiller, drink plenty of water, and get some good sleep. We hope you will never experience any of these headaches, but if you get one of them it’s better to consult a doctor before taking any medicines. Do not self-medicate! Subscribe to Bright Side : 🤍 Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: 🤍 For more videos and articles visit: 🤍

Headache - Types and causes | 3d Animation


There are many different types of headaches, but the four most common types are as follows. 1) Tension headache 2) Migraine headache 3) Cluster headache 4) Sinus headache Tension Headache Tension headache is the most common type of headache. In this headache, the patient feels pressure and pain in the forehead region. Pain can last from 30 minutes to several hours. MOstly this headache occurs because of stress. Stress can be both mental and physical in nature. Fatigue can be the cause of physical stress. While in mental stress, work, family, friends, and relationship problems can be the cause. Migraine Headache A migraine headache leads to pain on one side of the head and neck. This pain can last from 3 hours to 3 days. Patients suffering from migraine headaches may also experience nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to sound and light. Cluster Headache In a cluster headache, the patient feels pain in the area around one eye. The patient also experiences a droopy eye as a result of the pain, and the eye turns red. In addition, tears in the eyes and nasal discharge are also the symptoms. If we do not treat cluster headache, it might last for weeks or even months. Sinus Headache The main cause of sinus headache is sinusitis. In sinusitis, the inflammation in the sinuses occurs Sinuses are the hollow spaces in our head, that secrete thin mucus. This mucus flows into the nasal cavity, moistening and dust-freeing the air we breathe. However, sinus inflammation might occur as a result of an infection or a blockage, which leads to sinus headache. In sinus headaches, pain around the nose is felt in the sinuses. Because sinuses can be found in the cheeks, forehead, and behind the eyes. As a result, the patient experiences pain in all of these areas. This patient also shows symptoms of watery eyes. Fever can also occur. To treat a headache, we must first identify the type of headache. Because each type of headache can be caused by a different reason. Which is treated by doctors accordingly. #TypesOfHeadache #WhatCausesHeadache

7 Causes of a Headache


Avoid these 7 common headache triggers! Check out Dr. Berg's Estrogen Balance with DIM: 🤍 Headaches and Caffeine ➜ ➜ 🤍 Headaches and Gallbladder ➜ ➜ 🤍 Timestamps 0:00 7 causes of a headache 0:10 Headaches vs. migraines 0:32 Avoid these 7 headache triggers 5:13 Need keto consulting? Call this number! In this video, we’re going to talk about 7 common headache triggers. Now, the difference between headaches and migraine headaches is that migraines are often more severe and have other symptoms, including: • Nausea • Blurred vision • Seeing spots • Light sensitivity • Sound sensitivity • Vomiting • Having some type of sensation or aura before the headache Headaches often have triggers. These are the 7 most common triggers you have. Try eliminating these to see if your headaches go away. 1. Stress 2. Food and drink allergies and sensitivities 3. Environment (seasonal allergies, weather changes, etc.) 4. Hormones 5. Lack of sleep 6. Gallbladder sludge and gut problems 7. Medications (even over-the-counter) Foods and drinks that may trigger headaches include: • Any food you’re allergic to • Caffeinated beverages • Artificial sweeteners • Alcohol (especially wine) • Chocolate • MSG • Cured meats (nitrates) • Aged cheeses • Pickled foods and fermented foods (tyramine) Try to think of what happened before you got your headache. Did you consume something a few hours before? Were there any changes in your environment? Did you experience stress? These questions will help you narrow down the primary triggers of your headache, so you can avoid them. Let me know in the comments below if these tips helped you avoid headache triggers. FREE COURSE➜ ➜ 🤍 Talk to a Product Advisor to find the best product for you! Call 1-540-299-1556 with your questions about Dr. Berg's products. Product Advisors are available Monday through Friday 8am-6pm and Saturday 9am-5pm EST. * At this time, we no longer offer Keto Consulting and our Product Advisors will only be advising on which product is best for you and advise on how to take them. Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, age 56, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media. DR. BERG'S SHOP: 🤍 Follow us on FACEBOOK: Send a Message to his team: ABOUT DR. BERG: 🤍 Disclaimer: Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. #keto #ketodiet #weightloss Thanks for watching. I hope this helped explain the most common headache trigger so you can avoid them. I’ll see you in the next video.

Have morning headaches? Here's what may be causing them


Are you waking up with a headache each morning? According to the Sleep Foundation, one in every 13 people suffer from morning headaches, and they're more common in women than in men. There are a number of causes, as well as some effective solutions.

Migraines 101: Causes and Treatments


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Two Self-Tests & 5 Signs Your Headache is Coming From Your Neck. Plus Possible Causes.


Two Self-Tests & 5 Signs Your Headache is Coming From Your Neck. Plus Possible Causes. Bob and Brad show you 2 self tests and 5 signs your headache is coming from your neck. They also discuss some possible causes so you can try to avoid them. Youtube Channel: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Bob and Brad Amazon Store: 🤍 Our eye massager is now available: 🤍 This video is part of a series of videos for how to treat Neck Pain. Check the full series of videos along with the downloadable guide sheets for each video on our website here: 🤍 Our videos offer the best "get fit , stay healthy, and pain-free" information directed toward people 0 to 101 years old. Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck have over 50 years of combined. We try to add a twist of our humor into each video in our quest to be the "Most Famous Physical Therapists on the Internet" In our opinion of course!!! Subscribe to us now and join the fun. Not only will these videos provide outstanding health information on treating yourself at home, we also do product reviews. For our favorite products on Amazon click on this link: 🤍 Visit us on our other social media platforms: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Wimkin: 🤍 Mewe: 🤍 Minds: 🤍 Vero:🤍 Pain Management: X6 PRO Massage Gun with Stainless Steel Head: 🤍 T2 Massage Gun: 🤍 C2 Massage Gun: 🤍 Q2 Mini Massage Gun: 🤍 Handheld Massager: 🤍 Knee Glide: 🤍 Fit Glide: 🤍 Fitness: Resistance Bands: 🤍 Pull Up Bands: 🤍 Resistance Bands for Legs and Butt: 🤍 Hanging Handles: 🤍 Grip and Forearm Strengthener: 🤍 Wall Anchor: 🤍 Stretching: Booyah Stik: 🤍 Stretch Strap: 🤍 Check out our shirts, mugs, bags and more in our Bob and Brad merchandise shop here: 🤍 Bob & Brad Amazon Store: 🤍 Other Products We Love: 🤍 Check out The Bob & Brad Crew on YouTube by clicking here: 🤍 Want to help translate our videos? We would so love the help! 🤍 Medical Disclaimer All information, content, and material of this website is for informational purposes only and are not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or healthcare provider. Affiliate disclaimer: Keep in mind that we may receive commissions when you click our links and make purchases. However, this does not impact our reviews and comparisons. We are highly selective in our products and try our best to keep things fair and balanced in order to help you make the best choice for you.

Tension Headache - GONE - In Just 5 Minutes!!


Eliminate your tension headache and neck tightness with these 4 simple exercises you can do right at home! Physical therapy exercises for your neck and posture to eliminate tension headache pain. Read more for links and details! I seem to be treating a lot more patients lately with complaints of tension headaches and neck pain. People are spending more and more time on their computers and cell phones with poor posture and these days seem to be a little more stressful than times have been in the past. Tension headaches are often diagnosed as a headache pain in the head that comes from pain/tension in the neck. Often times these headaches start in the back of the head right at the base of the skull and creep up and over either one half or both halves of your skull. There are many factors that cause these tension headaches. Anything that causes increased strain on the small muscles in the top of your neck can lead to tension and stiffness in this area. The tension/stiffness from these small muscles puts pressure on nerves that exit your cranium right in this same area. The result of this pressure on these nerves is what causes your tension headache pain. The most-common cause of tension headaches that I see is computer/desk jobs. We spend long days seated (something we’re not structurally designed to do anyway), we’ve got laptops and phones that are never at the right height, and we round forward at our shoulders to reach our keyboards and mice. It’s a horrible position to be in for your body; let alone for 8+ hours/day! Luckily, there is a lot of the right stretches and exercises can do to alleviate the tension in these muscles, decrease the pressure on your nerves, and help your headache to feel much better. In this video you will learn four of the best exercises to stretch these muscles and decrease tension headache pain. These are simple exercises that can be done anywhere with no equipment needed. Now whenever I treat anyone for anything in my physical therapy clinic, my goal is always two-fold: 1. Treat the pain to help the patient feel better 2. Treat the cause of the pain so it does not return. That said, my goals with this video are to show you the right stretches to decrease neck tension/pain and the right exercises to improve postural strength. Decreasing neck pressure and pain will help alleviate your headache pain; improving neck/postural strength will keep the headache from returning in the future. Time stamps to each of the exercises is included below for you convenience. Also be sure to check out the videos below the timestamps for additional help with your headache/neck pain and posture. 0:00 Best Exercises For Tension Headaches 0:30 What is a tension headache? 1:02 Why do you get tension headaches? 2:11 Home Exercises For Tension Headaches 2:31 CHIN TUCKS 3:54 CERVICAL ROTATION STRETCH 5:25 UPPER TRAPEZIUS STRETCH 6:24 SCAPULAR PINCHES If you found this video helpful be sure to hit the "THUMBS UP" button above; if you have any questions or comments please leave them in a COMMENT as well. Of course if you haven't done it already be sure to SUBSCRIBE to Tone and Tighten here on YouTube and turn on those bell notifications so you never miss a new video when we release one. OTHER VIDEO YOU MIGHT FIND USEFUL: HOW TO GET RID OF MUSCLE KNOTS IN YOUR NECK AND SHOULDERS: 🤍 STOP NECK PAIN AT WORK: 🤍 BEST SLEEPING POSITIONS FOR NECK PAIN: 🤍 ELIMINATE NECK AND SHOULDER KNOTS IN 4 STEPS: 🤍

What Really Causes a Migraine?


Migraines are more than just headaches. They’re pre-headaches, post-headaches, sensitivities, nausea, fatigue, and can even bring on food cravings. But most of all they are painful and frustrating for those who suffer from them. For years they were misunderstood, but now we know it comes down to two main things, your genes and your brain. Migraines are a result of brain dysfunction. It is a problem that originates in the brain itself and is an abnormality with pain processing. There are four stages to the migraine, and only one is the headache itself. A person starts out experiencing prodrome, this stage can last an entire day and can include yawning, trouble concentrating, increased urination, and cravings for things like chocolate. Then comes the aura, which means the migraine sufferer will see light spots, jagged lines, things like that in their vision or people might have a sensory aura like a pins and needles tingling sensation up one limb. This can last 5 to 60 minutes and is followed almost immediately by a headache. People then can experience a headache hangover of sorts, or a postdrome, which is somewhat of a recovery phase. Genes play a role in migraines. There are migraine causing genes and you can be genetically predisposed to having painful migraine headaches. Research has found that a reduction in a protein called CGRP, or calcitonin gene-related peptide, has been shown to correlate with migraine improvement and this research has led to more effective treatment for those who experience migraines. SICK is a new series that looks at how diseases actually work inside our body. We'll be visiting medical centers and talking to top researchers and doctors to uncover the mysteries of viruses, bacteria, fungi and our own immune system. Come back every Tuesday for a new episode and let us know in the comments which diseases you think we should cover next. Read More: The Genetics of Migraine 🤍 The diagnosis and treatment of chronic migraine 🤍 The International Classification of Headache Disorders 🤍 Visit the Seeker website 🤍 Subscribe now! 🤍 Seeker on Twitter 🤍 Seeker on Instagram 🤍 Seeker on Facebook 🤍

Sinus Headaches: Causes & Treatment


Perhaps one of the most common reason for a patient visit to an ENT office is for a chronic sinus headache. The most common complaints include nasal congestion, chronic pain or pressure over the face or eyes, no fever, and no purulent drainage. The headaches typically are between the eyes, forehead, cheeks, or all these regions. Other symptoms that may or may not be present, include light and/or noise sensitivity, pain worsening with movement, nausea and/or vomiting, runny nose, and watery eyes. These headaches last ~4-72 hours, with or without antibiotics, and occurs regularly, up to several times a month. However, the reality is that ~80% of such patients are actually suffering from migraines or some other type of neurologic condition. More information on sinus headaches: 🤍 Online store for OTC migraine treatment: 🤍 Video produced by Dr. Chris Chang: 🤍 References: The Sinus, Allergy and Migraine Study (SAMS). Headache 2007 Feb; 47 (2) : 213-24. 🤍 Migraine misdiagnosis as a sinusitis, a delay that can last for many years. The Journal of Headache and Pain volume 14, Article number: 97 (2013). 🤍 Prevalence and diagnosis of migraine in patients consulting their physician with a complaint of headache: data from the Landmark Study. Headache. 2004 Oct;44(9):856-64. 🤍 Prevalence of migraine in patients with a history of self-reported or physician-diagnosed "sinus" headache. Archives of Internal Medicine 2004 Sep 13; 164 (16) : 1769-72. 🤍 Sinus headache: a clinical conundrum. Otolaryngol Clin North Am. 2004 Apr;37(2):267-88. 🤍 Etiology of 'Sinus Headache'-Moving the Focus from Rhinology to Neurology. A Systematic Review. Brain Sci. 2021 Jan 9;11(1):79. doi: 10.3390/brainsci11010079. 🤍 Evidence-based guideline update: pharmacologic treatment for episodic migraine prevention in adults: report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology and the American Headache Society. Neurology. 2012 Apr 24;78(17):1337-45. doi: 10.1212/WNL.0b013e3182535d20. 🤍 Evidence-based guideline update: NSAIDs and other complementary treatments for episodic migraine prevention in adults: report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology and the American Headache Society. Neurology. 2012 Apr 24;78(17):1346-53. doi: 10.1212/WNL.0b013e3182535d0c. 🤍 Narration provided by 🤍 Still haven’t subscribed to Fauquier ENT on YouTube? ►► 🤍 #sinusheadache #migraine #sinuspain #nasalcongestion

Types of Headaches: Causes, & Treatments| Dr. Anurag Saxena


Headaches can be more complicated & different kinds can have their own set of symptoms and treatments. Watch this video by Dr. Anurag Saxena (Senior Consultant Neurosurgery & Spine Surgery) Narayana Superspeciality Hospital Gurugram, talk about Types of Headaches. #NarayanaHealth #HealthForAll #AllForHealth #NHCares For video consultation with the doctor, log on to 🤍 Visit our website 🤍 to know more about Narayana Health and its facilities. Connect with us: Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Blog - 🤍 LinkedIn - 🤍

Infection caused headache | Dr. Pravin Thomas


Infections can cause headaches in multiple ways. It can be localized to the head and neck region or it can also be a systemic infection affecting the whole body. Covid is a systemic infection affecting the whole body it can present at the time of infection and also post covid which lasts for several months. Dr. Pravin Thomas, Consultant - Neurologist and Headache Specialist at Narayana Health City, Bangalore talks about headaches caused due to infection. #NarayanaHealth #HealthForAll #AllForHealth #NHCares For video consultation with the doctor, log on to 🤍 Visit our website 🤍 to know more about Narayana Health and its facilities. Connect with us: Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Blog - 🤍 LinkedIn - 🤍 Quora - 🤍

What Causes Migraine Disease? 5 Factors in Migraine Neurobiology


Help the Association of Migraine Disorders improve the lives of people living with migraine by donating to research at 🤍 A detailed, audio visual look at the current understanding of migraine pathophysiology using state-of-the-art graphics and the most current information available. Includes an explanation of new theories in the impact of sex hormones, why migraine mimics sinusitis and the evolution of migraine into a chronic disease. If you support improved access to the best and safest treatments, let your voice be heard. Sign your name to a petition urging healthcare payors to provide better access to migraine treatments. Help us reach 50,000 signatures by December 31, 2020. Sign at 🤍 Go to our website to learn more. You can sign up for our monthly newsletter there too! 🤍 Educators interested in using parts of this video may contact AMD - info🤍 *The contents of this podcast/video are intended for general informational purposes only and do not constitute medical or legal advice; the content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. The Association of Migraine Disorders does not recommend or endorse any specific course of treatment, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned. Reliance on any information provided by this content is solely at your own risk.

Migraine headache symptoms treatment | Migraine attack symptoms and relief


Migraine headache symptoms treatment - This lecture explains about Migraine headache symptoms treatment in Hindi. This video is about my migraine attack. How I get migraine, what are the symptoms and how I try to ease the pain. This video is about migraine attack. In this video, you will learn about the different type of migraine, the causes of migraine, symptoms of migraine and how to get relief from migraine.A migraine attack can be very scary. This video shows what a migraine feels like and what you can do to help yourself or someone else who is having a migraine attack. This is a video of my migraine attack. I usually have a warning before the attack happens, like visual disturbance or strange smells. This time, I didn't and the attack hit me like a truck. It's pretty scary when it happens so suddenly and there's nothing you can do to stop it. This is a video diary of my migraine attack. I wanted to make this to show people that migraines are more than just a headache. My migraine attack feels like somebody is drilling a hole in my head. It's really painful and I can't concentrate on anything. I start feeling nauseous and the pain gets worse and worse. Sometimes I throw up and I have to go to bed because the pain is so bad. This is a video diary of my experience with a migraine attack. I wanted to make this video to show people what a migraine attack is like from the inside, and also to document the steps I take to try to relieve the pain. This video is about how to stop a migraine attack.In this video, we discuss natural migraine headache treatments that you can do at home. These treatments are simple, affordable, and they work! If you are looking for an alternative to medication or would like to try some natural remedies, then this video is for you. Migraine headaches are one of the most common types of headaches. They can cause intense pain, sensitivity to light and sound, and nausea. In this video, you will learn about the different types of migraine headaches and some treatment options. This video is about migraine headache symptoms. The video explains the different types of migraine headaches and the symptoms that are associated with them. This video is about migraine headache. In this video, you will learn the causes of migraine, symptoms, and treatment for migraine. For more information, log on to- 🤍 Get Shomu's Biology DVD set here- 🤍 Download the study materials here- 🤍 Remember Shomu’s Biology is created to spread the knowledge of life science and biology by sharing all this free biology lectures video and animation presented by Suman Bhattacharjee in YouTube. All these tutorials are brought to you for free. Please subscribe to our channel so that we can grow together. You can check for any of the following services from Shomu’s Biology- Buy Shomu’s Biology lecture DVD set- 🤍 Shomu’s Biology assignment services – 🤍 -help Join Online coaching for CSIR NET exam – 🤍 We are social. Find us on different sites here- Our Website – 🤍 Facebook page- 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 SlideShare- 🤍 Google plus- 🤍 LinkedIn - 🤍 Youtube- 🤍 Thank you for watching the hindi lecture on Migraine headache symptoms treatment | Migraine attack.

Headaches Explained! Headache Relief, Types & Causes


Headaches explained. Now, headaches are very common and they can be quite debilitating. They can keep you from being able to work, from being able to go to school, from being able to function. The good news is that most headaches are not life-threatening, but some of them are. So today, I'm going to give you headaches explained. I'll cover headache relief, types of headaches, and causes. Plus, how to know if your headache is a matter of life or death. This video is intended to be informational only. It is not a medical consultation, nor is it personalized medical advice. For medical advice, please consult your physician. Get your FREE Healthy Habits Guide! 🤍 Subscribe so you’ll never miss my latest videos. 🤍 ✔️ Instagram:🤍 ✔️ Facebook: 🤍 Types of Headaches Tension Headaches So let's start with tension headaches. Tension headaches are actually the most common cause of people buying over the counter analgesics or pain medicines for headaches. They are bilateral, meaning they happen on both sides of your head. They tend to feel like someone has a band that is wrapped around your forehead and exerting constant pressure. The pain of tension headaches is mild to moderate, usually not very severe. And that pain is constant. It's not typically a pounding or a throbbing pain. Migraine Headaches Another type of primary headache, migraine headaches. Now whether you have them or not, you have all heard of migraine headaches. Unlike tension headaches, which are mild to moderate, migraine headaches tend to be moderate to severe. Very severe as in very debilitating and they can really, really keep you from functioning properly. Aura Migraine Symptoms And for people who have recurrent migraines, many of them can time when the actual headache will hit just based on when their prodrome started. About 25% of patients with migraine headaches will get an aura. An aura is a set of symptoms, which can be like hallucinations which occur right before the migraine headache begins. An aura can be flashing lights or bright spots. In an aura, you can have a change in vision or actually have zigzag patterns or geometrical shapes that show up in your vision. An aura can also include tingling or numbness of the fingers, of the hand, or even a tingling or numbness in the face. In other words, the symptoms of an aura before a migraine headache can be very similar to symptoms of a stroke. For some migraine patients, within a matter of minutes of the aura stopping, the migraine headache begins. Cluster Headaches Cluster headaches are another type of primary headache. Unlike tension headaches and migraine headaches, cluster headaches are actually not very common. In fact, they occur in less than 1% of the population, and cluster headaches tend to affect men more than they affect women. Causes of Secondary Headaches Dehydration - Yes, something as simple as dehydration. Caffeine Withdrawal - If you are a person who is used to drinking your cups of coffee every day, and then you go a day with no coffee, you may have a caffeine withdrawal headache. Now, some very important and potentially life-threatening secondary causes of headaches include: Intracranial Hemorrhages or Brain Bleeds - With some intracranial hemorrhages, the headache can present as a thunderclap. And the patient may describe it as the worst headache of his or her life. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Epidural Hematomas Subdural Hematomas Internal Carotid Artery Dissection - can cause a potentially life-threatening headache. Giant Cell arteritis or Temporal Arteritis - this usually tends to occur in older patients and around the temple. Underlying Heart Disease High Blood Pressure Headache Relief and Treatment Now, what are the treatments or the relief for headaches? Well, certainly you will want to consult your physician. And if your headache is severe, you'll need to go to the emergency department. But some common reliefs or treatments are as follows. Tension Headache Treatment: For tension headaches, many patients are relieved with over the counter analgesics like acetaminophen. Migraine Headache Treatment: For migraines, you may also try some over the counter analgesics and then rest, being in a dark room, being in a quiet room, or a room without bright lights. And if your migraines are recurrent or severe, then certainly you want to see your doctor or even your neurologist. Cluster Headache Treatment: For cluster headaches, sumatriptan or certain triptans tend to work, as well as oxygen. This has been headaches explained. #headachesexplained #headacherelief #drfrita

What causes headaches everyday? - Dr. Advait Kulkarni


Common cause of everyday headaches are migraine and tension headaches, which are the primary headaches. This the primary headaches are the headaches without any identifiable cause or any problem in the brain like any infection or tumor. Other cause of daily headache which are rarely found in clinical practice are swelling or any other problems with the blood vessels in and around the brain, including stroke, infection of the barn and its covering which will cause increasing intensity of headache along with fever, and vomiting, increased pressure inside the brain, that is increased ICT, any tumor in the brain, any head injury. Another important cause of headache in the medication overuse headache. If you have an episodic headache like migraine or tension type headache, and you take too much of pain killers that is more than 2 times in a week, then you are at a risk of getting medication overuse headache. Other common cause of daily headaches which are commonly seen in clinical practice are anxiety, depression, sleep disturbance, obesity, smoking and overuse of caffeine and painkillers. So there are various lifestyle that will increase your headaches and increase your tension headaches. So these are not eating on time or skipping your meals, or if you are hungry, because you want to get, you eat only less and then you get these headaches. Suppose you are sleeping too late and getting up too early. You are not completing your rest, that can also cause headaches. Suppose you have too much of stress, and you are not at peace, then that will also trigger your headache. So these are some of the causes of daily headaches.

What Causes A Migraine?


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What causes headache on one side with acidity? - Dr. Sanjay Gupta


Headache is a very common symptom of the patients coming to the hospital and the headache can be classified and categorized in many different ways. It is also very challenging for the doctor to find the cause of the headache and to investigate an d treat it .Most of the cases can come with unilateral headache and bilateral headache and the commonest fall into a category called as migraine. As everybody knows that migraine has got various aspects, various symptoms and various precipitating signs, various manifestations and various types of treatment. But it is a diagnosis of exclusion and we have to find out that what I causing the headache, what is triggering it and what is the best possible fate of treatment. Now it is very commonly seen that people have upper GI distress and lower GI symptoms associated with headache. Bu it is quite difficult to say that what is the cause and effect. Some will say that they had a headache and then they developed acidity. Some will say they had acidity and then developed headache. It is a matter of how we understand the patient and treat his condition from his headache and upper GI distress, called as acidity, most common symptoms in patients. When you correlate it, then a lot of physiology comes in between like for example sympathetic stimulation of the upper GI and the neurovascular system, is one of the very common manifestations of how you look at the cause of this problem. But many people say that they have taken an antacid or a proton pump inhibitor and they have got relieved of headache. But eventually you are allowing the stomach to feel better, you are allowing the stomach to have a good gastric emptying time, you are allowing the small intestine to function normally when you take these medicines for dyspepsia. Dyspepsia involves a lot of symptoms of people coming with headache and it is not only monotherapy. So we say that when we deal with headaches and with people who say they have acidity, it is not a monotherapy. It is a polytherapy. We have to give a combination of medicines. And most important of the most precipitating factors is stress. Stress is the most important culprit of people who come with these two problems and we should not take this lightly as these people coming with these symptoms worsening can also signal other diseases, other morbid diseases which should be diagnosed in time. So I would suggest that medical practitioner should be involved when these symptoms come frequently in combination.

What Causes Headaches? – Dr. Berg


This video is worth 31 billion dollars. Check this out. Find Your Body Type: 🤍 Timestamps  0:30 The source of headaches  0:47 The first thing to do 1:31 What causes headaches In this video, I’m going to cover what causes headaches.  What causes headaches and migraines is really simple when you look at the whole body. The source of headaches rarely actually comes from your head. A few migraine symptoms are severe headache pain, sensitivity to light, and nausea.  One of the first things to do is to think about if there is any pattern involved with these headaches. For example, maybe it’s connected to your sinuses, which would be the real root cause.  What causes headaches: • 90% of the time headaches come from the gallbladder  • 5% of the time headaches come from the neck  • 2% of the time headaches come from the sinuses • 2% of the time headaches come from the menstrual cycle  • 1% of the time headaches come from a head injury, tumor, infection, allergy, caffeine withdrawal, or hangover Dr. Eric Berg DC Bio: Dr. Berg, age 57, is a chiropractor who specializes in Healthy Ketosis & Intermittent Fasting. He is the author of the best-selling book The Healthy Keto Plan, and is the Director of Dr. Berg Nutritionals. He no longer practices, but focuses on health education through social media. Follow Me On Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Anchor: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Send a Message to his team: 🤍 ABOUT DR. BERG: 🤍 Disclaimer: Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients so he can focus on educating people as a full time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, and prescription or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

7 Pressure Points To Relieve Your Headache


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Even the slightest level of dehydration could cause headache and fatigue: Study


수분 1%만 부족해도 두통 피로 발생 During these hot summer days, it's easy to get dehydrated from time to time,... but studies have shown that being even slightly dehydrated could cause headaches or fatigue. According to series of studies conducted by the University of Connecticut's Human Performance Laboratory,... even a one percent shortage of water in the body could alter people's mood and mental ability. At very mild dehydration levels,... defined as only 1-point-5 percent of water loss in the body,... the test group experienced headaches, fatigue, difficulty in concentrating, and poor memory skills. The research team added that people feel thirsty when they are already one or two percent dehydrated,... at which point its too late to avoid the effects of dehydration. Experts advise the public to drink eight glasses of water a day,... to properly stay hydrated at all times. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): 🤍 Homepage: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Quelles sont les causes de la migraine ?


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What causes a headache on the right side of your head?


Pain on the RIGHT side of your head? What could this mean! Right sided headaches, pain behind your right eye or eyebrow, pain at your right temple - it's all explained! Tune into today's video to find out. Contact us here: 🤍

Why are you Waking Up with a Headache? 5 Potential Causes


WHY ARE YOU WAKING UP WITH A HEADACHE? 5 POTENTIAL CAUSES Have you ever woken up with a headache? Have you ever wondered why? Let's find out



How to relieve a headache? When you have a headache and the pill you need isn’t at hand, the situation seems hopeless. But there’s a scientific way to get rid of a headache called acupressure. Its effectiveness is confirmed by numerous scientific studies. By its nature, it’s a form of acupuncture and reflex therapy, but it doesn’t require special medical knowledge. So, today, we will tell you about this technique which removes a headache effectively and quickly! TIMESTAMPS: Yintang point 1:09 Zan Zhu points 1:23 Yingxiang points 1:39 Tian Zhu points 1:55 The Shuai gu points 2:10 He Gu points 2:23 #headache #acupressure #reflexology SUMMARY: - The point of the third eye, or Yintang, is situated between the eyebrows in the place where the bridge of the nose passes into the forehead. This point is also responsible for eye fatigue removal. - The Zan Zhu points are located at the base of the inner edge of the eyebrows. Massaging this area also relieves a runny nose and improves visual acuity. - The Yingxiang points are located on both sides of the nostrils in line with the eyes. It helps to open sinuses, reduce a headache and toothache, and relieve stress. - The Tian Zhu points are located behind the head in the middle, between the ear and the beginning of the spine. Massaging these points helps you relieve nasal congestion, pain in the eyes and ears, severe headaches, and migraines. - The Shuai gu points are situated 2-3 cm from the beginning of the hairline in the temple area. Pressure applied to this area relieves pain in the temporal region and eye fatigue. - The He Gu points are located on the back of the hand between the thumb and forefinger. Pressure applied to this area also relieves back pain, toothache, and tension in the neck muscles. Subscribe to Bright Side : 🤍 For copyright matters please contact us at: welcome🤍 Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: 🤍  For more videos and articles visit: 🤍

What Causes Headaches? Intro to Postural Headaches


While there are a variety of factors that can trigger a headache, the most common cause we see at the clinic is poor posture. Poor posture, especially during prolonged sitting, leads to a "forward head" position. Over time this causes a shortening of the muscles at the base of your skull, which we call your "suboccipital muscles." As these muscles tighten, they put pressure on the nerves in the area, and BAM! you have a headache! These headaches tend to start at the base of your skull with the sensation of tension, and they can then spread up and over your skull and into your forehead. Check out the video for a few more details, as well as some quick tips to reducing these headaches. For more tips on eliminating neck pain and headaches, click the link to download our free report titled the “7 Best Kept Secrets for Eliminating Neck Pain (and Migraine Headaches)… and Staying Pain Free!” 🤍 Luke Gordon is a physical therapist and co-owner at Gordon Physical Therapy in Spokane Valley, WA. You can reach him directly via email at Luke🤍, or you can call him at 509.892.5442.

Vertigo: Caused by Migraines or Inner Ear Conditions?


Migraines are a brain disorder that cause headaches, but may also cause attacks of vertigo. As a specialist in vestibular migraines, John Oas, MD, an otoneurologist at Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center, explains that it is often difficult to distinguish between vertigo attacks caused by migraines versus those caused by inner ear conditions. However, with thorough evaluation, a diagnosis and individualized treatment can be made. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, call (614) 293-4969 or visit 🤍

Can GASTRITIS cause HEADACHE? Treatment of GASTRITIS - Dr. Ravindra BS | Doctors' Circle


Dr Ravindra BS | Appointment Booking No. 8762910298 Consultant Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist | Meenakshi Gastro Liver Care,Bengaluru This is a very common problem that I face in my gastroenterology OPD. Gastritis causes headache. People having gastritis or acidity problem also complain of headache, which is not always correlated, but these patients are also know to have migraine, that is gastritis triggers migraine people correlate that when they have gastritis they also have migraine people who have gastritis has headache. #expertskisuno #bloating #headache #abdominalpain #burping #gas #diarrhea

Causes of secondary Headache 🤕 and their symptoms


examples of the disorders causing headache are Meningitis Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension cranial neuralgia venous Sinus thrombosis hydrocephalus temporal arteritis

Causes & Management of fever, body aches with severe headaches - Dr. Surekha Tiwari


Now fever, body rash, chills, severe headache. This group of symptoms should generally talk about dengue. In dengue you have very high fever,you have extremely bad headache. In 9 out of 10 cases of dengue are distinguished by the prodrome. But the headache which accompanies the fever is much bad and the third thing you will see is that because dengue is also because of an organism that causes the blood vessels to burst it is a rash on the last part of your legs in which case that is one of the diagnostic clinchures for dengue. Now dengue is again something which is dealt with very easily in homeopathy because it is an infestation of a particular organism and that infestation can be avoided if the body is strong enough or if the immunity levels are very high the body will be able to ward it off. A family of 5 people,2 get dengue and the other 3 escape whereas the mosquito has been in the common area. It is basically because those 3 people have been able to fight the disorder with their immune cell reaction and that’s what we achieve in homeopathy, but for dengue the first and foremost thing is please avoid mosquitoes, second try and having a protective covering always so that you are not bitten by any kind of mosquitoes, even if there are any. Third is rehydrate yourself very well, drink a lot of water. Four, keep the fever down so that there is less of protein breakdown in the body and fifith, inspite of not feeling like doing it, please eat well so that you are able to get out of this condition without having any long term impacts. Medicines like china. Medicines like arsenic in homeopathy, they have excellent results in this condition.

Can Tight Neck Muscles Cause Dizziness or Headache?


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