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Medication overuse headaches — also known as rebound headaches — are caused by the long-term use of medicines to treat headaches such as migraines.
Symptoms Thunderclap headaches are dramatic.
Most people have headaches from time to time.
Most spinal headaches — also known as post-dural puncture headaches — resolve on their own with no treatment.
There are two types: primary cough headaches and secondary cough headaches.
Like adults, children can develop different types of headaches, including migraines or stress-related (tension) headaches.
Sinus headaches are headaches that may feel like an infection in the sinuses (sinusitis).
Tension-type headaches and migraines are also common sub-types of headaches.
Request an appointment Causes Primary exercise headaches The exact cause of primary exercise headaches is unknown.
Most sex headaches are nothing to worry about.
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