It is not entirely clear why people with PTSD may be more likely to experience problems with headaches. However, stress has been linked to the occurrence of headaches, and the symptoms of PTSD can definitely contribute to very high levels of stress and emotional strain.
Everyone uses aspirin or at least keep it in their medical cabinets. People usually take aspirin when they have terrible headaches, fevers or when they notice symptoms of flu or cold. Aspirin is very efficient as a general pain relief. Other people use it to help with heart issues and to prevent formation of blood Continue Reading
http://www.webmd.com/migraines-headaches/guide/migraine-term-definitions?ecd=soc_pin_03062015_termseverymigrainesufferershouldknow Some #headaches can be summed up in just a few words. A #migraine, however, can be a lengthy event that causes far more than just head pain. If you have migraines, learning a few new words may help you better understand and describe your symptoms. Here are the #definitions of 10 important migraine #terms:
Which oils we diffuse can depend on a few factors — how we are feeling (is someone sick or having allergy symptoms, do I have another migraine?), the time of year (am I longing for the days when I burned fall candles?), what our goals are (do we need rest or focus?). Here are 10 of our favorite DIY blends.