References in classic literature ?
She would be most happy," he said; "but I am afraid those headaches will interfere.
There is only one remedy for a headache," said this horrible old man.
How can you expect me to go to church again," she asked, petulantly, "with such a headache as mine?
Her maid (the person with the cap-ribbons) was sent down-stairs to announce that her headache had returned.
why will they hang about us, like the flavour of yesterday's wine, suggestive of headaches and lassitude, and those good intentions for the future, which, under the earth, form the everlasting pavement of a large estate, and, upon it, usually endure until dinner-time or thereabouts!
The most popular answer is to take a pharmaceutical headache medication, such as aspirin, Tylenol, or Advil.
Some headache experts also use Botox injections to prevent migraines, says Dr.
The possibility of secondary headache is greater in older patients, and they are more likely than the general population to often experience polypharmacy and drug interactions, said Dr.
A minority of people with migraines experience sets of sensory signals, called auras, before each oncoming headache.
Headache Currents was launched in June and will be published three times in 2004 and six times a year beginning in 2005.
Each of these specific areas of the brain appears to play unique roles in causing headache as well.
The holiday season is one time of the year when it is difficult for headache and migraine sufferers to escape all of the potential triggers.