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Ice Pick Headache Signs and Symptoms

An ice pick headache—the type that causes a stabbing pain and usually centers in the temple area or around the eyes—is very rare. For most people, thankfully, it's brief. In 80 percent of ice pick headache sufferers, symptoms last from one to 10 seconds. For those prone to ice pick … Read More

Dehydration Headache: Know the Causes, Signs, and Treatments

What causes dehydration headaches can be as simple as not having consumed sufficient fluids. Likewise, dehydration headaches may happen because lack of fluids causes shrinkage in brain volume. This results in the brain pulling away from the skull, which triggers pain receptors in the meninges (the membrane that surrounds the … Read More

Diuretic Foods Are All-Around Healthy Choices

A diuretic will cause the number on your bathroom scale to go down, but it’s a temporary weight reduction. Diuretics pull excess fluid—not fat—from your body. They help when you feel bloated during hormonal changes like premenstrual syndrome (PMS). This is why Midol Complete contains caffeine and has a mild … Read More

Cluster Headache: How It Happens, How to Treat It

A cluster headache is the "most severe form of primary headache," as the U.S. National Library of Medicine tells us. When you get one, you'll know it, because of the onset of sudden—and painful—headache clusters, usually at the same time of the day and night for several weeks. They typically … Read More

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