A rebound headache
can be an unpleasant experience, as this is where you take medication for the relief of your primary headache and end up simply rebounding into another headache.
These headaches have been associated with over the counter medications in many cases, as well as improper use of prescribed medication.
It is important to follow the instructions on headache medications carefully with regards to administration and dosage.
By taking too much of the drug or taking it too frequently you could find yourself suffering from a this type of headache.
You could also suffer additional symptoms as well as making the drug less effective when it comes to treating your headaches.
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In many cases, this headache symptoms have been associated with drugs that contain caffeine. This is particularly true if you drink a lot of coffee, tea, cola, or intake a lot of caffeine through some other aspect of your diet.
This means that your caffeine intake is probably quite high, and the added caffeine from the drugs could be all that it takes to cause a rebound headache.
Anyone experiencing rebound headache symptoms needs to discuss the problem with their healthcare provider.
It may be necessary to stop the treatment that you are taking – the treatment that may be causing the headaches.
Your doctor will be able to determine what may be causing the secondary headaches based on the information that you provide, and he or she can then act accordingly.
It is also a good idea to get out of the habit of taking drugs every time you get a hint of a headache (unless instructed to do so by your doctor).
You can minimize the risk of getting these headaches by looking into more natural therapies and lifestyle changes, which could themselves relieve primary headaches, thus eliminating the need to take medication on a regular basis.
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Posted by Jan Heering
Headache – Migraine Treatment Expert and Author
Founder and President of the Morpheus Institute and
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