The Mystery Headache: Migraine, Positional Headache, Spinal Fluid Leak?
Write Away Your Headache
A pad and pen can help refine your treatment for migraines or chronic headaches, according to neurologists at the University of California, San Francisco Medical Center.
Record the following data to share with your doc, whether the pain is new or not—it could lead to lasting pain management.
Headache's duration, day of week, and time of day:You may find a pattern related to work stress, diet, or something else.
Headache location:One side versus both matters to your doctor, as does upper neck versus scalp (the former could be muscle tension).
OTC and Rx treatments you've tried:Note how much you took, when, and how well it worked.
Other meds or food ingested prior to onset:Many drugs can cause headaches as a side effect; alcohol, aged cheese, and other foods can trigger migraines.
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