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Hello! Today I want to ask you whether you have the same problem. The thing is that I have headaches very often. Anb usually I thinl that the reaso of that is that I often catch cold. So, what do you think? Is it really so, or perhaps the reason can be different? What would you advise?
Here you are boys. Pleased to be a part of this nice conversation with you))) cold is really difficult especially if you are man who hasn't accustomed to have cold it is just a joke to boost your mood my dear friend. If your headache is strong so be attentive!! Because you can have many difficulties with it if you don't do right treatments. if you feel that you don't get better, consult with a doctor. I am sure that he will do everything possible to treat you in a best way
Hi guys. I do not even know what to answer your strange question, man. Why is it strange, because if I have, for example, something that hurts or worries, I go to the clinic to specialists in a particular area and do it as soon as possible. Because the causes of frequent headaches can be just a huge amount. Starting from a simple migraine and ending with a brain tumor ... in short I do not frighten you, but do not delay with this matter, man. And treat your health without neglect.
The cause of the headache may be spasm or vasodilation. Most often, this problem worries those who lead a sedentary, sedentary lifestyle. Another category of unhappy people suffering from such a headache is patients with vegetative dystonia and osteochondrosis. With this condition, the entire head will split at once. Pain of a pulsating nature, "knocking at the temples", the face looks puffy, the general condition is broken. Those who are prone to this disease, unpleasant sensations are amplified with changing weather and a few days before menstruation. During pregnancy, the frequency of headaches decreases or they stop completely, but, unfortunately, they resume after the delivery, as soon as the period of the baby's breastfeeding ends.
You know everything is useful in moderation, and insignificant stress is necessary for the body. But daily excitement translates a person into a constant "combat readiness", which is fraught with overexertion and headaches. You can learn about an early attack in advance if you observe your bodily reactions. For example, during an unpleasant conversation with an almost former husband, a woman can clench her teeth, often and shallowly breathe, strain muscles, and after a few hours to come down with a pressing headache. If we add to these "conversations" add problems that have been piled up at work and with children, repeated daily attacks will not seem surprising at all.
Many people experience the cold and flu during the winter months, leading to increased health care costs, physician visits, and lost productivity. These upper respiratory viruses have no cure and show different symptoms, but are more likely to be fought off by a healthy immune system. Improving and maintaining your immune system can help decrease your likelihood of getting sick. Wash your hands frequently. It's easy to pick up germs from door handles, grocery shopping carts, public transportation, and anything else that might be handled by other people. Get in the habit of washing your hands with warm water and soap or antibacterial soap.
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