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    1. Vertigo: Level 2 (Harder) Balance Exercises - Topic Overview

      Good posture and the way you move your body can help prevent tension in your neck,shoulders,and upper back muscles. If your headaches seem to be related to tension in this area,be aware of your posture and position during daily activities. This may help prevent headaches. Use good body mechanics all the time,not just when you have a headache or back pain. Keep your back in the neutral ...

    2. Cluster Headaches: Conditions With Similar Symptoms - Topic Overview

      There are 2 types of cluster headaches : Episodic cluster headaches are the most common type of cluster headaches. People with episodic cluster headaches have cluster periods of 1 to 3 months when they are prone to having headaches. The cluster periods are followed by headache-free periods (remissions) of 6 months or more. About 90% of people who have cluster headaches have episodic cluster ...

    3. Why Frequent Headaches Hurt

      An estimated 45 million Americans experience chronic headaches.

    4. Migraine Pain: Triggers and Treatments

    5. Migraine Pain: Triggers and Treatments

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