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    Medical Reference Related to Migraines & Headaches

    1. Prevent Migraines and Headaches by Managing Stress

      To help prevent migraines and headaches, read about these warning signs of stress and tips on how to cope.

    2. Chronic Daily Headache

      WebMD explains the symptoms and treatment of chronic daily headaches, including tension headaches, migraines, medication overuse headaches, and hemicrania continua.

    3. New Daily Persistent Headaches

      The causes, symptoms, and treatment of new daily persistent headaches, which start without warning and go on for 3 months or longer.

    4. Status Migrainosus

      WebMD discusses the symptoms, causes, and treatment of status migrainosus, a severe type of migraine that can last more than 72 hours.

    5. Vertigo: Level 2 (Harder) Balance Exercises - Health Tools

      Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health.Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Vertigo: Balance Exercises

    6. Tension Headaches - Topic Overview

      Level 1 exercises for vertigo are "beginner" exercises. In all of them,start out slowly and gradually try to do the exercise for a longer time or do more repetitions. When you first begin,it is important to have someone with you to help you if you feel you are going to fall. As you progress,you may be able to do some of the exercises on your own. If you are concerned about falling,always ...

    7. Vertigo: Level 2 (Harder) Balance Exercises - Health Tools

      Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health.Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Vertigo: Balance Exercises

    8. Tension Headaches - Topic Overview

      Walking is a simple but powerful exercise for vertigo that can help your balance. Walking with greater balance will allow you to function better on your own,which in turn may lead to improved self-confidence. As you walk,you will also be working your muscles,which helps you keep muscle tone and may increase your strength. Because you are moving,there is an increased risk of falling. If ...

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

      Level 2 exercises for vertigo are a little harder than the level 1 exercises. For all of them,start out slowly and gradually try to do the exercise for a longer time or for more repetitions. When you first begin,it is important to have someone with you to help you if you feel you are going to fall. As you progress,you may be able to do some of the exercises on your own. If you are ...

    10. Vertigo: Level 2 (Harder) Balance Exercises - Health Tools

      Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health.Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Vertigo: Balance Exercises

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