Headaches That Persist

Headaches That Persist

14 Years of Research on Headaches, Migraines & Rare Headaches

Book - 2009
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The book Headaches That Persist is designed to address an often poorly misunderstood health topic. Headaches are scoffed at, ridiculed at, and at social settings they often become the topic for endless jokes. By their sheer invisible nature they have been tied to folklore. Headache is an invisible, biological disorder that is aggravated by certain foods, heredity, some hormonal factors, environmental issues, the stress response, medication-overuse, and so on. This book contains a full description of primary headaches such as migraine, tension-type headache or cluster headaches. Also listed are secondary headaches such as post-traumatic headaches, neck problems and headache, headaches from stroke. Chronic daily headache is fully examined. All treatments are recommended by headache neurologists. The physicians and neurologists with a specialty in treating headaches, have been listed. They have contributed articles or reviewed content. Do not let the public, or even some professionals, dismiss your headache pattern. Your peace of mind is at stake and your quality of life can be increased. This book is one of Canada's first books on headaches, which covers rare headaches and it is written for the sufferer. Many health professionals will find it useful - due to its relevant content and thorough research.
Publisher: London, Canada : Help for Headaches, 2009
ISBN: 9781425189358
Branch Call Number: 616.857 LUC
Characteristics: 199 p.


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Jan 17, 2011

Didn't find anything in here I didn't already know about after suffering from migraines for a decade.
If you are new to the issue, then this can give you some places to start from what kind of headache it is, to possible triggers and how to treat/aviod them.

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