Headaches: How to treat seasonal headaches.

Pat Anthony By Pat Anthony, 6th Oct 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
Posted in Wikinut>Health>General Health>Headaches & Migraines

Headaches are often difficult to deal with. Understanding the cause of a headache may help some cure themselves!

Is your headache seasonal?

Some have noticed they have more headaches in the fall than other times of the year. This can be due to what is blooming, changes in the weather, such as temperature and humidity. For many, a sinus headache might be considered seasonal.

What are suggestions for seasonal headaches?

Some people offer solutions for headaches that may differ from another person's idea of what works. For some, adding a bit moisture to a dry room will help quickly. Others find keeping a room clean of seasonal pollen and dust is the key. Also, a few minutes in a quite and dark room will often help headaches sufferers temporarily.

Seasonal headaches are not migraines.

Seasonal headaches are sometimes an allergic response and can be annoying, but can be tolerated. Migraines are often debilitating, and sufferers often must receive medical attention to free themselves of these headaches.

Treatments without medical advice.

If a headache just seems to be a nuisance, and it is something a person notices they have every year at the same time, taking medication such as aspirin may be okay. When someone is not sure of the cause of the headache, checking the symptoms online may be a beginning. Also, talking to a pharmacist before purchasing seasonal remedies could save some money.

When medical help is needed.

If a headache is intense, unlike any headache a person has experienced in the past, comes on suddenly and includes other symptoms, emergency attention should not be ruled out.

What is the best solution for a seasonal headache?

Anyone with solutions for seasonal headaches, please share with others in the comment section. Natural remedies often work, and seasonal headache sufferers may appreciate your information.

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Allergic Reaction, Allergies, Allergy Treatment, Headaches, Headaches And Migraines, Seasonal Headaches

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author avatar Pat Anthony
As a freelance writer with articles posted on several sites, Pat enjoys contributing information about health and local events. See Pat as the Charlotte Healthy Living Examiner on examiner.com.

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author avatar Carol
6th Oct 2011 (#)

Thanks for the tips, a very common problem.

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author avatar Pat Anthony
30th Oct 2011 (#)

Hi Carol, Thanks for commenting.

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author avatar Hedy Rose
6th Oct 2011 (#)

Thank you for the good advice!

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author avatar Pat Anthony
30th Oct 2011 (#)

Thanks for reading.

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author avatar Funom Makama
9th Oct 2011 (#)

Great article. Reading a piece like this makes me feel lucky to be part of this community. Keep up with the good work.

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author avatar Pat Anthony
30th Oct 2011 (#)

Thanks for reading and commenting.

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author avatar Delicia Powers
9th Oct 2011 (#)

great advice, thanks Pat...

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author avatar Vinay
13th Sep 2012 (#)

I am having seasonal headache only on left side of my forehead from last 12 years in the summer/humid time. It last from 15 to 30 days every year. Doctors advice to take SOS pain killers. But when the pain starts it takes 15-30 days to go. last year i found one cure for it. When ever now the pain starts , i take Histac-evt instant gas relief and after drinking it , immd i go to washroom. THE PAIN is there but as the stomach gets cleared the pain goes. Only once or twice it took long 3-4 to go as i had 2 bottles of beer. Even if i had eaten any fried items outside with drinks , that time also it took 3-4 hours.
I think this headache ( migraine) has some thing related with the stomach.
Kindly share your views too as from last 3-4 days my headache has started and now lets see how many days it last.

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