Yes, although the word "words" in the question is misspelled as "works".
Yes, as a Type 1 diabetic, I often get headaches when I am hypoglycemic.
If your headaches are related to sinus trouble the best place to live is AZ.
high blood pressure
No word is always spelled correctly. But the word "correctly" is correctly spelled as correctly. (see related question)
are headaches related to high cholesterol
Insomnia, ulcers, cancers, headaches, migraine headaches, muscle tension, heart-attacks, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and many other illnesses and diseases are directly or indirectly related to stress.
Yes, it sure can. It depends on how your body reacts, but the most common reason for getting headaches related to morphine is due to withdrawl.
Cats and dogs can get headaches if it's related to a disease or high fever, but there is no indication either of these animals can get headaches like humans.
It is common for pregnant women to experience frequent headaches. Usually this is related to their radical hormone changes. See a qualified physician or Headache Specialist for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Temperature is not related to changes in state of matter. The other way around would have been a better question: "How are changes in state of matter related to temperature"
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The headaches could very well be related to stress, eye strain, allergies. lack of daily water consumption, or not enough quality calories during the day.
no, they are physical changes related solely to temperature and pressure.
they all result from tension and stress.
changes as the related activity changes.
Vision related headaches arise from uncorrected vision. So, a pair of glasses will help with that, if it is truly attributable to your vision.
there related because changes in energy are stored in the chemical bonds between atoms and changes in matter has mass that takes up space.
its related because when the wether changes temperature water changes temperatures.
Anxiety, probably related to childhood experiences.
Of course; but the question is extremely broad. It is common for people who are in the habit of consuming a lot of caffeine to experience headaches with a sudden reduction in intake. There are lots of other examples, usually related to over-indulging in one thing or another. Headaches can be relatively benign, or they could very serious signs of trouble. Always check with your physician if you experience headaches out of the ordinary.
no one realy knows.
Some illnesses and diseases directly or indirectly related or caused by stress are insomnia, ulcers, cancers, headaches, migraine headaches, muscle tension, heart-attacks, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and many others.
Some symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) include being tired, breast tenderness, headaches, muscle pain, and mood swings. PMS symptoms are related to a woman's menstrual cycle and a factor like hormonal changes may be a leading cause for them.