Stop using a cell phone. I would suspect you did quite well for many years without a cell phone.
Literally, "mind-body" illness; any stress related physical illness, such as hypertension and some headaches. (Modern Day Psychology Text)
Hypoglycemia and manic-depressive disorder come immediately to mind.
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.
seemingly related to or reminding of the FBI.
high blood pressure
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The symptoms headache and body aches are non-specific and can be related to many diseases and disorders. The most common is the flu. If you suspect an illness, consider seeking the help of a qualified physician for diagnosis and treatment.
It can be.
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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.
Alcohol abuse is not an illness but a behavior. The same is true of alcoholism.
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A headache is one of the more common ways your body has for showing you that something is wrong. Headaches can be a sign of stress and fatigue. They can also be a sign of poor nutrition, low blood sugar and dehydration. Thinking of headaches in terms of general illness, headache pain can be related to the common cold and sinus infections, as well as being caused by high blood pressure. Headaches can also be a sign of more serious conditions, such as brain tumors, meningitis, and increased cerebrospinal fluid. If you have a headache that is the worst headache of your life - go the ER immediately. If you have a headache that is paired with neurological symptoms - such as dizziness, visual disturbance, hearing disturbance, smelling strange scents, - or experience a fever and/or vomiting, seek medical care as soon as possible.
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.
Lots of reason could cause mini headaches which sometimes are migraines only one wouldn't know for sure unless they get checked. - It could be that your body is used to or in need of some amount of caffeine but its being deprived of; sometimes a cup of tea or coffee makes quite a difference. - Some times prolonged hunger; like missing breakfast and lunch or missing dinner and breakfast - For women could be menstruation, having a coil in place or menopause effects - Sometimes it either stress related either due to work or rather day to day issues If you have these headaches all the time, it is better to get checked by an ENT doctor.
they all result from tension and stress.
AIDS related illness. Knocked the stuffing out if him
He did of a kidney related illness in 1950
Yes, you should call a lawyer about my asbestos-related illness. www.lawyers.findlaw.com/ is a directory of attorneys based in the United States, and will help you attorney in your area.
Vision related headaches arise from uncorrected vision. So, a pair of glasses will help with that, if it is truly attributable to your vision.