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Headache Migraine Tension Sinus Anxiety PainA headache is pain in any area of your head. Headaches may be a sharp pain, throbbing or dull ache. A migraine differs by causing not only headache symptoms, but may include light sensitivity, nausea, vomiting or visual disturbances. 

A headache can be a sign of stress, emotions or can be caused by a medical disorder, such as high blood pressure, depression, tension, anxiety or many other reasons. A headache can come on suddenly and causes mild to moderate pain. 

A migraine is thought to begin in childhood, the teenage years or early adulthood. There may be symptoms one or two days before a migraine such as mood changes, neck stiffness, increased thirst and urination, food cravings or frequent yawning. Migraine attacks are said to be debilitating by some sufferers and may need medical intervention. Some of the triggers for migraines are hormonal changes in women, sleep changes, foods, medications, and more. The clinic is prepared to help relieve your pain and treat your symptoms when a migraine strikes.

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