I'm getting headaches everyday and I have them all the time I've had my sight checked bp checked sinus scan and ears checked all are fine and blood tests normal my gp thinks it's cluster headaches but never gave me any treatment for them I find I can't sleep with the pain and feel like the pain is behind my eye opption said cluster headaches to and I needed treatment what is recommended for this type of headaches
Recurrent migraine or tension-type headaches are seen in about 70% of fibromyalgia patients. Various headache medications are available, including sumatriptan, calcium channel blockers and beta blockers. Besides medication body mechanics such as altering positions every thirty minutes while reading or studying can help relieve stress on the back of the neck which can help decrease the pain of some headaches.
I have found that some medications cause severe headaches and tightening of my neck and jaw muscles making them all the more painful. The standard meds specific for our common diagnosis have been the worst, Cymbalta and Lyrica. I was gravely agitated and grumpy, it is difficult to get restful sleep for us as it is but with painful headaches with jaw and neck tension it got worse. My suggestion is to discuss when this came about and possibly discover the trigger. Until then, I sincerely wish such pain to never darken amy of our doors.
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