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How to handle a headache

Intermittent tension-type headaches may seem like a consequence of everyday life. Yet you can minimize and even prevent them. Compared to migraines, tension-type headaches are a mere annoyance. They tend to be relatively mild and usually arenít accompanied by nausea or oversensitivity to light or sounds. Yet they can occasionally disrupt your day, making it difficult to concentrate on work or enjoy leisure pastimes. …

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