There is no cure for migraines; these headaches are generally a chronic condition. According to the Mayo Clinic, combine treatments and lifestyle adjustments to reduce the frequency and severity of migraines. More »

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Migraine headaches can be triggered by foods, food additives, drinks, stress, hormonal changes, sensory stimuli, changes in sleeping patterns and various physical factors, according to Mayo Clinic. Medical science knows ... More »

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According to Mayo Clinic, migraines can be treated using over-the-counter pain relievers, prescription medication, massage, meditation and caffeine. Other abortive treatments are designed to work during the migraine’s on... More »

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Frontal sinusitis, tension headaches and migraines are some of the most common causes of headaches affecting the frontal lobe area, as listed by Right Diagnosis. Other common causes include giant cell arteritis, hyperten... More »

Symptoms associated with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction include jaw pain, muscle pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, ongoing headaches and migraines, dizziness, ear pain, ear pressure, painful popping or clicking ... More »

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According to Healthgrades, the headaches commonly responsible for forehead pain include migraines and tension headaches. Other causes of forehead pain include eyestrain and withdrawal from alcohol or tobacco. Sudden fore... More »

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, ibuprofen can be an effective treatment for migraines and tension headaches. Some may find greater relief when caffeine and ibuprofen are taken together, especially if ... More »