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a duty or responsibility that is a source of anxiety, worry, or hardship

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something or someone that causes anxiety

pain in the head caused by dilation of cerebral arteries or muscle contractions or a reaction to drugs

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Analysis of cranial artery pulse waves in patients with vascular headache of the migraine type.
Vascular headaches and cerebral circulation: an overview.
Vascular Headaches: The vascular headache is characterized by a throbbing pain which is often synchronized with the pulse, and can be serious and disabling.
The results of this study showed that iron tablets prescribed for the patients who suffered from the vascular headache and iron deficiency anemia significantly reduced in the number and the severity of the headache attacks at the end of the study.
Sumatriptan Succinate Injection is a vascular headache suppressant indicated for the acute treatment of migraine attacks with or without aura and the acute treatment of cluster headache episodes.
Medical history included chronic progressive headaches for six month previously diagnosed as vascular headache before this visit, without history of fever and any congenital or acquired immune deficiency.
Migraine is a very common type of vascular headache which recurs and can last for hours or even days, and can be accompanied by loss of appetite, nausea and vomiting, and intolerance to light and noise.
It is more accurate, though, to describe migraine as a vascular headache.
26] These findings are similar to those in the study that investigated a home-based biofeedback and relaxation treatment of vascular headache.
The reason the hot-towel treatment is effective is that tension headache is a vascular headache akin to a muscle cramp.
Lovshin(3) noted a high incidence of vascular headache in both family and personal histories before the onset of carotidynia.
So when chemotherapy patients in the group were concerned about nausea and vomiting, it was natural to offer a strategy similar to one I had used for the treatment of nausea related to migraine and vascular headache.
This can cause poor memory, lack of concentration, drowsiness and vascular headaches due to reaction of the blood vessels in the brain.
Let's begin by further clarifying the difference between musculoskeletal and vascular headaches (Table 1).