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Drug-induced Headaches

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Alcohol, caffeine(N) (though small amounts of caffeine(N) can relieve a Headache), and other drugs like amphetamines, cocaine, and marijuana can induce Headaches.
Withdrawal after habitual use of coffee, tea and all other drugs and medications -- especially pain(N) killers and even OTC (over-the-counter) Headache medications -- can lead to substance withdrawal Headaches.
Analgesic and other pain(N)killers (such as Excedrin or Tylenol), if taken more frequently than twice a week, can lead to a condition known as an "analgesic rebound Headache". These Headaches develop over time and become more apparent when:
  • the user takes more and more medication, but the Headaches continue to get worse.
  • the medications appear to be less effective.
  • the user notices that their Headache is worse three to four hours after taking the medication.
  • the user's routine medications no longer work well for them.
  • the user has to take their medication to avoid severe pain(N) .
  • the user is taking more medication, and still getting no (or less) relief.

  • Headaches - general
  • Migraine Headaches
  • Tension Headaches
  • Cluster Headaches
  • Ophthalmoplegic Migraine
  • Stroke
  • Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
  • Headaches due to Brain Tumor
  • Brain Aneurysm
  • Headaches due to brain hemorrhage or aneurysm
  • Headaches due to post-traumatic injuries or Concussion(P)
  • sinus infection or Sinusitis
  • Headaches due to sinus infections
  • Headaches due to changes in intracranial pressure(N)
  • Meningitis
  • Shingles
  • Temporal Arteritis

  • more about Drug-induced Headaches

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