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Medication Overuse Headaches – Recurring Migraines

MIGRAINE PAIN CAN BE SO DEBILITATING – FOR SOME, JUST WAITING FOR IT TO GO AWAY IS NOT AN OPTION At least 30 million people in the U.S. alone suffer from migraine headaches.  For those who have chronic migraines (pain 15 days a month or more), the pain can be so debilitating that just waiting for it to go away, is not an option. So those sufferers resort to either over the counter pain medications like Excedrin Migraine or prescription medications like...
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Returning Migraine? | Medication Overuse Headaches (MOH)

Overuse of over-the-counter pain medications or prescription migraine drugs can lead to a vicious cycle of misery known as Rebound Headaches or Medication Overuse Headaches. Prevention is an alternative to a lifetime of treating the pain and other migraine headache symptoms.
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Stopping Rebound Headaches from Prescription Drugs

Rebound Headaches? Medication Overuse (MOH) is a common cause of recurring migraine headaches. Withdrawing from prescription or over-the-counter (OTC) drugs is important to recovering. MigreLief the natural migraine prevention supplement can be a useful tool for weaning off of migraine drugs and lowering the frequency and severity of migraines going forward.
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[Study] Risks of Taking Pain Killers For Migraines

Prescription pain killers such as Vicodin (hydrocodone) OxyContin (oxycodone), Opana (oxymorphone) and methadone can cause significant rebound headaches in chronic migraineurs who use these drugs. The over-use of these drugs is alarming. There were enough prescriptions written for these drugs in 2010 to medicate every adult in America, around the clock for a month. The drug companies are laughing all the way to the bank. In 1999, 4000 deaths due to these drugs were reported. Just 9 years later that...
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