A severe headache usually means that you have headaches every day.
If your own doctor has told you that there is not a serious cause, there are many things you can do to help yourself manage your headache.
Watch the video, or read the 6 Steps.
Here are the 6 steps from the Video:
Please take time to read through these important 6 steps.
It should be used alongside what your doctor has told you.
If you can follow these 6 steps there is a 50-75% chance that you will experience a reduction in pain.
Clinical research would support these steps as potentially helpful in most people with chronic severe headaches.You could follow notifications on my Google+ Profile. My profile will include updates and any new information that might be helpful for you.
note this website is not a substitute for proper medical care, it
should be used as a companion to your own doctors advice.
If you have symptoms that are different or are causing you concern you should discuss these with your doctor.
Get Back in Control.
Learn and Practise the 6 Steps.
The more time you can invest in understanding severe headache, the sooner you will start to feel in control.
If you follow these 6 steps, you can reassure yourself that you have taken all reasonable measures to look after your headaches.
What you read is based on years of experience. The information is backed up by medical research. In fact, it is what I tell my own patients.
Dr Raeburn B. Forbes MD(Hons) FRCP Ed FRCP Lond
Consultant Neurologist and Author of Severe-Headache-Expert
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