What Causes Intermitent Frontier Headache: Could it be Related to Menstrual Cessation?

in health •  4 months ago

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Intermittent frontal lobe headache is a mild or severe headache usually felt in the forehead. Such headaches are commonly associated with stress. However, chronic frontal headache can be triggered by allergies, insomnia, alcohol, and also by certain foods and other factors. Hormone-related headache is possible. However, I would advise anyone feeling the slightest persistent headache to see his or her doctor.

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