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Reoccurring headaches

I have a question about reoccurring headaches. I am trying to help my husband. My husband has frequent reoccurring headaches that happen randomly. I looked on here and it says sepia can help with the headache. Are there any preventative things he can do before the onset of the headache? They are crippling and we would like to try and prevent them before he gets them.

there are a couple of things we have found that make them worst:
barometric change
low amounts of caffeine
anxiety attacks

34 yr male
Diesel mechanic
Headaches happen randomly
Headache characteristics: sharp pain top of head, eyes feeling like going to explode from head, gets runny nose from pressure (not a sinus headache)
Sensitivity to light
[Edited by Fraidirdio on 2022-08-03 12:21:46]
  Fraidirdio on 2022-08-02
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
This information is not enough you have to post
Age ,
Any other health issues
Since when he is feeling these
What are the triggers
What is job he does? Does it involve too much of reading (excessive use of eyes )
When does this pain occur, time of the day of is it through out
How frequent is the pain is it every day or does it have a cycle repeating everything few days
How is his sleep ?
What is the character of the pain ? Like head would burst or is being compressed
Cactus G 200, 05 drops in water or 04 pills once a day for th three four days
Kaps 5 months ago

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