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Persistent mild headache
Hi Doctors, I have persistent mild headache for over 2 months. Headache location keeps changing but mostly at the sides of the eyes, forehead and top. No eye problem. I can sleep very well. But headaches are throughout the day. Physician prescribed Eliwel-10mg for 2 months. During these 2 months, i had headaches about 2 times a week. I have stopped the medicine now. Daily headaches are back but are milder than before. What do I do next? PS- I also have hypothyroidism and a week ago was tested Tsh just over 6. I remember having headaches when my tsh had shot up to very high levels. I am wondering if my headaches are due to thyroid and are not tension headaches.
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Hello. You are probably worrying too much about your head ache. You can have ginger juice half a spoon along with honey half a spoon twice daily on empty stomach. Use steam inhalation when required. You can practice suryanamaskar and nadi shuddhi pranayama. You can also approach an Ayurveda doctor to learn Pratimarsha Nasya using Anutaila. It will give very effectie result. Also make sure yoou have good food, devoid of over spices and timely food is essential.
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