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So I've got a headache and took some ibrprofen and it has taken the edge off it a bit but it's still there. It's on one side around my right eye and goes to the back of my head at the bottom. But of course my anxiety is making me worry. Normally I'd say it's just a headache but today I'm thinking its other people things like I'm gonna have a hemorrage or go crazy I don't know. Especially as the tablets didn't make it go away. Hate anxiety so much!

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    Food allergy or even blood pressure at that moment. Some say stress from the neck shoulder area. If its muscular or a strain motrin would ease it a bit. If it blood pressure you need to lower it by relaxing or taking a walk or rehydrating, but do something besides negative thoughts. A food allergy will pass in about three days to leave your body usually. If you have a lot of carbs in your diet, change this. Eat simplier and healthy without caffienne or sadas for a week and keep a log. Really could ve food related. Aches are unflamatory responses in the body. Nsaid are useful in moderation only otherwise you get rebound headaches as well. But absolutely yes i have gotten very weird headaches. 
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    Hello Sarah, Poor you there is nothing worse than a headache. We are all different with ourselves. Ok have you got Lavender oil in the house?A few drops on your pillow & on your index finger gently rub the temples.!! Get into bed and shut the curtains . Also keep drinking Juice or water. in any chemist you can get cool head strips that I use they are magic. !! Hope you feel better soon regards Amanda
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