Migraines

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Does anyone else stress and gave anxiety so bad it creates throbbing headaches?? And I'd this a normal symptom? Feeling worried 😔

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    Of course. All this anxiety is exhausting! Its a constant stress. Keep hydrated and try and eat healthy it does helo and walk. For some reason walk about really does wonders. 
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      Take a good b comolex multivitamin too. Very good for migranes and the nerves. In addition you can get b12 drops or dissolvable tabs and you out it under your tongue..follow the directions. Be very very sure to drink lots of water daily.  Dehydration is one of made cause if headaches. 
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      Its a mix of b complex, b12 under the tongue, magnesium citrate. Taken daily... Helpful Foods..juiced celery one bunch a day highly helpful but need a juicer. Otherwise pears, papayas, celery, ginger, potatoes are good foods to eat regularly. All foods high in magnesium will be good too. In an emergency you can actually try a can of diet coke with advil, but just know the nsaids rebound effects are headaches too.and if you have anxiety the caffiene will probably not be good for the anxiety aspect. But we all have those moments where you need relief from the migrane too,
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    I get alot of head feelings like something is moving in my head , and like these prickly tingling feelings , and like burning sensation , and cooling sensation and sharp shooting pains, and like a tight band is around my head , and soreness in certain areas, and pulsating or throbbing and stiff neck. And trembling shaky feelings , so to answer your question yes I do , and I can't stand it , it drives me crazy and makes me cry and sad man !!
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    Yes! I didn't realize that was a common symptom, either; actual head pains and not just weird "sensations." I've been getting sharp pains in my forehead and around my temple, and I've been getting these migraine pains that focus on one side of my head (sometimes reaching my forehead).
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    My problem is when j get these awful headaches I always get scared I'm going to have a stroke. It's my worst fear. Or that somethings is going to pop in my head. Im only 19 years old 😔
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      I know how you feel emma , this ise everyday , struggling with these headaches and weird head sensations , it makes you very scared that something is happening inside our heads , but I've been checked by the doctors and had many many test done and they saw nothing going on in my head, they told me its all in my mind and that the mind is a powerful things it can make you feel I like things are real and make you also feel physical symptoms to confirm what we are thinking when actually nothing is really really wrong with us
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      If you went to the doctor, no mention of anxiety at all. It will deter the doctor from giving you a referral. Especially if you live in th UK.  just note the migranes and stay on the tooic of headaches...maybe you can get a nuero referral.
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      everything that hapoens to you isnt steictly anxiety related. Without a doubt headaches and mogranes are related to anxiety but allergies play a role some of this as well. Top of the head, scalp feeling sore thats allergy related.  
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