People who use acute pain-relief medicine more than two or three times a week, or more than 10 days out of the month, can set off a cycle called medication-overuse headaches (MOH).
MigraPure's feverfew and ginger gel is non-drowsy, non-habit forming, and not associated with rebound headaches
The overuse of caffeine containing analgesics causes rebound headaches
, he added.
It can create what we call rebound headaches
," she said.
Those who regularly take painkillers to get relief from headaches may suffer from rebound headaches
and become dependent on pills.
Avoid painkillers more than one day a week as these can cause rebound headaches
Painkillers are fine occasionally but if you're prone to this sort of headache, it's best not to take them too regularly as this can cause rebound headaches
Chronic use (particularly daily) of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) or acetaminophen (alone or combined with caffeine) particularly daily, may lead to rebound headaches
that are similar to tension-type headaches in character.
are often seen in patients with recurrent or chronic headaches when over-the-counter analgesics are overused (Gunner & Smith, 2007).
says of a period when only one pain reliever dulled her migraines and then invariably triggered rebound headaches
a day or so later.
Frequently, stopping all medications for about two weeks or gradually reducing the dose until you're taking the drug no more than twice a week gets rid of rebound headaches
But simply popping a painkiller isn't always so simple, particularly when weighing the possible side effects, which include gastrointestinal upset, kidney and liver damage and rebound headaches
(head-aches caused by overuse of headache medications).