... My name is Tori. I am 19 years old. When I was around 8 years old, I would get headaches every now and then. They seemed pretty normal at first, but over time they have gotten worse. ... (1 replies)
... they are described as the most painful headache. These usually happen at night, and wake you up out of a dead sleep. When I get these, they come in "clusters", hence the name. You can get them every couple of months, with a period of remission. ... (2 replies)
... I have found that when I wake up with a headache, it usually turns into a migraine by the end of the day. Lately, however, it has been happening alot. ... (7 replies)
... at bedtime, this lasts over 8 hours, so when you wake, this should still be working when you wake. ... (11 replies)
... I'm not sure how old any of you are, but just something to consider. Before I got my migraines under control, I always always always woke up with them. The only time I would get one after I woke up is if some sort of fumes triggered them, which was usually cleaning products. ... (7 replies)
... The headaches that you wake with are the WORST! Its so hard to get rid of them. ... (7 replies)
... Yeah I have that same problem. It sucks waking up with a headache. It doesn't establish much hope for the rest of the day. All I can say is take Relpax or something at the start of the migraine. ... (7 replies)
... I have seen many threads saying people have headache on waking up early in the morning.But my case is little different from these. ... (0 replies)
... if you take medication every day to treat headache pain, then it's possible that your body goes through withdrawls when you sleep. ... (11 replies)
... Most people who wake up every day with a headache for years don't have anything insidious or rare. What it usually is from is rebound headaches. ... (11 replies)
... I feel your pain and I wish I had the answer. I think it's been even longer than 5 years for me. Every single day without fail, I wake up with a headache and I pop 2 Excedrin in my mouth. It's become like breathing to me. ... (11 replies)
... oobie 566,
You are not alone, I will be interested as well to see what others reply to on your question. I too, wake up with a headache every single morning, normally around 2:30 or 3:00 am, can almost set my clock to them. I have had them many years.
This is a good message board, so good luck !
Doug (11 replies)
... For the past 5 years,I've been waking up with a headache. Sometimes,they wake me up out of my sleep. ... (11 replies)
... You are right about that! You just have be careful though about how much and how often you use it. I was told never to use it for more than three days in a row or more than three times a day while I am using it. ... (7 replies)
... waking up with chronic headaches that seems to grow in intensity as the day goes on...I've tried everything under the sun from Neurotin to various narco's... ... (11 replies)
... lped me I don't know who it was because I can't find them on here this thread is so confusing to me, but anyhow I kept having headaches everything day especially when I woke up been having them for years no doctor could help me just kept giving me different meds with terrible side effects. Had a CT and an MRI nothing found. ... (6 replies)
... but i do treat it. I assumed it was stress or allergy related. So many of my friends have this complaint too. I am watching them and what they do. Two are on headache meds from doctors, but it seems they still get them anyway. I am sitting here thinking what to do and just reading these posts. ... (11 replies)
... It could be that you are lacking certain vitamins in your diet,or that your not drinking enough water. ... (11 replies)
... Headaches can really be so many things and stress can cause so many more things! Fatigue as well as stress can bring on headaches, and it doesn't need to be when you wake up. ... (4 replies)
... Much morning pain for many years until I started flowing saline through my sinuses after waking. Using body temp saline I hardly feel a thing and it doesn't choke me. More comfortabe than I thought it would be on being told to do it by my ENT. Pretty much instant relief, and I can BREATHE! Such a simply thing to end my decades of misery and drugs.
Afrin and other... (7 replies)