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What are the reasons for waking up in the morning with headache? Is it a sleeping disorder or it a common symptom occurs in most of the people? Please explain me the reasons and ways to get rid of this problem?
I could be many things, I think if you are having this problem regularly you should go to your doctor. I used to get headaches when I woke up in the morning and it was because of a new medication that I had been prescribed. You could be dehydrated perhaps. I think it's too broad a question for a forum to answer though, I would suggest seeing your doctor.
Sometimes, I had headaches when my sleeping session is too short. It vanishes completely after taking another nap. Do you have regular adequate sleeps? Are you changing your habits? Is your bed time consistent?. Did you experienced insomnia recently? If you suspect sleep disorder, then I suggest to go see a specialist doctor right away.
It can be many of reasons. Maybe you're not drinking enough water, the way you are sleeping, your body over heats while you sleep, over sleeping, or not getting enough sleep? Or it can be something much more serious. I highly suggest seeking medical attention.
Headache in the morning is symptomatic of a poor sleeping position. If you sleep in a poor posture, blood flow is restricted to the head resulting in headaches in the morning. Other causes could be unresolved issues which you went to bed with. These are stored in the subconscious and have a way of bombarding your conscious mind precipitating psychosomatic disorders.
Headache in the morning is symptomatic of a poor sleeping position. If you sleep in a poor posture, blood flow is restricted to the head resulting in headaches in the morning. Other causes could be unresolved issues which you went to bed with. These are stored in the subconscious and have a way of bombarding your conscious mind precipitating psychosomatic disorders. Taking a strong beverage before sleeping or food that is difficutlt to digest could be other factors.
You might just be dehydrated generally, and that could cause the symptoms to show up over time. Headaches are a really common sign that comes with dehydration, so maybe look up some of the other symptoms and see if you match?
There's a few reasons this could happen. It could be the side affect of a medication you're taking, it could be allergies, it could be a cold, there's really a lot of possibilities at play here. If it's something that really worries you, you could take headache medication. If you're REALLY worried, you could visit a doctor and have them check you out. Of course smaller side effects could always have big problems hiding behind them, so sometimes it's better safe than sorry.
I wake up from sleep with headaches a few times a month. I was told by my doctor that it could be from sleep apnea and the lack of oxygen my brain is getting. However, I do not have insurance that will cover the sleep study to determine whether I have this condition or not. So I have to put that on the back burner. I have noticed that since I am not under as much stress I wake up with headaches less frequently so maybe I am getting better sleep at night due to less stress. I would definitely talk to your doctor though and see what could be causing your headaches.
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