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Headache, stress, neck sore. How to get rid off it?

Hi, I just started a new job and its been unreal stressful and not getting enough sleep, starring hours at a computer and very fast paced.. I get headaches every since I started my new job. Headaches get so bad I threw up.. and seems like advil , sinus medication etc is not helping... I ve tried oregano oil and symptoms went away temporary.. but I seem to catch up on my days off with sleep.. but I am still nautious, tired and headachy... my neck is so sore lately as well... I went for a massage and it is defiently out of wack... and I m wondering if my neck is causing me to feel this way... and the stress combined? Please help me thankyou!
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Hi there, thanks for asking. Headaches which are migraine can happen with sleep deprivation. For people who have this kind of headache is better to have a regular sleep pattern. However. if you ask your doctor, he can give you a medication to abort the headache when it happens or give a medication to use regularly to prevent the headaches. I wish you a good health.
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