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Why Do I Have Headaches Every Morning?

By    |   Friday, 12 Dec 2014 09:43 AM

Question: I wake up mostly every morning with a headache that I get rid of by taking one pain reliever. Is that normal or is it blood pressure?
 
Dr. Hibberd's answer:
 
It could be either, both or none. Morning headaches are normal from time to time, but daily awakening headache rings the sleep apnea tune to me as the most likely concerning condition.
 
Headaches from a structural disorder, migraine, or aneurism will not normally be relieved with one over-the-counter pill, but  since you did not tell me the medication, I cannot say much more.

Headache from hypertension is simple enough to diagnose with a simple home digital pressure cuff.
If you are not sure of the cause of your headache, see your doctor for evaluation to be sure nothing serious is being missed.

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Morning headaches are normal from time to time, but should be checked by a doctor if they strike every day.
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