When are morning headaches serious?

It's a good idea to consult a doctor if you're not getting any relief from your headaches, even if you don't think there may be an

underlying illness - especially after attempting lifestyle modifications. In addition to trying to rule out any additional factors, such as

medication, nutrition, or strained muscles, a healthcare professional can provide some more therapy alternatives. In the event that your

physician determines that your headaches might be caused by bruxism, sleep apnea, or insomnia,

 you could require additional therapy to address the underlying issue. Make an appointment 

 to discuss your options if you get morning headaches three or more times a week. 

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