Tag Archives: Pain

Paroxysmal Pressing Headache Examined as a New Headache Syndrome – Clinical Pain Advisor

According to a study published in Cephalalgia, paroxysmal pressing headache has been identified as a new headache syndrome marked by spontaneous attacks without accompaniments that last only a few minutes with pain located in 1 region of 1 side of the head, which can shift between episodes. The investigators of this prospective study sought to… Read More »

Managing pain after surgery

Surgery and pain pills used to go hand in hand. After all, you need a strong prescription pain medication to ensure you aren’t in pain after a procedure, right? Turns out not only is prescription pain medication not always needed, but often not advisable after surgery, because it can raise the risk of opioid addiction.… Read More »

Stomach bloating warning – the amount of water you should drink to avoid trapped wind pain

Stomach bloating is a very common condition that affects most people at some point in their lifetime, according to the NHS. It can make the stomach feel puffy, swollen, and generally uncomfortable. But, making some small dietary changes could help you to avoid feeling bloated. Regularly drinking enough water is an easy way to lower… Read More »