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Adverse Childhood Experiences and Frequent Headach


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The number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) showed a graded relationship to frequent headaches in adults. Future studies should examine general populations with headache, and carefully classify them. A better understanding of the link between ACEs and migraine may lead to new knowledge regarding pathophysiology and enhanced additional therapies for headache patients.


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i always complained of headache when i was younger before i had ch, mostly allergy related from hat i remember, or maybe it was ch and confused with allergy symptoms

my mother told me i used to wake up in the middle of the night just screaming and crying and hide under my bed in tears for hours at a time, tho i dont remember this, perhaps a precursor to the ch i have today,

or just a bad dream perhaps, apparently i used to dream there was a shark in my little kiddie swimming pool lol


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Another semi-quote from The Shawshank Redemption:

"Seems like bad luck just floats around...and sometimes it lands on you."

another one you ask?


"Pressure and time. That is what geology is, the study of pressure and time."

Prison is pressure and time. CH is pressure and time.

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