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  1. Wang J, Xu W, Sun S, Yu S, Fan L. Headache disorder and the risk of dementia: a systematic review and meta-analysis of cohort studies [published online October 11, ]. J Headache Pain. doi:
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  6. Jul 18,  · But we were never told that the headaches were a symptom of the dementia, so I think it is worth going back to the gp and seeing if they can do more to help. P. Philbo Registered User. Feb 28, Kent. Jul 18, #9.
  7. Jul 02,  · A headache is a pain or discomfort in the head, scalp, or neck.. Common types of headaches include tension headaches, migraine or cluster headaches, sinus headaches, and headaches that begin in your resjobclirensdoforgebarfpratovafge.coinfo may have a mild headache with a cold, the flu, or other viral illnesses when you also have a low fever.. Some headaches are a sign of a more serious problem .
  8. Apr 09,  · The degree of dementia showed a significant relation with the headache; 30% of pre-dementia subjects and 16% of dementia subjects had headaches. Trauma to the brain is known to cause chronic pain. Patients with mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) are known to have higher prevalence of chronic pain than those with moderate to severe TBI [ 23 ].
  9. Individuals with dementia have a higher rate of headaches, weakness and numbing, seizures, Parkinson disease, and other vascular and movement disorders than those who do not have dementia, according to a new study. “[These findings imply] that physicians may increase the recognition of dementia by screening patients who present with such problems,” the researchers wrote.

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