Medication overuse headache

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__ caused by the overuse of drugs (more than 3 times weekly) to treat headache. While the medication may help to relieve the headaches temporarily, over time the underlying headache becomes worse and occurs more frequently, creating a vicious cycle of medication use and head pain. The pain improves when the medication is stopped.

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