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What to know about positional headaches

A positional headache is a type of headache that usually occurs when sitting or standing up and goes away fairly shortly after lying down. Positional headaches are also known as orthostatic, postural, and low pressure headaches. Leaks of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) are often the cause of positional headaches, but several other conditions can cause them.… Read More »

Why anxiety often accompanies balance disorders, and what to do about it

When you live with a health condition that affects your balance, you likely know what it’s like to live with anxiety—possibly even panic attacks, too. Chronic vertigo, dizziness, and disequilibrium are often caused by vestibular disorders and tend to go hand in hand with anxiety, making an already challenging health problem much more difficult to… Read More »