New York, NY (Vocus) April 22, 2010
Headaches are sometimes used as an excuse to dodge sex, but for many men and women, sex can actually trigger a headache. In fact, sex-related headaches bear relation to exertional headaches, headaches which occur with physical activity. World-renowned neurologist and headache expert Alexander Mauskop, MD will discuss this topic in an upcoming webinar sponsored by Dr. Mauskop’s Migralex™.
Sex-related headaches often come at the height of passion during sex or after an orgasm. Many people ignore this type of headache due to embarrassment, not realizing that it is a common occurrence among both males and females. However, not addressing the problem can be a major strain on one’s relationship. Finding a solution for sex-related headaches is the only way to resuscitate your sex life.
Exertional headaches occur during or after sustained, strenuous exercise. Ironically, keeping the body active and engaging in a regular exercise routine is recommended for headache sufferers. However, adhering to this recommendation occasionally creates a dilemma for the sufferer when exercise itself triggers headache pain. Activities that can precipitate exertion headaches include running, heavy lifting, or any other physical activity.
When a headache occurs for the first time, it can be due to a serious, life-threatening condition and urgent attention is needed.
People who frequently have migraines or other types of headaches are actually more prone to suffer from exertion and sex-related headaches. And, while both men and women suffer from exertional headaches at the same rate, men are actually more likely to experience sex-related headaches. So, when do you need to worry about these headaches and how can you avoid them?
In an upcoming webinar, world-renowned neurologist and founder of the New York Headache Center, Alexander Mauskop, MD, will teach you about sex-related and exertional headaches. You will learn:
- What are sex-related and exertional headaches
- Dangerous conditions which can trigger these headaches
- How to avoid sex-related and exertional headaches
- Treatments for these headaches
Register for Sex-Related and Exertional Headaches Webinar sponsored by Dr. Mauskop's Migralex™ taking place on Friday, May 14th at 2 p.m. Click here to Register.
About Alexander Mauskop, MD:
Alexander Mauskop, MD, is known as “America’s Headache Doctor.” He is a world-renowned neurologist, headache expert, author, founder and director of the New York Headache Center and creator of Dr. Mauskop’s Migralex™, the strongest combination medication for headaches available without a prescription. He is board-certified in Neurology and Headache Medicine and is an Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology at the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center.
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