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    An_206849 posted:
    I quite often wake up with a headache. I don't get one if I stay on the same sleep schedule (or as close to it as I can). Also I am allergic to dust mites so once I got a allergy free cover for my pillow they went away. Also, I sometimes wake up with a sore neck. I sleep with a small round back support pillow which supports my neck. With all of these I rarely have an AM headache. These all took alot of trial and error. Good Luck!
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Thank you, Anon_137081, for sharing what helped you get rid of your morning headaches. Like you said, it can take a bit of experimenting and perhaps some help from your doctor to discover the cause.

    Yours in health,

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