Do you frequently get headaches
from tension or stress?
Tension (or stress) headaches are the most common form of headaches, accounting for up to 78% of all headache disorders.
These headaches are commonly described as steady non-throbbing and non-pulsing pain on both sides of the head, like constant band-like pain around the head, or like tightness or pressure around the forehead or back of the head and neck.
If you frequently get headaches like these, please consider participating in a clinical research study that is being conducted to assess the effectiveness of a new investigational over-the counter medication for headache sufferers.
To be considered a candidate for this study, you must:
- willingly agree to participate
- experience tension headaches frequently
- use over-the-counter medication in the past to treat your tension headaches
- be generally healthy
- be reasonably computer literate
The study doctor will make the final decision on your qualification. If you agree to participate, you will receive study medication and study-related medical care at no cost to you. You will also be reimbursed for your time and travel.
From start to finish, your participation in this study will last about 10 weeks. During this time, you will be required to:
- Visit the study site three times.
- Speak with the study nurse or doctor over the phone on at least four occasions.
- Keep track of headaches, treat headaches with study medication, rate the pain intensity of your headaches and, rate the pain relief of the study medication using an Electronic Diary.