Saturday, 23 March 2013

My Head Hurts - Causes and Treatment

A headache is pain that occurs in the head and upper neck region of the body. It can affect a small portion of the head, such as the eyes or temples, or it can affect the entire head. The pain may be sharp or dull, and may come along with a variety of other symptoms like light sensitivity or nausea. Whatever the specifics may be, headaches are extremely common.

Headache symptoms can vary between different people, but there are three main types:
- Tension Headache
- Migraine Headaches
- Cluster Headaches 

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  • Tension headaches are the most common type of primary headache. Up to 90% of adults have had or will have tension headaches. Tension headaches occur more commonly among women than men.
    Tension headaches are not uncommon with today’s adult population considering the fast pace of living we experience today. They can feel like your head is being squeezed by a vise,
    Such headaches can be experienced as a constant pain and others come and go over time. You can feel the pressure or pain on the top of the head, the forehead and/or the sides of the head.
    Tension headaches can also cause pain in the neck and base of the head. Headaches can last 30 minutes or longer. They tend to come more frequently in mid-day, can vary in the threshold of pain throughout the day, or be experienced during the entire day. People who experience these headaches are still usually able to do their daily work and activities.
    Stress and tension headaches can become a chronic condition, lasting up to 90 days and occurring more than 15 days each month.
  • Migraine headaches are the second most common type of primary headache. An estimated 28 million people in the United States (about 12% of the population) will experience a migraine headache. Migraine headaches affect children as well as adults. Before puberty, boys and girls are affected equally by migraine headaches, but after puberty, more women than men are affected.
    Migraines are extremely painful, recurring headaches that are sometimes accompanied by other symptoms such as visual disturbances -- seeing an aura -- or nausea. There are two types of migraine -- migraine with aura, formerly called common migraines, and migraine without aura, formerly called classic migraines.
    If you have a migraine with aura, you may see things such as stars or zigzag lines or have a temporary blind spot about 30 minutes before the headache starts. Even if you don't experience an aura, you may have other warning signs in the period before the headaches starts, such as a craving for sweets, thirst, sleepiness, or depression.

  • Cluster headaches Cluster headaches consist of attacks of severe one-sided pain in the head. It is sometimes called migrainous neuralgia. Each attack develops suddenly, usually without any warning. Typically, you feel the pain mainly in or around one eye or temple. The pain may spread to other areas on the same side of the head. The pain is sometimes described as burning or boring. Each attack lasts 15-180 minutes, but most commonly 45-90 minutes. Attacks may occur from once every two days to eight times a day. Cluster headache are a rare type of primary headache affecting 0.1% of the population (1 in a 1,000 people). It more commonly affects men in their late 20s though women and children can also suffer these types of headache
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Headache Cause:
The causes of tension headaches can vary, but most common is tight muscles within the upper back, neck and base of the skull. This tightness can be a result of anxiety, defective posture, sleeping in a position that bends the neck, overexertion, fatigue, fearful thoughts about potential future events or circumstances, low self esteem, lack of sleep, encounters with others that generate negative emotions, unfulfilled expectations, unsatisfying relationships and lack of close positive relationships, and separation from loved ones. Chronic headaches can occasionally be traced to over- or under-treatment of a primary headache.
Other lifestyle causes include smoking, overindulging in drugs or alcohol, sinus infections, and withdrawal from nicotine or caffeine.

Headache Treatment:
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