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From migraine, weekends to orgasms: 14 types of headaches

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9 Qershor 2019

1. Pain in tension

The headache caused by tension is the most common. Feeling a constant pain or pressure around the scalp, especially in the back of the head and neck. Pains are not as strong as migraines and usually are not accompanied by vomiting and are treated with medications such as aspirin, abuprofen, acetaminophen etc.

2. Cluster Type Pain

Cluster type aches are most common in men and less in women. Headaches regularly repeat several times a day for some time periods and then relax for months or years. They feel pain on one side of the head, in the eye area, and are accompanied by a blocked nose. The cause of the pain is unknown and can be related to genetics. There is no cure, but only medications that reduce the duration and strength of the pain.

3. Pain from sinus infections

Your sneeze spreads during infections and causes headaches, coupled with fever, blocked nose. The pains feel in the front face of the face by touching the nose and the little forehead and the cheekbones.

4. The pains are begun

Excessive use of headache medications, like ironically, can cause headaches. The main reason is overload with medication that makes people increasingly "desperate" to seek more doses. For example, if you drink anti-headache medicines twice a week for 10 months in a row, then you are at risk of such pain in the future.

5. Migraine

Migraine pains are severe and three times more common in women than men. The cause is still unclear, but the genes play an important role. Symptoms of migraine include: pain on one side of the scalp, strong crunches, vomiting, sensitivity to light and high alert etc. Likewise, hormonal changes, stress and sleep also affect.

6. Pain due to tooth problems

In some circumstances, the teeth are related to headaches. Usually the bad jaw extension, the stress and the wrong attitude may affect the jaw, muscles and joints of the jaw.

7. Pains from caffeine

If you regularly drink coffee every day at 9 o'clock in the morning, but on Saturdays you are asleep in that hour, surely you will wake up with headaches. In this case you have two options: either drink coffee and the pain will pass, or endure, and later do not consume coffee until you become addicted.

8. Headaches from orgasm

These pains are rare and most common among young people, mostly boys. The moment after the orgasm is accompanied by headaches that can last several hours to a day. The causes of these pains are not known yet, but specialists advise you to visit your doctor if you happen often.

9. Headaches Early in the morning

If you wake up with headaches, there are several possible reasons why this is the case. One of them is migraine. Persons suffering from apnea (sleep disruption) also have chances of waking up with headaches. Likewise, if you wake up frequently with headaches then visit specialists as it may be a sign of a brain tumor.

10. "Ice Cream"

The brain freezes! Usually experienced when consuming juices and cold products during a hot summer day. People with migraines are also prone to experiencing this kind of pain. It is not serious and is thought to be caused by cold sensation in the mouth that increases blood circulation to one of the brainchilds. How to cure it? Take some ice cream or ice cream or eat something warm.

11. Chronic daily pain

If you have headaches at least 15 days a month for more than 3 months, you may be one of those who suffer from chronic daily headaches. It is mainly caused by excessive use of painkillers.

Menstrual Pains

Such pains usually occur 3 days before and 2 days after the onset of menstruation.

13. Headaches at the weekend

Some people experience headaches that appear predominantly at the weekend and are caused by overload. If the level of stress has been high during the week, weekend release can lead to headaches.

14. Emergency Pains

Some pains require urgent attention and it is a sudden and "explosive" headache, fever, extreme blood pressure increase, and headaches. Other symptoms include: eye problems, neck pain, dizziness, loss of sensation and weakness of the muscles.

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