Monday, August 8, 2016

Types of Dangerous Headaches That You Should Be Aware of!

     Cephalalgia, also known as Headache is the symptom of pain which is anywhere in the part or area of the head or the neck. It normally occurs in migraines, tension-type headaches, and cluster headaches. Having a frequent headache can affect a lot of things such as your daily life, and health. Having a severe headache can also increase the risk of depression. It is important to know the types of headaches that there has, and some of it can be quite dangerous

These are the types of headaches that can be quite dangerous and these are:

1. Thunderclap headache

An unexpected burst of headache that onsets for at least 60 seconds. The sudden pain can sometimes be intolerable and it also can be a sign of hemorrhage in our brain.

2. Mating or exercise-caused headaches

This is very dangerous symptoms. It is usually a sign of a brain aneurysm or what so called, tumor.

3. Blurry vision plus headache

This type of headache can be a warning sign of stroke.

4. Recurring headaches

If you are experiencing a headache that appears everyday, you should go visit the hospital and seek for a medical help.

5. Experiencing headaches 50 years old and above

People who are 50 years old and above who experiencing headaches should take note, it can indicate atherosclerotic changes in the brain's large arteries.

6. Headache after having injury

A symptoms of concussion includes dizziness and mental confusion, particularly after contact-related head injuries.

7. Cluster headache

If you're experiencing headache that persists on only one eye, it is called a cluster headache. This type of headache is normally accompanied with vomiting or nauseating.

8. Meningitis headache

Symptoms of meningitis headache include a stiff neck and fever accompanied with headaches. Go visit the hospital immediately when you are having this symptoms.

9. Headache worsening after 24 hours

This sign of headache can lead to stroke. If you're headache gets worst and persists after a day or more, go visit the hospital and seek for a medical check up.