10 types of headaches

          The headaches that we all suffer from actually have many causes. Each cause has different treatments. Check and

         Headache is a common ailment that can happen to everyone. But have you ever noticed that Each headache has small differences that can be noticed.
1. Rebound headache
          * Symptoms:
          Headache almost every day. Especially after waking up The pain may be in the temple area or the entire head. As for the severity, it depends on each person’s symptoms.
          * Cause:
          Rebound headaches are caused by taking too many painkillers. Especially pain relievers such as acetaminophen. (Acetaminophen) or Tylenol, aspirin, and ibuprofen more than 2 times per week Including migraine medicine (Triptans) for more than 10 days per month. Which is when we take painkillers for a long time until the body gets used to it. The pain will be suppressed by the medicine. But once the effect of the drug in the body was gone The headache returns and symptoms appear again immediately.
          * How to treat
          this type of headache can only be done by consulting a doctor. So that the doctor can balance the amount of medicine in our body.
2. Tension headaches
          * Symptoms
          include a feeling of heavy pain at both temples. It’s like there’s pressure from within, but it’s not a throbbing pain. It may occur at a low, medium, and high level, or some people may feel pain in the neck, back, and shoulders as well. * The cause is
          from stress
          . Anxiety A feeling of pressure in something that causes the muscles in the body to contract. or even sitting and lying in the wrong position Using your eyes too much and even in rooms with extremely cold temperatures It causes the muscles around the neck to tighten and affect the brain. Can lead to headaches as well.
          * How to treat
          It can initially be treated with pain relievers such as Tylenol, aspirin, and ibuprofen. Or you can go for a massage to relax your muscles as well. However, the amount of painkillers to take should be advised by a doctor and pharmacist.
3. Headaches due to dental problems (Dental headache)

   * Headache symptoms

  • can be felt on both sides. or one side But the symptoms that can be observed are the pain as if there is something stuck in the head, pain around the eyeball, pain along the jawline and jawline. Some people may also have teeth grinding at night. and could feel the pain in his head when he touched his forehead with his hand. Also, when the mouth is opened, there may be a faint sound that can be heard.
          * Cause
          It is caused by abnormalities of the temporomandibular joint that cause abnormal bites. Until it causes the muscles that should be rested to have to work many times harder. Over time, fatigue signals become headaches.
          * Treatment method
          The only way to reduce headaches from this cause is to consult a dentist. So that the doctor can diagnose your abnormal condition and find a way to treat you further. This may require an x-ray of the jaw joint. and explore abnormalities of contact with the teeth that have problems.
4. Cluster Headache (Cluster Headache)

Symptoms

  • Each time the headache will last for a short period of time, approximately 5 minutes or up to 3 hours, but you will feel an excruciating headache, almost like you will die. And the pain will occur frequently but at certain times. and often have tears on one side and broken blood vessels in the eye Causes red eyes.

  * The cause

  • is due to an abnormality of the pineal gland and the nucleus (Nucleus) of the 5th brain nerve cell, which causes the hormone and neurotransmitter delivery system to be disrupted. Affects the automatic senses that control the functioning of the salivary glands, tear glands, and mucus to malfunction. Including the release of certain chemicals into the outer membrane of the brain (Dura), causing headaches later on.

How to treat

  • Cluster headaches can be treated and relieved using triptans or migraine medications. And you can inhale 10 liters of oxygen through an oxygen mask.
5. Migraine headaches (Migraine)

 * Symptoms

  • include a unilateral headache, severe pain. In severe cases, dizziness and vomiting may occur. Or some people may have a headache on both sides, but the pain is throbbing continuously for a long time. However, migraine headaches are a type of chronic headache disease.

* Causes

  • The causes of migraines are not yet known. But they tend to lean towards temporary abnormalities of the brain’s blood vessels and brain chemicals. which is also a result of the accumulation of stress eating behavior and insufficient rest for a long time as well.

* How to treat

  • Initially, you can take medicine to relieve pain. using painkillers such as acetaminophen Acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and Triptan or migraine medications However, you should seek treatment from a doctor in another way.

6. Headaches from caffeine (Caffeine headache)

* Symptoms

  • include a dull, heavy headache as if the body did not get enough rest. Some people may also experience dizziness. Or you feel pain in your eye socket all the time.

* Cause

  • : The name clearly indicates that the cause of the headache occurs because of the effect of caffeine. Which comes from the coffee that you like to drink, especially for those who drink more than 5 cups of coffee per day, this type of headache will come and threaten you soon. * How to treat it, besides taking

general painkillers

  • . Another way to relieve headaches is to reduce your caffeine intake. This means that you must gradually reduce your daily coffee intake to just 2 cups per day.

7. Orgasm headaches

* Symptoms:

  • Sudden sharp pain in the head. It usually occurs near orgasm or in some cases may cause pain before and after sex. Relationships can be It is more likely to occur in men than women. The pain can be constant for 1 hour to 1 day.

* Cause

  • : There is no clear evidence about the cause of this type of headache. But the noticeable thing is that the pain will automatically disappear. And it may not happen every time you have sex.

* How to treat it

  • because the cause of the symptoms is still not known. Initially, all you could do was take medicine to relieve the pain. And if you want to protect Medical experts also recommend taking painkillers 1-2 hours before intercourse. At the same time, try not to rush the rhythm of your movements too violently.

8. Early morning headaches

* Symptoms

  • include a throbbing headache every morning after waking up. Some people will feel heavy as if they can’t get up.

* Causes

  • The causes of the disease are quite widely discussed because it may be one of the signs of migraines, stress diseases, and headaches due to dental health problems. Or not getting enough rest.

* How to treat it

  • : The           best way is to observe your own symptoms clearly. If you have a headache for a long time, you must remember to tell your doctor. To provide information for doctors to make a more accurate diagnosis. And if you have severe pain Taking painkillers doesn’t help. You may need to undergo a brain scan to find out if there is a brain tumor.

10 types of headaches

* Symptoms

  • Sinusitis headaches are so similar to common colds and migraine headaches that they’re almost indistinguishable. But for people who already have sinus disease, they may have guessed that You yourself probably have a headache from the effects of sinusitis. Which most people will feel a slight pain in the forehead area. The eyes are hot. It has spread all the way to the cheekbones.

* The cause

  • is caused by inflammation in the nasal membrane area. This affects the muscles in that part to contract and may cause you to feel a headache.

* How to treat it

  • : Usually, if the sinus disease is treated, it will be cured normally. The headache will disappear at the same time. or some cases where sinus symptoms are not severe The body will be able to heal itself without relying on any medicine.

10. Headache from drinking very cold food (Ice cream headache)

  •           *           A sudden sharp pain in the brain when eating very cold food, such as ice cream or ice cold water .
  • Most often they feel a sharp pain in their temples. Or some people may have pain all over their head. And in migraine patients, pain can be felt faster and more intensely than in normal people.

* Cause:

  •           Our body has an automatic defense mechanism against foreign objects. Eating very cold ice cream while the body is warm is no exception. So when we eat very cold ice cream, The blood vessels in the palate will immediately react. To prevent extreme cold from affecting the brain It causes the blood vessels connected directly to the brain to pump blood so quickly that it causes sharp pain in the brain.

* How to treat it

  •           Initially, stop eating ice cream first. Then drink warm water to relax the constricted blood vessels. Also, slowly eat the ice cream and leave the ice cream on your tongue for a while to allow your body to adjust its temperature first. which can help relieve and prevent headaches as well.

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