The pains are most common headaches are likely caused by tight, contracted muscles in your shoulders, neck, scalp and jaw. These are called tension headaches. These headaches are often related to stress, depression or anxiety.
The Overworking, not getting enough sleep, missing meals, and using alcohol or street drugs can make you more susceptible to them. Similarly, the headaches may be triggered by:
Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
People who drink caffeine can have headaches when they do not get their usual daily amount.
Other common causes include:
Clenching or grinding teeth
Keep your head in one position for a long time, like at a computer, microscope, or typewriter
Poor sleep position
Tension headaches tend to be on both sides of the head. They often start at the back of the head and spread forward. The pain may feel dull or squeezing, like a tight band or vice. It is possible that pain and stiffness in the shoulders, neck and jaw sits. The pain is usually persistent, but not aggravated by activity.
Migraines are severe headaches that usually occur with other symptoms such as visual disturbances or nausea. The pain can be described as throbbing, pounding, or pulsating. It tends to begin on one side of the head, although it may spread to both sides.
You may have an "aura" (a group of warning symptoms that start before your headache). The pain usually gets worse as you try to move from one place to another. For information about this type of headache, see: migraine .
Other types of headaches:
Headaches : acute headaches are extremely painful and tend to occur several times a day for months and then go away for a similar period. They are much less common than other types of headaches.
Sinus headaches cause pain in the front of the head and face. This type of headache is due to inflammation in the sinus passages that lie behind the cheeks, nose and eyes. The pain tends to be worse when you bend forward and when you wake up in the morning. With this type of headache, usually occurs post-nasal drip , sore throat and runny nose.
Headaches may occur if you have a cold, flu, fever, or premenstrual syndrome.
If you are over 50 and are experiencing headaches for the first time, may prove to be the cause of a condition called temporal arteritis , symptoms include: impaired vision and pain aggravated by chewing. There is also the risk of going blind from this disease, so it should be treated immediately.
Among the rare causes of headache are:
Cerebral aneurysm : a weakening of the wall of a blood vessel that can rupture and bleed into the brain.
Brain infection like meningitis or encephalitis
Stroke or transient ischemic attack
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