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The Complete Guide to Headache Types, Causes and Treatments
Did you know that millions of dollars go towards pain medication every year to help ease headaches? Actually the has classified over 200 different types of headaches.
Studies have shown that approximately two-thirds of the worldwide population suffer from headaches and unfortunately for about one-fifth of the population, these headaches can be both extremely painful and recurrent.
What is a headache?
A Headache is defined as pain coming from the. The pain can vary from being sharp, dull, throbbing, or intermittent,
Within the brain itself there are no pain fibres at all. This means that the brain actually doesn’t feel pain at all.
The pain that you feel actually comes from the tissues that surround, cover and supply the brain.
So Actually What Causes Headaches?
Headache causes range from a simple biomechanical issues which will respond excellently when spinal function is restored to life-threatening condition that require emergency care.
Understanding the many causes of headaches and their differences is essential to gaining an accurate diagnosis and treatment for your headaches.
There Are two major categories of headache:
- Primary headaches;
- Secondary headaches;
A primary headache is caused by problems involving
- the functioning of your cervical spine
- the muscles of your head and neck spasming
- the chemical activity in your brain,
- The functioning of the nerves and blood vessels around your brain
Most of these headaches are mild, infrequent and resolve relatively quickly. Unfortunately, in very severe cases, they can be very debilitating and severely reduce your quality of life.
Unfortunately X-rays, CT-scans and MRI’s will not help diagnose nearly all of the primary headaches. While problems such as spinal degeneration can be detected, you can suffer headaches with or without some abnormal findings on X-rays or scans. Likewise, having abnormalities detected on a scan do not guarantee that you will have headaches.
Sometimes you can suffer from more than one type of primary headache or migraine and they can overlap. For example, a neck headache can cause increases in muscular tension and blood pressure giving you both neck tension headaches and a migraine at the same time.
The most important thing is that they are not a symptom of an underlying disease. Other life threatening conditions such as stroke can easily be misdiagnosed as a primary headache which is why an accurate diagnosis is so important.
Neck (vertebrogenic) headaches
These are one of the most common form of headache. They originate the structures in the neck and the pain is generally described as a dull, constant ache on one or both sides of their head.
The pain will often start in the upper neck and spread to the top or side of the head and behind the eyes. These headaches usually last anywhere from a couple of hours to days or weeks.
The major cause of these headaches is a loss of normal functioning of the spine leading spinal joint dysfunction and irritation of the nerves and other tissues in the neck. These changes are often associated with traumas such as Whiplash, poor posture or physical stresses such as a poor .
This type of headache responds exceptionally well to .
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