The pain in any region of the head is a headache. Headaches may occur on one or both sides of the head, or be isolated to a particular place.
may appear suddenly or gradually, and can come feel as sharp, sharp pain or dull pain, and may last less than one hour or until a few days.
However, it is important to know what types of headaches are dangerous and indicate that you should visit a doctor, and which are harmless.
Here below are some cases of migraines and unusual properties are presented:
- Along with the headache, suffers confusion, memory loss, difficulty limbs moving and loss of balance
- When headaches occur with fever, nausea or vomiting, are not related to other health problems
- the headaches that develop after 50 years
- If the frequency, location and severity of the headaches often changes
- the worst headache ever experienced
- headache related to lack breath
- Accompanied by seizures
- if your migraines limit their ability to work and participate in daily activities
- When your headaches get worse every day
- constitutes an obstacle to vision and speech
- If you experience headaches after activities like sex, weight lifting or running
the following are some types of headaches that require attention and should not be ignored:
1. migraine- Morning headache that worsens after rising
This condition is called “a migraine tomorrow.” However, you should take care seriously because it can be a sign of brain tumor. However, Casilda Balmaceda, M. D., assistant professor of neurology at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons of New York City found that only 8% of people suffering from brain tumors have migraine morning.
2. Post-Traumatic Headache headache- after an injury / damage
These headaches often result in loss of consciousness, so it is necessary immediate restoration treatment. The brain can be damaged and the skull can be pressed by only a small head injury.
3. cerebral sudden pain
An aneurysm is a bulge or “ballooning” in the wall of an artery. Cerebral aneurysms usually result in a subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH). It is defined as bleeding in the subarachnoid space and can cause death.
Symptoms occur when blood leaks into the space around the brain and can be in various forms, such as dilated pupils, blurred or double vision, pain above and behind the eyes, weakness and numbness, localized headache, difficulty speaking.
4. cerebral pain worst of his life
migraine includes severe torment in the upper neck and head when lying still, the neck hardened, not be able to withstand light, perplexity, etc. it is also accompanied by nausea, vomiting, dizziness vision problems. It is advisable to consult your doctor if symptoms do not go away during the day.
5. Thunder head pain
thunderclap headache is associated with many health problems, including subarachnoid hemorrhage. It is a pain, sudden severe headache, it takes a few seconds to minutes to reach maximum intensity.