Stress Headache – Knowing The Stress Headache

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Stress headache may be categorized into two; episodic basis and chronic basis where episodic basis describes headaches that occur under 15 days per month whereas chronic basis happens when the headaches occur for longer than 15 times monthly or even daily. There are many stress headache symptoms to take a look out to as they may eventually cause adverse negative effects. Examples of symptoms that could occur for this reason kind of headaches include pain that begins at the back of the head as well as the upper neck which may be described as band-like tightness as well as pressure. Stress headache symptoms include feeling fat loss or band circling around the whole back of your respective head. As such, unlike other sorts of headaches, you will find that the pain just isn’t concentrated on anyone area. Instead, it will be spread around the whole of your head. Sometimes, you might even feel a little poking sensation around your eyebrows or perhaps tautness right down to your neck. Additionally, Stress headache are not shipped with side effects. Other types of headache could be accompanied with symptoms for example dizziness, vomiting or nausea. While you’ll find those who only experience Stress […]

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Posted by p1np1n - August 19, 2012 at 4:38 am

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Different Types of Headaches in Children

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Children who suffer from sinus infections, colds, or allergies may develop sinus headaches children. This kind of headaches typically is characterized by headaches in children forehead and pain around the nose and eyes. Typically, children experience similar types of headaches that occur in adults, although the symptoms of headaches in children may be different. For instance, migraine in adult always affects only one side of head while migraine in children sometimes affects both side of head. In addition, the symptoms of headaches in toddlers are also not always meet full criteria for specific type of headache, so it is quite difficult to determine the specific type of headache, especially in younger children who are not able to describe their symptoms adequately. Headache is a common problem in children. It occurs up to 90% of school age children. It may be more frequent as children getting older. Headaches in children can be resulted from various causes. The most common cause of headache in children include upper respiratory infections, stress related headaches, minor head injury, tension, and migraine headaches. Only small minority of headaches in children have serious cause such as life threatening infection or brain tumor. The symptoms of headache in […]

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Posted by p1np1n - March 9, 2013 at 3:34 pm

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Constant Headaches: Types and Symptoms

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Constant headaches are common problem occurred by people. Actually, it can be caused by several reasons. Sometimes, some sufferer are easy to know the reason just by making lifestyle changes. However, the reasons sometimes may also be difficult to know. It might requires lots of efforts to know the exact cause of this health problem. Though the headache may usually be eliminated or reduced through relaxation and pain relievers, those who often experience headache must see their physician in order to know the exact cause of this problem. Headache is pain response to what’s going on in the body. It is occurred when the muscle tighten because of injury, illness, or stress that make blood vessels to constrict or swell that irritate nerve endings in the head. Brain does not have pain sensor. However, the nerves get irritated so they send message to the brain that triggering headache pain. Pain associated to headache is usually described as pounding or throbbing. Constant headaches may occur because of abnormalities of brain.Constant headaches typically occur 15 days or more in a month. It is important to know that primary chronic daily headache must also not as the result of other conditions. Chronic headache is categorized by how […]

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Posted by p1np1n - March 2, 2013 at 9:11 pm

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