The Type Of Headache You Feel Indicates The General Health Of Your Body

We are all subject to headaches and these are extremely common. These ailments usually represent a mild inconvenience and go away on their...

We are all subject to headaches and these are extremely common. These ailments usually represent a mild inconvenience and go away on their own or with mild analgesics.

Headaches are often temporary, can be of various types and related to both psychological and physical factors. They can result from dehydration, stress or fatigue, but they can also be a symptom of larger health problems. It is enough to be able to identify the origin of it in order to be able to treat them.

The headaches are for some, a temporary uneasiness, easy to relieve. For others, it can be a real disease that causes intense pain and can become a real handicap in the daily lives of those who are victims. More than 95% of the headaches are of benign origin, but it is sometimes necessary to look for the cause of some headaches that can be caused by more important pathologies.

Dr. Sakib Qureshi, a world-renowned American neurologist, states that headaches are often accompanied by

"Red light warning signals" and if we want to know if we are dealing with a regular headache or a more serious health problem, we must learn to distinguish these signals.

Here are the 4 most common types of headaches, their causes and some natural treatments specially designed to treat them at their source:

Tension headaches
Tension headaches is one of the most common types of headaches and is probably caused by excessive stress that causes contraction of the muscles of the scalp, neck and face resulting in headaches. Prolonged bad posture can also cause tension in the neck and skull area and trigger these headaches. Instability of hormones during menstruation, heat and dehydration are other factors that can lead to tension headaches.

Headaches are felt as pressure on the temples and at the back of the neck and head. They may be accompanied by radiating pain around the eye area and cause nausea and vomiting.

The best natural treatment to apply for this type of headache is the consumption of ginger tea, while applying peppermint essential oil on the temples and the base of the neck to relax the muscles of the head.

Cluster headaches
It is the least common type of headache, affecting less than 1 in 1000. The causes are not well established, but there is recognition of the involvement of a facial nerve creating intense pain around one of the eyes and occurring in crises of short duration and very close together. This headache is so painful and unbearable that most people can not sit. Cluster headaches may be more severe than migraine, but they do not last that long.

It is advisable to put a small amount of cayenne pepper in the nostrils will anesthetize the sensation of pain because of its capsaicin content.

Sinus headache
It is a secondary headache, that is to say related to other disorders than the ordinary migraine. They are caused by inflammation of the sinus mucosa more commonly known as sinusitis, which triggers intense pain and pressure on the eyes, forehead and cheeks.

In order to naturally treat these ailments, you should hydrate your body by drinking plenty of water, especially hot water to open the sinuses and relieve inflammation while consuming foods rich in vitamin C such as oranges and foods with anti-inflammatory properties such as ginger. The application of warm compresses on the forehead and temples can also help relieve pain.

It is a chronic headache, evolving by episodic and repeated crises variable in intensity, frequency and duration and which more commonly affect women. Migraine is characterized by intense, throbbing pain on one side of the head, accompanied by numbness, nausea, and a tingling sensation on the face. The subject who suffers may also experience dizziness, vomiting and sensitivity to smell, strong light, sound and touch. The pain begins at the top of the head and radiates downward on only one part of the head.

In order to naturally relieve migraine, first of all make sure you are not deficient in vitamin B12. Focus on eating omega 3 foods such as fish, or vegetables such as spinach, avocado or lettuce. Physical exercise such as cycling, or even aerobics would also be ideal for reducing seizures.

* Attention consumption of certain foods or the use of essential oils may have contraindications. In case of doubt, refer to your doctor.

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