Headaches come in many forms. No one can say that the experienced headache is the same on another day. Perhaps, that could be true, but headaches vary based on symptoms. One thing common about headaches is that pain is experienced in any part of the head, or a combination of regions.
Headaches can be mild to severely painful, throbbing, and blinding. Some headaches are unbearable, and someone needs a pain reliever to get over it, massage, physical therapy, or sleep to avoid the pain.
Headaches can be due to stress, overfatigue, anxiety in life, hypertension, serious medical disorders, mood disorders, and many more.
Migraine, for example, is a type of headache where pain can be intolerable. Migraine gives you throbbing headaches and blinding lights. Sinusitis, on the other hand, is a more of a nasal condition, but since it affects the front area of the head, surrounding the eyes, it can also be a painful experienced when the nasal passages are blocked and mucus cause the sinus lining to swell.
Hangover from too much alcohol can also be a cause of headache after a drinking bout. But this is a secondary type of headache, and the patient can get relief just by taking a rest or some other form of therapy.
Other types of headaches
- Tension headache
- Cluster headache
- Menstrual cramps
- Injuries due to accidents
When You Should Seek Medical Help
Headaches are a real pain in the head. If you are currently suffering from a headache, it is important to have an expert check on your condition than just resorting to temporary relief. Remember also that headaches may come from different underlying causes, sometimes even worse than you could imagine, which makes it even head-pounding to worry about.
Most headaches are only a result of a medical condition. Some of the following symptoms can point to what you experience today:
- First time occurence of severe and intolerable headache
- Headache from high fever or stiff neck
- Hard blow on the head
- Ingestion or inhaling poisonous substances
- Difficulty in speech or movement of one side of the face, arms, or body (signs of stroke)
We Can Help
San Diego Neuropathy could be the answer to your existing condition. We remove that pain away by applying advanced methods in chiropractic care. With our trusted medical experts, we conduct a rigid evaluation to see if you are a candidate for subluxation adjustment.
Come and see us at our clinic and begin your treatment before it gets worse. At San Diego Neuropathy, we offer the best, and we take care of our patients. The moment you step away from our clinic, we assure you that you are well informed, feeling better and healthier. Shorten your agony, let our chiropractors bring you to complete relief from lower back pain.
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