Headache and migraine : two different types of disorders that all define in general as a “headache”. It is not easy to recognize because their symptoms are very similar. When they arrive they are capable of passing the desire to do anything, so, work or go out to have fun businesses become almost impossible. For many people the headache is a sporadic disorder, due to a particularly heavy, or caused by a simple “air shot” and, in such cases, is easily solved with a good pain reliever and a little ‘rest. For others, however, the headache is a companion always present and no easily identifiable causes : in this case it is chronic headaches . Here’s how to recognize migraine headache and how to cure them.

If you are a woman, you’re more prone to suffer from headaches . In fact, to suffer is especially the female sex. To understand which of the 2 types of headache you suffer you have to pay attention to the type of symptom. If you feel a sense of pressure on the temples or over his head, as if I had a brick on the head, or as if I had a helmet very tight, probably suffer from the so-called “tension-type headache.” The pain in this case is present in both sides of the head and has a variable duration, can indeed persist for at least half an hour to a maximum of 7 days. This type of headache is a form of headache widespread and mainly affects young women and people under stress . It is often associated with anxiety disorders and posture problems.

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There is also another type of headache called “cluster”. This causes severe pain, like a knife around the eye area that tear and reddens. Other frequent symptoms are stuffy nose and irritated, anxiety, irritability, and facial sweating. The painful crisis may last from 15 minutes to 3 hours . Typically, cluster headache occurs in cycles, during season changes, and very often on a fixed schedule. Fortunately it is uncommon. In fact 7 people in 10,000 hits. When the headache is very intense, button type and agenesis, it is migraine. This can last from 4 to 72 hours, and often is accompanied by secondary symptoms such as nausea and sensitivity to noise and light. Headache worse by movement, such as walking up stairs or doing housework.

Both the migraine headache may have some causes that trigger specific recurrent headaches: the menstrual cycle, taking the contraceptive pillolla, stress, contractures due to poor posture, poor diet, food intolerance or dental problems to act directly on the symptoms and immediately soothe the pain, you can take a pain reliever such as acetaminophen-counter or epub offenses. Please make sure to always take these medicines with a full stomach However, you should not abuse such drugs to preserve the health of the stomach and liver The best thing you can do then is to remove the causes that will trigger the pain.

If the symptoms always occur 5-10 days before menstruation is the fault hormonal instability typical of PMS. To remedy this you can rely on supplements of magnesium and chasteberry. The first is an essential mineral for women and its poor assimilation can cause headaches in the period of the cycle, and the second is a plant used in herbal medicine to regulate female hormones. You can use these 2 products every month within 10-15 days prior to cycle to prevent headaches. If you take birth control pills, could this be the cause of your disorder. In this case, ask your gynecologist to prescribe the pill most suitable for you after you have made โ€‹โ€‹of hormonal assays to check what is the concentration of estrogen that’s right for your body.

If your headaches are due to a hectic pace of life with irregular hours, low hours of sleep and rest-being, their root cause is probably stress. To combat and ‘important to learn to relax, perhaps with the help of anti-stress techniques such as biofeedback, breathing exercises, massage, or with yoga. Even natural medicine can help to reduce stress: Bach flowers, medicinal plants for relaxing action (eg lime and valerian) and homeopathy. In this case, ask the advice of a good naturopath you able to indicate the natural remedies best suited for you.

Also eat quickly and erratically may provoke attacks of headache or migraine. In addition, there are certain foods such as shellfish, cheese, white wine and chocolate, which can trigger headaches because they contain substances difficult to digest. Try derly listen for a period of your power to check whether or not they cause of your disorder. To exclude more specifically any food allergies can make the appropriate tests that will show you the foods to avoid. If you discover that they have no intolerance, but you still have a headache after meals, your problem could be a slow digestion. In this case, learn to eat slowly and drink, after meals, an infusion digestive (eg an infusion of fennel).

If you suspect that the guilt of your headaches may be incorrect posture, you may find benefit of doing gymnastics sessions and exercises for back and neck. In addition, you can rely to an osteopath for massages for the head and neck. Also any problems to the teeth can be guilty of chronic pains in the head. Taking a thorough examination by your dentist may discover that you have some irregularities of the teeth resulting in a structure that disturbs incorrect mouth chewing. These disorders can cause a headache because indirectly lead to contractions of the muscles of the neck and the base of the skull.

Sometimes, migraine and headache are secondary symptoms due to certain diseases: metabolic problems, hypertension, thyroid disorders, sinusitis, diseases due to head trauma or tumors. Another cause of headaches can be tobacco smoke, or sleeping too much, or too little. Unfortunately, there are no specific tests for the headache. For this reason it is important to note the type of pain and its intensity, but also try to understand what are the circumstances in which it manifests itself. In this way, it may well explain their doctor the characteristics of the disorder and it can more easily make a diagnosis. But at what a doctor should you contact? First of all, to that of the family and, then, if appropriate, to the psychiatrist or neurologist. The latter will be useful in case you are suffering from anxiety, depression or stress that can cause headaches and migraines. In any case, never take drugs in chronically without a prescription. Only a doctor can advise those specific to your problem.