Tuesday, 22 December 2020

Types of Sudden Headache and its Treatment


Headache is the physical sensation anywhere in the area of the head and neck, wherein there is excruciating pain. There are many causes behind the cause of headache, and some may even be life-threatening. The categories of these types of head pains are as follows:

1.      Tension-type headache. This is one of the commonest types of headache. It's caused by tension or stress. Tension-type headaches can be constant or intermittent, mild, moderate to severe, or have symptoms that fluctuate.

      The common types of trigger that give rise to tension-type headache are work related stress, driving and stressful situations, sports, sudden loss of appetite and so on.

2.      Acute dehydration headache. This is a common head pain that is caused by sudden loss of water levels in the body due to sweating, exertion, strenuous exercise, vomiting and so on. Such types of acute dehydration headaches may have no apparent cause and thus it is termed as a non-specific headache. 

3.      Rebound headaches, tension-type headache, migraine, cluster headache, postulation headaches, myalgia, and cluster headache. A tension headache is the most common cause of rebound headaches. The rebound headaches are characterized by pain that recurs after the headache has been relieved. rebound headaches also cause severe discomfort. In order to find out the exact cause of this problem, medical diagnosis is required.

4.      Here are some examples of the three major types of headache. The first type is that caused by vomiting. Vomiting can occur without warning. However, some people find that nausea and vomiting follow a pre-planned event. Some types of migraines are triggered by stress and trauma and can lead to a headache

5.      Brain freeze is one of the sudden type of headache in which a person can go through a very bad sensation of the pain. Brain freeze is also common in pets dogs with brain freeze also feel the same sensation. The brain freeze usually occur when someone quickly eats very cold things like ice cream etc

6.      Another  type is called stress-type migraine. This type of headache occurs when a person is confronted by a traumatic event or situation. Stress-type migraines can be very intense, sometimes even resulting in a headache. The third and last is called rebound and tension-type migraine. This type can occur after an episode of either nausea or vomiting, or stress-type headaches.  

Treatment of sudden headache

·        Some doctors use the acronym NSAIDS to explain this problem. For simplicity's sake, however, the best way to describe it is tension-type headache (which is a separate condition) and rebound headaches. When a person is struck with a tension-type headache, it is not considered to be a rebound headache. That is why such a headache cannot be called a headache in itself. The term, tension-type headache is used in order to differentiate this headache from other tension-type headaches. Many doctors also prefer to use the term 'headache' in describing tension-type headache as well.

·        These days, there are many types of headache available. There are headache treatments available that target each and every type of headaches. Treatments for different types of headaches depend upon the underlying cause and the severity of the headache. Each type of headache is classified as being of different types, namely:

·        Almost these types can be treated with the same treatment. However, it is important to treat all types of headaches in a consistent manner. It is also critical to make sure that the headache does not worsen due to vomiting or stress before proceeding to other types of treatment. Sometimes, treating a headache with a drug may lead to more serious problems. In this case, contact your doctor or emergency room immediately.

·        Some types of headaches that can be helped with the use of Osteopathic medicine include tension-type headaches, migraine headaches, and brain tumor headaches. Headache symptoms may include a stiff neck, a pounding head, and/or double vision. When Osteopathy is used properly, it can greatly help you. An Osteopath will first determine which type of headache you are suffering from. After this, the osteopath will administer specific treatment that is specifically designed for that type of headache.

·        Treatments can be given either by using a specially designed pill, or by placing ice on the forehead. This will help to relieve some of the pain caused by a cluster headache. Another option available to Osteopaths is to apply heat to the head. This can be very beneficial for those who suffer from a brain tumor headache. This treatment should only be done by an Osteopath who has been trained in this method.

·        These types of headaches can be treated by a doctor by giving anti-depressant medications. However, some people do not respond well to medication. If this is the case, other types of headaches that are caused by different factors should be considered. Some of the options are a cold compress placed on the forehead, an ice pack on the head, or a warm compress placed on the forehead. For a severe headache, Osteopath doctors may opt to give prescription medications such as acetaminophen (Tylenol) to ease the pain.

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