We only have one life and we should try to stay as healthy as possible. Here are the types of headache that you should never ignore:
- Concentrated pain
The pain centered on one eye is typically a sign that there may be a blockage or swelling of the artery that supplies blood to the brain. Side effects are vomiting and dizziness.
- As lightning
If you feel a sharp pain the head all of the sudden, that certainly is not a good sign. It may indicate that there has been or will be bleeding in the brain. This pain occurs suddenly and the first few minutes are critical!
- Headaches with blurred vision
If your blurred vision afflicts headaches, along with harsh speech and loss of orientation, it is a serious sign that you could be threatened by a stroke.
- Headache after training
This type of headache, occurring after some physical activity, indicates the possibility of a tumor or aneurysm (clogged arteries or islands in the brain)
If after a blow to the head, you feel dizziness or loss of balance, we must tell you that it is very possible that you have a concussion!
- Chronic migraine after entering the 50th year of life
If you are middle-aged chronic migraine could mean possible occurrence of atherosclerosis in the arteries, which are associated with the brain.
- Headache that, during 24 hours drastically worsens
Headache that does not stop within 24 hours, but, on the contrary, worsens, may indicate a stroke. Immediately see a doctor!