Dealing with the Annoying Headache

Posted on October 16, 2015, 12:05 am
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Headaches have to be  one  of the most annoying pains to experience. Headaches are particularly disturbing when you are in a workplace, finding yourself in grave pressure of workloads. You will definitely crave for a quick pain reliever, but have you considered why headaches happen and what you should do to prevent the pain?

There are several types of headaches; tension headaches, migraines, mixed headaches, clusters, sinus headaches and acute headaches. So what causes these headaches? Basically, headaches start when the signals are unable to probably connect to the brain, blood vessels and the surrounding nerves. The pain signals are sent to the brain right after the activation of the heart muscles and blood vessels. However, headaches also occur from fever, infection, illness or cold. Some headaches can also go beyond the serious level, at the point where you may be required to see a doctor.

There are quite a few symptoms of these various headaches. The symptoms of tension headaches are the mild and normal pain during the initial stage, with the pain of durations not longer than half an hour in the middle stage, and finally the pain gradually becoming stronger. It starts during the day, causes trouble sleeping, produces aching of inner muscles and fatigue at work.

The symptoms of chronic tension headaches are quite rare. The pain gap tends to be quite prolonged. However, the migraines are the most common of headaches. The symptoms are just as common as the others. During migraines the pain can vary from strong to mild. Vomit, dizziness, fatigue, rare fevers, appetite problems, and problems with the eyes, for instance blueness, may appear. It is imperative that you see consult an eye specialist if you are going through migraine headaches.

To try to prevent these headaches, you may try these methods:

  • Take prescribed medicines from doctors and keep the pain away. However, if the pain is severe, regular and then strong, please consult a doctor, who should direct you through the treatment.
  • Don’t sit close to the TV, and definitely don’t put your sole focus on bright screens such as TVs, laptops and monitor screens. This in turns causes destruction to your eyes and triggers the pain of headache.
  • Make sure you are sleeping and rests are properly being met.
  • Do some early morning exercises as much as possible, this helps you to keep your body functions working properly during the whole day.
  • Follow quick and simple exercises such as deep breathing, rhythmic breathing, visualized breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, relaxing to music and mental imaginary relaxation.
  • Avoid stress if you can’t handle or take control of it.
  • Eat healthy fruits and enhance your appetite level if you are having issues with a lack of appetite.
  • Take the prescribed medicines suggested by your doctors and listen to them by every word.
  • Last but not the least, make sure that you have allocated adequate time for sleeping and rests.

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