Numerous types of headaches have been identified, each with its own symptoms and severity.
Medical scientists have identified a total of five different types
of headaches, including the symptoms, causes and diagnosis of each.
Tension Headaches –
This is the most common type of headache and usually feels like pressure around the head. Tension headaches can also appear as constant aches around the head. The focus of the pain is usually around the back of the head, the neck and at the temples on the head. These headaches are usually not too severe and they are not likely to have a large impact on quality of life or the ability to perform certain tasks. Tension headaches can usually be treated with aspirin, Tylenol or ibuprofen; although an array of other over-the-counter drugs are also available to assist with the relief of such a headache.
While a headache generally affects the head, numerous types of headaches have been identified, each with its own symptoms and severity.
These headaches are usually caused by a sinus
infection can occur when sinuses become inflamed. A fever accompanies sinus headaches on most occasions. The condition can be treated with numerous types of medication including decongestants, antibiotics and antihistamines.