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H A D E A C H E .

Headache like dizziness. . behind the head (occipital) or in the back of the upper neck.DEFINITION OF GENERAL Headache or cephalgia is defined as pain in the head that is located above the eyes or ears. has many causes.

because the brain itself has no nerves the give rise to the sensation of pain (Jay W. . MD).DEFINITION OF SOME EXPERT Headache is defined as a pain arising from the head or upper neck of body. Marks.The pain originates from the tissues and structures that surround the brain.

. 3. Tension Headache A tension headache is a headache located at the back of the head.TYPE OF HEADACHE 1. Cluster Headache A migraine headache is a common form of headache that is believes to occur as a result of complex intructions between the nervous system and thevascular system aswell as alternative in brain chemicals. Migraine Headache 2. usually caused by body tension resulting from overwork or psychological stress. A cluster headache is a type of severe headache that trends to recur over several weeks and in which the pain is usually limited to one side of the head.

Cluster Headache The axact cause of cluster headache is unknown. but abnormalities in the hypothalamus likely play a role.THE CAUSE OF HEADACHE 1. Anxiety may also contribute. To skipping meals. Tension Headache      This can range from lack of sleep. An increased amount of stress. . 3. Over exertion. Migraine Headache        Foods Food additives Drinks Stress Sensory stimuli Changes in wake-sleep pattern Medications 2.

Tension Headache Excruciating pain. generally  located in or around one eye. . and shoulders. When the sufferer is awake. Blind spots. less commonly. such as walking upstairs. Lasting for several minutes to a few hours. cold hands. Sleepiness. The pain usually is uniteral (on one side of the head).THE SYMPTOM OF HEADACHE 1.  Stuffy or runny nasal passage in your nostril on the  affected side of your face.  Restlessness. or at the back of the head. Migraine Headache      Sometimes the pain is located in the forehead. Nausea.  Nausea. head. facial pallor. but may radiate to other areas of your face. Migraine headache usually is aggravated by daily activities. Sensitivity to light and sound. fatique. cold feet. 2. Redness in your eye on the affected side. arround the eyes. and sensitivity to light and sound commonly accompany migraine headache. Nausea or vomiting. Sensitivity to light and sound. Cluster Headache       3. The pain of a tension headache is usually shortlived. Weakness of the arms ang legs.  neck. the may awaken the sufferer. vomiting.  The pain of tension headache may begin in the back of the head or above the eyebrows.