HEALTH : 6 Dangerous Headaches You Should Never Ignore

About 12 million people in the world are misdiagnosed every year and that’s not a good number. The basic thing to be misdiagnosed in the medical scene is a headache. One can never tell whether a headache is as simple as a tension headache due to exhaustion during the day or a dangerous life threatening disease.

Luckily for us, doctors have provided an easy means of finding out the truth behind the type, severity and duration of your headache. So you can tell whether it’s only a migraine or a probably brain tumor.

There are various types of headache..

There are various types of headache..

A dull aching pain would be a sign of tension or sinus headache.

1. A thunderclap headache


A thunderclap headache

It is a sudden onset headache and the first 60 seconds are probably the worst. It is unbearable and it could be a sign of bleeding in the brain.


2. Exercise or $ex induced headache

Exercise or $ex induced headache

That indicates a brain aneurysm or a tumor.

3. Headache with blurring of vision



Headache with blurring of vision

It is a sign of stroke, and it could also be accompanied with slurring of speech and mental confusion.


4. The ‘worst’ ever

The 'worst' ever

If a headache is a common occurrence, even if it’s probably the worst one ever, you should get yourself checked.


5. Headaches after 50 years of age



Headaches after 50 years of age

These can be dangerous and could indicate atherosclerotic changes in the large arteries of the brain.


6. Headache after a head injury

Headache after a head injury

A headache with other symptoms like dizziness and mental confusion could be as a result of a concussion.

7. Cluster headache



Cluster headache

If your headache is only confined to the area around one eye, it is called a cluster headache. It is often accompanied with nausea or vomiting and comes as a result of a brain aneurysm.


8. Meningitis headache

Meningitis headache

A stiff neck, fever and a headache are classical symptoms of meningitis.




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