It's Time For Some Headache Relief: Identify Your Headaches

Updated: Jul 14

It’s hardly unlikely that you haven’t met an adult who, at some point, didn’t complain about their throbbing, piercing, or insufferable headache. It’s time to strengthen your mental, financial, and emotional life prospects and end your chain of pain. Let’s start by identifying your headaches!



 

Tension Headache

- mild, moderate, or intense pain behind your eyes in the head and neck


Tension headaches are also known as “hatband” headaches, because of the tightness felt around the skull.


Common Causes of Tension Headaches:

Insufficient magnesium

Dehydration

Insufficient sleep

Mental-emotional stress

Poor posture

Low serotonin

 

Migraine Headache

- severe throbbing pain or a pulsing sensations, usually on one side of the head


Migraines are perhaps the most common headache. These headaches can cause sensitivity to light, noise, and movement. Migraines are known to be one-sided, but can take up the entire head.


Common Causes of Migraine Headaches:

Genetics and environmental factors

Stress

Hormonal changes

Medications, like oral contraceptives

Drinks, like alcohol, wine, coffee

 

Cluster Headache

- intense pain in or around one eye on one side of the head


This type of headache is short-lived and has its own set of symptoms. Cluster headaches are always one-sided.


Common Causes of Cluster Headaches:

In a cluster period, these can be triggers…

Cigarette smoke

Alcohol

Strong smells

Change to a high altitude

Bright light

Exercise

Heat

 

Sinus Headache

- pressure around the eyes, cheeks, and forehead


Sinus headaches occur around the entire facial structure, cheekbones, behind and around the nose, and forehead.


Common Causes of Sinus Headaches:

Common cold

Seasonal allergies

Nasal blockage

 

Hypoglycemic Headache

- dull, but throbbing around the temples


Hypoglycemia refers to the state when your blood sugar drops below its normal range. Low blood-sugar can lead to hypoglycemic headaches. Eating habits can cause these headaches to occur.


Common Causes of Hypoglycemic Headaches:

Low blood sugar

Fasting

Diabetes

Alcohol

 

Discover the root of your headaches and migraines and eliminate them in a natural way!

Say GOODBYE to headaches and HELLO to increased energy and mental clarity.


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