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If you suffer from headaches it is important to understand which type of headache is troubling you. Sometimes you may be experiencing more than one type of headache.

Tension headache

Because nearly all adults have experienced a tension headache at some point in their life, this type of headache is believed to be the most common type of headache.

This headache is often described as a type of continual pain or pressure on both sides of the head and upper neck.

Some people liken a tension headache to the feeling of having a tight band squeezed around their head.

Most headaches are NOT dangerous. In fact, tension-type headaches and migraines are very common and remain the focus of most health care providers and patients who suffer from headaches.

The most important factor to consider is when the typical headache is suddenly different.

Some of these different symptoms may include slurred speech, difficulty communicating or formulating thought, seizures, fainting or loss of consciousness (even for a few seconds), memory lapses, double or blurred vision, profound dizziness, or numbness in the face or half of the body.

There is no accurate way to determine how many millions of people suffer from chronic headaches every day.

According to the National Headache Foundation, over 45 million Americans suffer from chronic, recurring headaches and that number could actually be much higher.

There are several different types of headaches that people suffer from. There are at least 150 diagnostic headache categories that have been established.

In order to treat your headaches, it is important to understand which type of headache you are suffering from.

For example, if you are suffering from a dehydration headache, all the aspirin in the world will not decrease your pain.

A headache or cephalalgia is pain anywhere in the region of the head or neck. It can be a symptom of a number of different conditions of the head and neck.

The brain tissue itself is not sensitive to pain as it lacks pain receptors. Rather, the pain is caused by a disturbance of the pain-sensitive structures around the brain.

Nine areas of the head and neck have these pain-sensitive structures, which are the cranium (the periosteum of the skull), muscles, nerves, arteries and veins, subcutaneous tissues, eyes, ears, sinuses, and mucous membranes.

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