Articles by Jan Modric

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Migraine Headache Triggers: Foods, Estrogen, Stress, Weather…

Migraine and Migraine Triggers Migraine is a throbbing headache (one- or both-sided) with nausea and sensitivity to lights and sounds, lasting from 4 to 72 hours. Migraine is considered as an inherited sensitivity of the nervous system resulting in dilation (expanding) of the arteries on the brain surface when triggered by >> Read More ...

Sudden Severe Headache – Causes

What To Do in a Severe Headache? If you have a newly appearing severe headache, visit your doctor as soon as possible. Severe headache, or a headache that worsens with time, can be a symptom of a life threatening disorder, like bleeding within the head or intoxication. What Can Cause a Severe Headache? SUDDEN, UNEXPECTED >> Read More ...

Headache and Pain in the Back of the Head – Causes, Symptoms

How to Find a Cause of Pain in the Back of the Head? You can suspect a cause of pain in the back of your head from the pain duration and characteristics, other symptoms and circumstances. A. NEWLY APPEARING headache in the back of the head B. EPISODIC, SHORT-LASTING headache in the back of the head C. CHRONIC, RECURRENT >> Read More ...

Headache Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention

What Is a Headache? A headache is diffuse pain in the head not confined to the area of distribution of any nerve. By headache, we usually mean pain anywhere between the back of the head and front (like tension headache), or pain in one half of the head (like migraine or cluster headache). Head pain confined to particular >> Read More ...

Types of Headache

Primary Headache Primary headache is a headache not caused by another medical condition. Neurological examination, results of CT, MRI and other tests are usually normal (1). Your doctor can make a diagnosis on the basis of your personal medical history and physical examination. Primary headaches include (2): 1. Migraine >> Read More ...

Headache and Constipation

Health Conditions With Headache and Constipation Any headache can be followed by constipation, because the pain limits your activities, and when you reject food. On the other hand, constipation may be followed by headache, because of stress, dehydration and hunger (due to avoiding food). Headache and >> Read More ...
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