Neurological Diseases

Headaches and Dizziness (Light Headed, Vertigo) Causes

A headache may often be accompanied by other symptoms and dizziness is one of the more common complaints that is reported along with the head pain. It is important to identify if the dizziness is a symptom of the condition causing the headache or whether the dizziness is the result of a headache. Pain triggers a number of >> Read More ...

Diabetes, Leg and Feet Swelling on Both Sides With Numbness

Cathy Asked : I am a 52 year old female and recently I have been experiencing persistent swelling of both legs which were paining at first but now there is some numbness. I was diagnosed with diabetes around the age of 45 and over the past 3 years I have been on metformin. I do not have any leg sores or anything of the >> Read More ...

Dehydration and Headache – Symptoms and Prevention

Can Dehydration Cause Headache? Dehydration can cause both sudden or chronic headaches. Causes of a sudden dehydration headache: Occasional pressure-like headache due to not drinking enough water, especially after physical exertion and in a hot weather Migraine, a pulsating, one- or both-sided headache with nausea and >> Read More ...

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 ...

Head Pains Diagnosis and Tests

Identifying the cause of head pain may not always be a simple task for the attending doctor, especially if there is a lack of overt signs, presence of vague or unrelated symptoms and if there is no suitable record of the patient’s medical history. In this case, your doctor will assess your case and make a diagnosis >> 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 ...
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