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CAUTION: Immediately Visit a Doctor If You Have These Types of Headache!!!

There are headaches which are not dangerous and are usually triggered by tension, stress or sinuses. On the other hand there are also headaches which are more serious and dangerous and you need to visit a doctor immediately.
 These headaches are dangerous:
  • Thunderclap headaches
A headache due to brain bleeding after a stroke, head injury or aneurism is severe and frequent and it happens suddenly in one minute only.

  • Headache after an injury
This type of headache happens after suffering a head injury after which you need urgent medical attention. Consult a doctor because you may have concussion. Even minor head injury may cause headache due to brain bleeding.
  • Headache gets worse when walking
If you go to bed with a headache and in the morning you get up with even more severe headache and you start to vomit than the situation may be quite dangerous. Pay attention if the pain is more severe while you walk or do exercises and pain killers do not help, as it can be a symptom of brain tumor
  • The worst headache of your life
This headache starts in the head and neck when you are lye still and in the same time you feel stiffness of the neck, confusion, vomiting and the light bothers you. It can be a sign of hemorrhage caused by raptured brain aneurism, which means that you need a medical attention as soon as possible.
  • Sudden headaches
Sudden headaches which go together with severe pain, weakness of the arms, legs and face, numbness in one side of the body, trouble with speaking or walking, and problems with vision on one eye or both. Immediately visit a doctor as it can be a sign of heart attack.
  • Unusual headache
If you think that the headache is strange do not hesitate and consult your doctors especially if:
      • The headaches become worse
      • Fever, vomiting and nausea along with the headache
      • Inability to perform normal daily activities
      • Vision and speech difficulties
      • Seizures
      • Severity, location and frequency of the headaches change
      • Headache after jogging, sex or weight lifting
      • Shortness of breath
      • Headaches after the age of 50
      • The most terrible headache you have ever experienced
      • Vision and speech difficulties
      • Memory loss, imbalance, confusion and inability to move the extremities easily
      • Source:
        http://choosehealthylife.com
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