Causes of Headache

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Secondary headaches are the result of a disorder which can trigger the nerves that are sensitive to pain in the head. A variety of ailments -with varying degrees of the severity of their effects — could trigger secondary headaches.

The possible causes for secondary headaches could be:

  1. Sinusitis acute (nasal or sinusitis)
  2. Arterial tear (carotid and vertebral dissections)
  3. Blood clots (venous thrombosis) in the brainnot a stroke
  4. Aneurysms in the brain
  5. C-AVM (arteriovenous malformation)
  6. Tissues in the brain
  7. The poisoning of carbon monoxide
  8. Chiari malformation (structural issue in the skull’s base)
  9. Concussion
  10. COVID 2019. (COVID-19)
  11. Dehydration
  12. Dental problems
  13. Ear inflammation (middle of the ear)
  14. Encephalitis (brain inflammation)
  15. Arteritis of the giant cells (inflammation in the blood vessels’ lining)
  16. Glaucoma (acute angle closure Glaucoma)
  17. Hangovers
  18. Hypertension of the blood (hypertension)
  19. Influenza (flu) and other febrile (fever) diseases
  20. Intracranial Hematoma
  21. Treatment of other disorders with medications
  22. Meningitis
  23. Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
  24. The use of pain medications can be a trigger for addiction.
  25. The panic attacks, as well as panic disorders
  26. Consistent symptoms post-concussive (Post-concussion syndrome)
  27. Headgear that is too tight like goggles or a helmet
  28. Pseudotumor cerebri
  29. Stroke
  30. Toxoplasmosis
  31. Trigeminal neuralgia (as as well as other neuralgias that cause irritation of nerves that connect the brain and face)

A few types of secondary headaches are:

  1. Compression headaches that are external to the user (a result of pressure-caused headgear)
  2. Ice cream-related headaches (commonly known as brain freeze)
  3. Medication headaches (caused by the over-use of pain medications)
  4. Sinus-related migraines (caused by the sinus cavities)
  5. The cause of these headaches is the spinal (caused by low pressure or a lack of cerebrospinal fluid. It could be caused by a cerebrospinal fluid leak or spinal tap anesthesia)
  6. Thunderclap-related headaches (a category of disorders that are characterized by extreme, sudden headaches that have many causes)

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