We all want to know how to get rid of a headache, right?

It’s time to get to the bottom of yours, once and for all! Today we’re explaining the different types of headaches, including what causes them and all the best ways to treat them.

Whether you’re looking to stop an existing headache, learn more about natural headache remedies, or even just learn more about what causes this pesky pain, you’ve come to the right place.

Types of headaches

Most people don’t know, but not all headaches are the same. Some are more severe, triggered by different things, and manifest themselves in different ways.

Migraine headaches

We all talk about having ‘migraines’, but how do we know our headaches really belong in that category?

Migraine headaches are severe and intense. They can last for a while (up to several days in some cases) and usually flare up a few times a month.

If your headache is indeed a migraine, you’ll experience a throbbing or hammering sensation, and possibly nausea, vomiting, stomach pain and loss of appetite.

Migraine headaches can be quite debilitating, and it’s not uncommon to feel weak and unable to carry out everyday tasks whilst you’re suffering.

Cluster headaches

Cluster headaches are even more severe than migraines and have both exterior and internal symptoms. They are so-called ‘cluster’ as they usually happen in twos or threes, on the same day. The ‘attacks’ can last anywhere from 15 minutes to three hours and are more common in men than women.

Cluster headaches will cause a throbbing or constant piercing/burning pain behind one eye. The affected eye will droop and redden, the pupil will dilate and the eye will tear. The nostril on the same side can also run and become stuffy.

Tension headaches

Tension headaches are your everyday headaches. They can cause mild to moderate pain and usually come on sporadically and go relatively quickly.

Sinus headaches

What is says on the tin – sinus headaches are caused by inflammation of the sinuses and show their symptoms across the nose, forehead and cheekbones.

You may also experience ‘cold’ symptoms such as a runny nose, earache, fever and more.

Headache symptoms

Headache symptoms vary depending on the kind of headache you’re suffering from.

If your headache symptoms also include an aching jaw, blurred or double vision or a sore scalp, contact your GP immediately.

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