Saturday, December 5, 2009

I have a headache almost everyday.what does this mean?

is there a home remedy to stop these headaches?



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Did You Know that drinking two glasses of Gatorade can relieve headache pain almost immediately-- without the unpleasant side effects caused by traditional "pain relievers."



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Go see your doctor...you could have a multitude of issues here...you could be sleeping funny, or your pillows are too high, or you have allergies...or sinus troubles, or you are tired...or you might even need glasses! or you don't have enough water in your system....drink about 8 glasses a day..not too much...that will make you very sick! But, water and dehydration can give you bad headaches!



It happened to me!
The brain stem—the structures of the brain located behind the eyes and nose—contains an “anti-pain” system. When this area recognizes an incoming nerve signal as painful, it responds with a powerful pain-relieving effect.



The pain of headache is thought to begin with the trigeminal nerve, which is located in the brain stem. The largest in the head, this nerve carries sensory impulses to and from the face. When stimulated, perhaps by a certain headache trigger, it releases a burst of neurotransmitters (chemicals that pass impulses from one nerve to the next). This, in turn, normally prompts release of yet another neurotransmitter called serotonin.



Serotonin acts as a filter, screening out unimportant signals—for example, weak, repetitive, or familiar background noise like music and other people's conversations—while admiting signals that demand attention, such as unusual or significant sounds like a baby's cry or your name being called. The more serotonin, the greater the screening action. High serotonin levels correlate with sleep.



Under ordinary circumstances, pain signals from the trigeminal nerve are counteracted by increased serotonin levels. But in people suffering a headache, serotonin levels often prove too low. Scientific tests have shown a clear relationship. When injected with a drug that depletes serotonin, test subjects got headaches. Likewise, when they were injected with serotonin, the headache went away.



Significantly, lack of serotonin has also been implicated in depression and sleep disorders, two problems that afflict many headache sufferers. The role of serotonin is not, by itself, a full explanation of headache. But as researchers continue to unlock the secrets of our neurotransmmitters and their effect on pain, mood, and other body functions, we can look forward to an ever better understanding of the causes—and cures—of headache.
We have treated 20 yrs cases. Visiting us will be better. If it is not possible acupuncture will be the best option.



If you sufferfrom acidity pl avid alcohole and spicy or stale bakery foods.



Use salads, green vegitables and fruits; it will help well especially if you are constipated.
Could be anything from just needing glasses to a brain tumor.



My bets for you need glasses. :] Set up an eye exam, but for now take Tylenol or Advil for your headaches.
If you have a headache every other day, try making some modifications in your diet such as cut down your salt intake and avoid caffeine and alcohol.



Try to commit to some exercising and get appropriate fluids and rest.



If this improves your condition, then you can introduce certain foods and drink back into your diet. An elimination diet is a great way to test if food and drink are affecting your bodily functions.



If you have health insurance, you could visit a doctor to check and see if your issues are related to allergies or if they migraines.



Worst case scenario, your doctor orders a MRI or Catscan. This is to make sure you do not have a tumor.



Most likely its allergies (i.e. sinus related).
Headache is a pain in the head, scalp or neck.



Headaches can be caused by minor problems



like eyestrain, lack of coffee or more serious reasons



like head injury, brain tumors, encephalitis and



meningitis. Taking painkillers continuously can



have harmful side effects, so it is better to



modify your lifestyle. More information available at



http://www.aches.in/headache.html
Well I would go see a doctor to find out why your getting headaches everyday seeing that it's not normal, but it could be allergies, or somrthing simple causing them, as far as home remedies I 'm not sure but, go see a doctor make sure nothiong serious is going on.
There are five types of headache: vascular, myogenic (muscle tension), cervicogenic, traction, and inflammatory.



Vascular



The most common type of vascular headache is migraine. Migraine headaches are usually characterized by severe pain on one or both sides of the head, an upset stomach, and, for some people, disturbed vision. It is more common in women. While vascular changes are evident during a migraine, the cause of the headache is neurologic, not vascular. After migraine, the most common type of vascular headache is the "toxic" headache produced by fever.



Other kinds of vascular headaches include cluster headaches, which cause repeated episodes of intense pain, and headaches resulting from high blood pressure (rare).



Muscular/myogenic headaches appear to involve the tightening or tensing of facial and neck muscles; they may radiate to the forehead. Tension headache is the most common form of myogenic headache.



Cervicogenic headaches originate from disorders of the neck, including the anatomical structures innervated by the cervical roots C1–C3. Cervical headache is often precipitated by neck movement and/or sustained awkward head positioning. It is often accompanied by restricted cervical range of motion, ipsilateral neck, shoulder, or arm pain of a rather vague non-radicular nature or, occasionally, arm pain of a radicular nature.



Traction and inflammatory headaches are symptoms of other disorders, ranging from stroke to sinus infection.



The best thing is to call your doctor.

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