Headaches & Migraines
What is a Headaches & Migraines?
Chronic or severe headaches are not only inconvenient to live with, but they may also be a sign of underlying health problems.
If you can’t get rid of a headache with a nap or over-the-counter drugs, you should seek diagnosis and treatment at a nearby urgent care facility.
Causes & Treatment
Headaches are common, but not all headaches are migraines. Most headaches are mild to moderate in strength, and over-the-counter pain medications are effective. Migraines range in severity from mild to severe, and they can linger for hours or days. Migraines can make it difficult to engage in routine activities.
AT NAEMC Every Type Of Headache Is Treated:
Abdominal headache (commonly affects children 5-9)
Headache in Clusters
Cervicogenic headache is a type of headache that is caused by the
Migraines and chronic headaches
Exertional Headache is a type of headache that occurs as a result of
Continua Hemicrania (ongoing pain on one side)
Migraine with Hemiplegia (temporary paralysis or weakness on one side)
Medication Overuse Headache
Headache During Menstruation Migraine accompanied by aura (visual disturbances & other sensations)
Migraines that aren’t accompanied by an aura
New Persistent Daily Headache
Migraines with ocular and visual symptoms
Hemicrania Paroxysmal (short, severe headaches on one side)
Headache in Children and Adolescents
Headache after Covid 19
Headache after a traumatic event
Headache Due to Pressure
Headache that is unbearable
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Headache of Tension
Headaches caused by TMJ
Vestibular migraines, among other things…