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Headache is the most common form of pain. It’s one of the main reason people miss days at work or school or visit the doctor. Some people have them when they are tired or if they don’t sleep enough, some people have headaches if they didn’t drink enough water that day, etc.

1. SINUS HEADACHE

As its name implies, a sinus headache occurs when sinuses become inflamed or blocked. This can cause pain behind the cheeks, nose and eyes that gets worse when your bend forward or when you wake up. Common causes include allergic reaction, a tumor, or an infection. Depending on its underlying cause, symptoms can closely resemble those of a migraine.

2. TENSION HEADACHE

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It’s the most usual headache type that is manifested by a constant pressure or pain around the head, mainly in the back of the head and the neck, or at the temples. It might also cause a radiating pain above or below the eye area. It can last between a few minutes to a few days. Triggers include lack of sleep, missed meals, stressful situations, high emotions and alcohol.

3. CLUSTER HEADACHE

This headache may appear over one eye, and it mostly affects women. It is often recurring, and may occur in a cycle or in a group. It appears suddenly and leads to a severe pain on one head side. In this case, you may often experience a nasal congestion, a rainy nose or a watery eye. Its cause cannot be stated, but it occurs as soon as certain nerve pathway is activated in the brain’s base.

4. MIGRAINE

Migraines usually occur between the age of 25 and 55, but they can also be experienced regardless of the age. This headache type is way more complicated than any other headache, because it includes numerous different neurological symptoms.

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