Headache Classifications and Types

Even though the most common headaches are migraine, tension or cluster there are still several other headache classifications that are very painful. Although there seems to be far less people that get these head pains, for those who do the pain is very intense.

Cranial nerve dysfunction is a rare condition where trauma such as pinching by an adjacent vertebrae or having arthritis affect the sympathetic nerves located in the spinal area of the neck resulting in a neurological symptoms which can produce a headache. Symptoms for a cranial nerve dysfunction are head pain, eye pain, ear pain, vertigo, anxiety and depression, These are what is termed a system disorder. Natural treatment would be therapy that stimulates the body to repair painful and weakened areas. This manipulates the body to promote healing.

Neuralgias are a general term for nerve pain affecting the peripheral nerves. This causes head and neck pain which include spasms. The pain comes from inflammation of the nerves; this is one of the most painful conditions seen in medicine. Neuralgias can easily disrupt a persons’ lifestyle.

Symptoms are severe sharp spasms on one side of the face which affects the forehead, eyes, scalp, lips, nose and jaw. Spasms can be caused by whiplash, gout, diabetes or shingles. Additionally tooth decay, poor diet, eating cold foods, chewing, yawning excessively, eye strain and nose infection can also cause sharp spasms. Exposure to damp and cold, a pinched nerve or an injury can trigger spasms.

Herbal, homeopathic remedies include toothache tree, German chamomile which contain anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties that sooth the nervous system and relieve pain. Other herbal remedies are burdock and devils claw.

A sinus headache starts out as a facial pain. Triggers of mucosa moving in the nose and nasal passages can cause a facial head pain. As it progresses this facial pain will turn into a sinus ache.

Natural treatment for a facial pain ache is a substance found in Chile peppers. This substance is what makes Chile peppers hot. It comes in a cream form or roll-on to be applied directly to the facial pain. Chinese acupuncture is also suggested.

Caution: Please use Home Remedies after Proper Research and Guidance. You accept that you are following any advice at your own risk and will properly research or consult healthcare professional.

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