This Is What Your Headache Is Trying To Tell You, Say Doctors

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Headaches are very common, and are usually harmless and go away on their own. However, sometimes these headaches can be a sign of something more serious. Here are some things to keep in mind the next time you have a headache that has these symptoms.

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The most common types of headaches are tension headaches, a sinus headache or a migraine. People with these headaches usually experience a dull pain that builds slowly, but tends to go away after some time.

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While the common headache is usually harmless, in some cases a headache can be a sign of a stroke, an aneurysm, a brain tumor, or bleeding in the brain. In very rare cases, they can mean that your arteries and veins are not connected correctly.

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If your headache is all of a sudden and the pain is unbearable, it’s called a ‘thunderclap headache.’ They usually are the most painful after 60 seconds, and often are a sign of bleeding in the brain, and can be very serious.

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While the common headache is usually harmless, in some cases a headache can be a sign of a stroke, an aneurysm, a brain tumor, or bleeding in the brain. In very rare cases, they can mean that your arteries and veins are not connected correctly.

If your headache is all of a sudden and the pain is unbearable, it’s called a ‘thunderclap headache.’ They usually are the most painful after 60 seconds, and often are a sign of bleeding in the brain, and can be very serious.

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