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Sinus and Migraine headaches

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Sinus headaches are often deep, dull, aching, or pulsatile. The ache is often combined with a feeling of heaviness or fullness. Sinus headaches are associated with the swelling of the membrane lining in the sinus cavities (spaces adjacent to the nasal passages). These cavities are the bony, air-filled cavities in the head that connect to the nose through small openings. Sinus headaches are caused by blockage of the sinus cavities with resulting pressure and pain in the cheeks, forehead, and upper teeth. These headaches are often associated with nasal congestion. Sinus headaches can be prevented by treating underlying problems such as allergies and treating headaches promptly. In addition, using oral or nasal decongestants before flying, traveling to high altitudes, or swimming in deep water may help. Sinus headaches typically result from hay fever and other seasonal allergies, or from a cold or the flu. With tension headaches, stress is the most common trigger; it may stem from anxiety about work or family life, or there may be some physical factor such as persistent noise. Sinus headaches are usually more generalized than migraines, but it is often difficult to tell them apart, particularly if headache is the only symptom of sinusitis. A migraine can last for hours or days. Sinus headaches are no joke. They are really painful and terribly uncomfortable. Sinus Headaches occurs when these openings get plugged. Sinus Headaches may feel like tension and pain behind the eyes and in the ears and insistent beating in your head and face. Sinus headaches may be relieved by simple painkillers or, in some cases, a decongestant to relieve the swelling. Sinus headaches usually go away when treatment for an associated sinus infection is received. Muscle contraction headache is a steady, mild headache, and is sometimes described as having a band-like distribution around the head. It can occur occasionally, or once or twice a month. Muscles in your scalp, neck, and face tighten and contract, causing spasms and pain. Psychological factors such as anxiety, fatigue (e.g., eyestrain), and stress (e.g., long periods of concentration) and mechanical neck strain (e.g., working at computer terminal for prolonged periods) are often the culprits behind a typical tension headache. Pain frequently develops during sleep and lasts for several hours. Attacks can occur every day for weeks or months and then can disappear for periods up to a year. Pain occurs in the affected region � the result of air, pus, and mucus being trapped within the obstructed sinuses. The discomfort often occurs under the eye and in the upper teeth (disguised as a headache or toothache). Pain in the sinuses, face or around the eyes can be felt during a migraine on one or both sides of the head. Also, the nerves that cause stuffy or runny nose and watery eyes can be activated during a migraine. Migraine headaches are just one example of this kind of headache. They occasionally cause nasal swelling and wetness, which misled people into thinking the nasal symptoms were pointing to the cause, rather than an effect. Migraine headaches are divided into two categories: migraine with aura and migraine without aura . Some people experience a pre-headache stage known as an aura, which can last about 10 to 30 minutes. Migraines should be considered as a possibility whenever there are recurrent headaches that affect daily activity . Knowing the right cause is important to getting the right treatment. Migraines (some) can constrict the blood vessels, and Plavix I think, keeps the blood vessels clear and more open, by keeping the blood thinner. I'm not 100% positive, but I do know that it's a blood thinner, which is going to do something to the blood vessels, and the blood vessels have a lot to do with migraines. Migraine is a medical terms used by clinicians to label a particular headache disorder. Migraine sufferers are aware of their symptoms; and in this study the authors relied on their symptom reports to assign an IHS-based diagnosis. Migraine may be provoked by other illnesses that affect the head or neck, such as a dental problem or respiratory or sinus infection. For most, migraine is a distinct and familiar event with a predictable duration and resolution.
   
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