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Your Headache Tells You A Lot About Your Health. Here’s What Your Headache Is Telling You

Written by the Shreddin.tv editorial team

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Although headaches are annoying and painful, most of them are usually harmless and go away on their own. But just because they are common that doesn’t mean you should ignore them. Headaches may be happening to you as a way to warn your body of something more harmful.

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A tension headache, also known as a migraine, is one of the most common types of headaches. It starts off as a slow dull pain and gets increasingly worse.

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This might be a warning sign of an upcoming stroke, aneurysm, brain tumor, or internal bleeding in the brain. In rare and serious cases, this might mean that your arteries and veins are not connected properly.

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A ‘thunderclap headache’ is an unbearable pain that suddenly occurs. If they are not gone after one minute, this is serious. It is usually a sign that there is bleeding in the brain.

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This might be a warning sign of an upcoming stroke, aneurysm, brain tumor, or internal bleeding in the brain. In rare and serious cases, this might mean that your arteries and veins are not connected properly.

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A ‘thunderclap headache’ is an unbearable pain that suddenly occurs. If they are not gone after one minute, this is serious. It is usually a sign that there is bleeding in the brain.

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