Many of us are familiar with the distracting pains of headaches, there are actually different types of headaches and we will be sharing some types and their causes & symptoms.

  • Tension Headache: If you have a tension headache, you may feel a dull, aching sensation all over your head. It isn’t throbbing. Tenderness or sensitivity around your neck, forehead, scalp, or shoulder muscles also might occur.
  • Migraine: Migraine pain is an intense pulsing from deep within your head. This pain can last for days. The headache significantly limits your ability to carry out your daily routine. Migraine is throbbing and usually one-sided. People with migraine headaches are often sensitive to light and sound. Nausea and vomiting also usually occur.
  • Allergy or sinus headaches: Headaches sometimes happen as a result of an allergic reaction. The pain from these headaches is often focused in your sinus area and in the front of your head.
  • Exertion headaches: Exertion headaches happen quickly after periods of intense physical activity. Weight lifting, running, and sexual intercourse are all common triggers for an exertion headache. It’s thought that these activities cause increased blood flow to your skull, which can lead to a throbbing headache on both sides of your head.

In Conclusion, irrespective of the kind of headache you feel, you can trust Sudrex Headache & Fever to help combat all types of headache. If you don’t get better after 4 days please see a doctor.

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