Types of headaches you never knew existed

In the international classification of headaches (GB), there are more than 200 types of GB, here are some of those that I like:

🔺Ice Cream Headache (GB from ice cream) and https://pillintrip.com/ru/medicine/mucosolvan

These are short, stabbing pains that can occur when you eat, drink, or inhale something cold. They can also occur when the head is immersed in cold water.

🔺Caffeine headache (GB from caffeine)

You love coffee and you drink a lot of it every day – it can play a cruel joke on you when, for example, on a weekend, you skip your daily dose of coffee and get GB of caffeine withdrawal. An interesting paradox is that, on the other hand, caffeine can reduce headaches, improving the effectiveness of analgesics and having a vasoconstrictor effect.

🔺Orgasm headache (Orgasmic GB)

They are more common in young people, especially men, usually begin shortly after the onset of intercourse and end with GB at the climax, and usually go away on their own. However, in some cases, it can be a symptom of a more serious situation, such as a ruptured vessel.

🔺Exercise headache (GB with exercise) and https://pillintrip.com/ru/medicine/boxagrippal

Occur during or after prolonged, strenuous exercise. Exercise hypertension is usually not dangerous and can often be prevented with medication, however, sometimes it can be caused by a more serious cause and require specialist advice.

🔺Compression headache (GB from compression)

Can occur when something worn on the head puts constant pressure on the forehead or scalp. They are often found in people who must wear certain hats, such as helmets or goggles, for their work or sports.

🔺Airplane headache (GB in an airplane)

It is believed to be related to an imbalance between the air pressure in the cockpit and the pressure in the sinuses of the skull, which occurs when the aircraft altitude changes. Keep in mind that air passengers may experience migraines or hypertension due to lack of sleep, stress, or holding their necks in an uncomfortable position during a long flight.