Contraction or expansion of the vessels of the brain and its membranes, as well as outside the skull - in the skin, mouth, face, neck, leads to irritation of the nerve endings in the vessels, which is also the cause of headaches. In particular, migraine is a vascular pain. The sharp expansion of the blood vessels irritates the nerve endings in them. Migraines are more common in women, perhaps due to hormonal changes during menstruation, during pregnancy, or as a result of taking birth control pills.
Often we are not aware of our body position and posture. Young people look at the monitor screen day and night. The back is hunched over, the head is tilted, the spine is curved. Despite the poor lighting, we read, causing eye strain. All this also contributes to the occurrence of muscle tension headaches, and pain signals coming from a bent back or neck, overexerted eyes and uncomfortable body position can reinforce each other, causing even severe headaches. The same reasons can cause vasodilation, which in turn causes vascular headache. Prolonged muscle contraction acts on the vessel, reducing blood flow. This causes a deficiency of oxygen in the tissues, an increase in the concentration of toxins and, as a result, a headache begins.
Headaches arise as a result of irritation of various kinds of receptors and the transfer of information from them to the brain. Pain can be caused by a mechanical cause, injury or shock, exposure to a chemical, temperature, physical, toxic and other effects. Receptors can be located in the scalp, muscles, vessels of the brain, in the area of the meninges. Their irritation is perceived subjectively as various kinds of painful sensations.
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Headaches can be of different localization: in the forehead, in the back of the head, in the temples, on the left side, on the right side.
When a head hurts, it is not enough just to make a diagnosis, it is necessary to accurately determine the cause of the failure and make the appropriate correction. Headache significantly affects our performance, rest, our well-being and mood, and sometimes it can turn our personal life into a nightmare.
A severe headache in the forehead can be one of the symptoms of viral and bacterial diseases. With flu, SARS and angina, along with the main symptoms, the patient often complains to NATO that he has a headache in the forehead. With sinusitis and frontal sinusitis, pain in the frontal region is the most obvious symptom. In this case, it hurts the patient to look at the light, movement of the eyes leads to increased pain. This group of reasons also includes pain due to osteochondrosis of the cervical spine and taking (overdose) of certain drugs.
If you have a headache in the forehead area, this can occur as a result of prolonged tension in the muscles of the head and neck (when the eyes are strained for a very long time, and the eyebrows are pulled together).
A headache in the forehead can occur due to the appearance of vascular diseases of the brain. These diseases include: migraine, venous arteritis, ischemic cerebral vascular disease. Often in these cases, such pain is accompanied by nausea, sometimes vomiting and loss of coordination. The pain can be throbbing or aching. As a rule, with such attacks of pain, a person loses the ability to work for a while, since he cannot concentrate, it is difficult for him to speak and move in general. The manifestation of symptoms of increased intracranial pressure is also possible.