Most Dangerous Types of Headache that You Should Never Ignore! Most Dangerous Types of Headache that You Should Never Ignore!
I understand that whenever we have some internal problems in our body, we check the internet and get the result that we are having... Most Dangerous Types of Headache that You Should Never Ignore!

I understand that whenever we have some internal problems in our body, we check the internet and get the result that we are having cancer. It is scary world out here, so we must not be our own doctors and conclude that we are about to die. But, at times, we do tend to take our headaches very lightly whereas they could be a sign of a bigger problem. We have one life and we must not take it that lightly. Thus, if you find any of the following kinds of headaches affecting you, it is time to consult your doctor and take immediate actions.


1. Lightening

If you are having a sharp pain in the head all of the sudden, it is not a good sign and could be an indication of bleeding in the brain or the potential bleeding that could occur. First few minutes of this pai are critical otherwise, it can already bleed.

2. Headache which worsens in 24 hours.

If your headache is not stopping within 24 hours and is actually worsening, you need not take it lightly and get to know what the problem is. It is also an indication of stroke.

3. Headaches with blurred vision

If your blurred vision is occurring along with headaches and harsh speech, it is possible that you might have a stroke. In this case you can also have a lack of orientation and thus, should quickly consult a doctor.


4. Violation

If you just bumped your head into the wall and are feeling dizzy, there is a major chance of concussion. You may be feeling out of balance and thus, it is time that you take the matter seriously and visit the nearest doctor.

5. Concentrated Pain

If you are having pain centered on one eye, it is usually a sign that there may be a blockage or swelling of the artery that supplies blood to the brain. This leads to side effects like vomiting and dizziness.

6. Headache after training

If you have done some kind of physical activity like running in the park or you just went to a gm, an immediate headache could indicated the possible chance of development of a tumor or aneurysm. Aneurysm means that your arteries have been clogged or there are islands in the brain.

Henry Okafor

  • Asain

    2017-01-03 #1 Author

    I been having a few headaches myself, I’m kinda happy that I’ve read this! Learn a lot that I didn’t know within seconds!


  • Destini Ruffins

    2017-01-04 #2 Author

    thanks for this , i suffer very bad headaches .


  • Shania

    2017-01-04 #3 Author

    Glad I read this because I been having headaches


  • Tykia

    2017-01-04 #4 Author

    You should never ignore a headache that’s so bad you can open you eyes


  • Gabrielle Morris

    2017-01-04 #5 Author

    This was An Interesting Article. A Lot of things I didnt know.


  • Cory Thompson

    2017-01-04 #6 Author

    I’ve had all of these types of headaches. & always just try to let it go away on its own but now I know not to avoid them .. very helpful information ?


  • Zee

    2017-01-04 #7 Author

    I sometimes develop a headache after training or practice, but I usually think it’s just from being hungry. But I see it could be more serious than that


  • Jermisha Lewis

    2017-01-04 #8 Author

    Thank You So Much I Really Apppreciate It . ?


  • Dayana

    2017-01-04 #9 Author

    Some things I never new


  • nenee

    2017-01-04 #10 Author

    very helpful i catch them alot .


  • Shamara

    2017-01-04 #11 Author

    This is true. Never ignore your headaches because you never know what the circumstance may be. I had a horrible migraine and I didn’t think anything of it I just took two Tylenol. But come to find out later that headache caused me to have a seizure because I had eclampsia and it nearly killed me. So now any headache I may have I instantly get it checked because that was a scare and a headache can result in anything.


    • Christina

      2017-01-04 #12 Author

      Oh man. Im sorry to hear that. I have a lot of issues with headaches. Ill start getting them checked from now on!!!


  • Fantayshia

    2017-01-04 #13 Author

    I be having migraines since my 2 month old been born I wonder why ?


  • Ryan

    2017-01-04 #14 Author

    Very helping information


  • Victoria Cooper

    2017-01-04 #15 Author

    The Headache That You Should Never Ignore Is The One That Never Goes Away


    • Asia Howard

      2017-01-04 #16 Author

      Glad i read this article. I usually get a headache above my left eye and ignore it, not anymore!!


  • Noquia

    2017-01-04 #17 Author

    This Is Very Interesting .


  • Lawal

    2017-01-04 #18 Author

    I always having blurred vision and headache after gym… Guess I need to see my doctor.. Thanks for the article it’s so helpful.


  • Shila

    2017-01-04 #19 Author

    Very helpful and interesting.


  • Ria B.

    2017-01-04 #20 Author

    This was very helpful I always seem to have bad headache and didn’t understand why


  • Imani Thompson

    2017-01-04 #21 Author

    People should always pay attention to the things going on with their body.This is very helpful information


  • Lashae

    2017-01-04 #22 Author

    I’m sitting at the Er now from hitting my head and feeling dizzy ? Or at least I thought I was dizzy ?


  • Gabrielle

    2017-01-04 #23 Author

    Oh my gosh I’m scared


  • Dilyah

    2017-01-04 #24 Author

    I stay having tension headaches bad


  • Keanna

    2017-01-04 #25 Author

    I always seem to have a headach with blurry vision this is great to learn about it.


  • Shameka

    2017-01-04 #26 Author

    My son suffers from cluster headaches, wish i could take it away from him. It hurts me to see him in that pain when they come on.


  • Dominique Miller

    2017-01-04 #27 Author

    My mother has always had migrans. I never understood the seriousness of them until I experienced mine for the first time last year.


  • Alexis Hunter

    2017-01-04 #28 Author

    I always have cluster headaches


  • brittney woods

    2017-01-04 #29 Author

    I also suffer from major headaches


  • Zikerrah

    2017-01-04 #30 Author

    Wow I never knew this, was soooo much help for later on in the future


  • Tiffany Bravo

    2017-01-04 #31 Author

    Wow I have always suffered from headaches. This is good to know


  • Alicia Lee

    2017-01-04 #32 Author

    Wow this was helpful I always get the worst headaches !


  • Anthoney Hampton

    2017-01-04 #33 Author

    I found A lot of useful information in this article thanks


  • Chelsea motton

    2017-01-04 #34 Author

    Very helpful I’ve been having headaches periodically for the last 3 months


  • Johnny

    2017-01-04 #35 Author

    This was a very interesting article I tend to suffer from alot from tension headaches in my sinus


  • Christina

    2017-01-04 #36 Author

    I have headaches all the time that allows me to vomit or get dizzy that is not a good feeling


  • Bryan

    2017-01-04 #37 Author

    I have tension headache all time this was real helpful??


  • Myriam

    2017-01-04 #38 Author

    I didnt know a lot of this information. I get headaches a lot.. Thanks for posting!


  • Myriam

    2017-01-04 #39 Author

    I didnt know a lot of this and considering I get headaches often this was nice to know thank you!


  • Mia

    2017-01-04 #40 Author

    Very helpful info.


  • Janisha

    2017-01-04 #41 Author

    Very helpful information, considering I always have tension headaches alot.


  • Angelique

    2017-01-05 #42 Author

    This has actually helped me out alot. Thank you so much!!


  • Guy Roger Nana

    2017-01-05 #43 Author

    Very interesting… I just learnt a lot now.


  • Eric Clay

    2017-01-05 #44 Author

    This Has Actually Gave Me Good Intel. Thanks .


  • Dominique Miller

    2017-01-05 #45 Author

    I get daily headaches from my line of work that I am in and when I workout. There isn’t much that I can do to make them go away. But I will say I can relate to all of these symptoms.


  • Adam Miller

    2017-01-05 #46 Author

    I get daily headaches from my line of work that I am in and when I workout. There isn’t much that I can do to make them go away. But I will say I can relate to all of these symptoms.


  • Arlene Mintah

    2017-01-05 #47 Author

    I suffer from migraines so when number 1 happened to me o e night I knew something was wrong, my husband took me to the E R turns out my brain was bleeding I spent 2 weeks in ICU, everyday I thank God and my husband because the doctor’s told me if he had not brought me in I would not be here today. Please don’t take headaches lightly.


  • tumi

    2017-01-05 #48 Author

    i can relate to some if the symptoms as i get headaches daily due to working with the computer.


  • Genora

    2017-01-06 #49 Author

    Recently ive been experiencing these same headaches. I kept pushing it off until i found out someone else had the same exact symptoms and their body became numb on one side the doctors. Diagnosed it as excessive caffine intake. Ive cut my on sodas for that reason. Very helpful information Thanks for Sharing!


  • Adinan

    2017-01-06 #50 Author

    Very helpful… when I have had a long busy day I tend to develop headache pains especially when I try to bend or face down


  • Whitney Brown

    2017-01-07 #51 Author

    Omg, thank you so much sometimes I just try to sleep off my headache. I be thinking I’m stressing, straining my eyes or overthinking but these pictures showing what the areas mean gave me a great understanding with explanations.


  • Bola

    2017-01-10 #52 Author

    Been having this light headache for 3 days now and it only comes in the evening after work and goes away on its own . My friend suggested it’s stress. Cos I’ve been very stressed laterly. I also get this type of headache when am very hungry. That’s if I’ve not eaten all day.


  • Gerald Grant

    2017-01-13 #53 Author

    I have to tell my wife about this article because she has headachs constantly I never knew about signs of different types of headachs that’s why it’s always best to read


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