The Headache

MARK BETTERTON
Mind Map by MARK BETTERTON, updated more than 1 year ago
MARK BETTERTON
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The Headache
1 Always considered serious condition
2 Tension Headache
2.1 Most Common
2.1.1 30-80% population
2.2 Gradual Onset
2.2.1 Last minutes to days
2.3 Triggers
2.3.1 Stress
2.3.2 Posture
2.3.3 Poor Sleep
2.3.4 teeth/Jaw misalignment
3 Migraine Headache
3.1 2nd Most common type
3.2 Vascular Cause
3.2.1 Vasodilation of blood vessels base brain; chemical release causes inflammation, pain and further dilation of arteries
3.2.2 Activates Sympathetic Nervous System;
3.2.2.1 N/V/D
3.2.2.2 Pallor/Cold Extremities
3.2.2.3 Photophobia; sound sensitive
3.3 Unilateral (usually)
3.3.1 Throbbing
3.3.2 Pounding
3.3.3 Pulsating
3.4 Migraine Food Triggers
3.4.1 Alcohol
3.4.2 Processed/marinated food
3.4.3 MSG
3.4.4 Chocolate
3.4.5 Dairy
3.4.6 Artifical Sweeteners
3.4.7 Foods with Nitrates
3.4.7.1 Bacon
3.4.7.2 Sausage
3.4.7.3 Lunchmeats
3.4.8 Foods with tyramine
3.5 Migraine Environmental Triggers
3.5.1 Weather
3.5.2 Smoke Exposure
3.5.3 Odors/Perfumes
3.5.4 Bright Lights
3.5.5 Noise
3.6 Migraine Medication Triggers
3.6.1 Nifedipine
3.6.2 Oral Contraceptives
3.6.3 Theophylline
3.6.4 Indomethacin
3.6.5 Cimetidine
3.7 Migraine Behavioral Triggers
3.7.1 Lack of Sleep
3.7.2 Emotional Stress
3.7.3 Physical Stress
3.7.4 Substance Abuse
3.7.5 Poor Diet
4 Sinus Headache
4.1 Fluid Accumulation Sinus Cavities
4.1.1 Cough/Cold
4.1.1.1 Nasal Congestion
4.1.1.2 Fever
4.1.2 Pain when head bent forward
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