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Migraines - with and without aura

Migraine with auras cause you to experience visual disurbances alongside standard migraine symptoms. Migraines without aura, however, tend to consist of standard migraine symptoms, such as nausea, intense head pain, vomiting, and light or sound sensitivity. 

Tension Headache

Tension headaches are the most common type of headache, causing mild, moderate, or intense pain in your neck, head, and behind your eyes. 

Post-concussion syndrome

Post-concussion syndrome is a mild traumatic brain injury. This complex disorder can result in symptoms such as headaches and dizziness for weeks or months after a blow to the head. 

Menstrual or Hormonal Headache and Migraine

These types of headaches are similar to regular migraine, which may or may not have an aura. They can also involve nausea, vomiting, and light sensitivity. 

Abdominal Migraine

This sub-type of migraine is commonly seen in children. Common symptoms include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and loss of appetite. 

Hemiplegic Migraine

Hemiplegic migraine is a rare form of migraine that causes temporary weakness, tingling, paralysis, and numbness, alongside standard migraine symptoms. 

Migraines from ingestants (food/drink)

Migraines caused by food are reasonably common. Aged cheese, alcohol, chocolate, cured meats, and food preservatives can all lead to migraines in some people. 

Vestibular Migraine (vertigo)

Vestibular migraine, or migraine-associated vertigo, causes dizziness in those who have a history of migraine symptoms. You may not always have a headache with this condition. 

Cluster Headaches

Cluster headaches are short but often painful headaches that some people suffer from for days, weeks, or months at a time. They are considered one of the most painful types of headaches. 

Cyclic vomiting syndrome

This disorder causes tiredness, nausea, and vomiting, and is often diagnosed in young children. Episodes of cyclic vomiting syndrome can last from an hour to several days. 

Occipital neuralgia

Occpitital neuralgia is characterised by pain in the neck that spreads upwards in a piercing, throbbing fashion. It typically appears on one side of the head, in the upper neck, behind the ears, and back of the head. 

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