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Head of Pain

Knowing what type of headache you have is the first step in treating it properly.

With more than 100 types of headache categories out there, can you ever know what type you have? Yes, you can. And fortunately for you, most types of headache are rare. In fact, chances are, if you’ve got a headache, it’s one of the five most common types of headaches.

Treatment for finding relief often depends on what type of headache you’re suffering from, so correct diagnosis is important.

To help determine what variety of headache you’re prone to, you may want to keep a diary of your headache symptoms. Write down the time of day and date you get headaches, recent foods you ate before the headache, emotions you experience when the headache comes on, type of pain, and length of pain. Then use this to figure out what type of headache you experienced and how to treat it.

Here’s a brief description of the most common types of headaches and the best treatment for each.


By far the most common type of headache among adults and teens, tension headaches result in a dull and achy pain that ranges from mild to moderate.

You’ll feel pain on both sides of your head and may feel like something is squeezing your head. Tension headaches are often brought on by stress, hunger, irregular sleep patterns, neck strain (staring at computer screen all day), poor posture, alcohol use, or depression. You may experience these headaches only occasionally or they may be chronic, and they can last anywhere from half an hour to a week.

Most tension headaches are successfully treated with over-the-counter pain medications. Relaxation therapies such as meditation or regular exercise to reduce stress may also be beneficial.


A painful variety of headache, migraines affect women more than men and brings on pain that is throbbing and often intense. Pain may only be on one side of the head and may worsen with activity. Migraines may also cause sensitivity to sound, odor, or light and cause visual disturbances, nausea, and vomiting.

When suffering a migraine, all you’ll want to do is lie in a quiet, dark room. Migraines can last anywhere from several hours to three days. The cause is unknown but triggers include hormones (when it’s that time of the month), dehydration, alcohol, hunger, odors, chocolate, cheese, or vitamin deficiencies.

If you suffer migraines, do your best to avoid triggers. Use over-the-counter pain relievers and prescription drugs, get plenty of rest, place cold or hot compresses on your head, and drink small amounts of caffeine for relief.


Worst of all headaches is a cluster headache. These headaches are fairly rare, affect more men than women, and smokers are more susceptible to them. Pain is an intense burning or piercing that either throbs in your head or is a constant. It is usually felt around one eye and can last 15 minutes to several hours. Many people feel a sense of restless agitation while the pain lasts. You may have a cluster headache several times a day for several weeks or months. Then they go away for a few months only to come back again.

Since pain comes on suddenly and may go away quickly, over-the-counter meds often don’t help. Injections, nasal sprays, or inhalation medications may provide fast relief.


When your sinuses, the area around your eyes, nose, and cheeks, are inflamed or swollen due to infection, a sinus headache ensues. You’ll feel a deep, constant pain in your forehead and cheekbones that may worsen with movement. A sinus headache often occurs along with additional symptoms including a runny nose, stuffy feeling in the ears, facial swelling, and a fever.
Treat the infection appropriately, and your sinus headache will go away.

Medication Over-Use

Taking pain medication to relieve a headache more than two or three days a week can lead to rebound headaches. This happens when the frequent use of medication causes the brain to overreact, triggering a headache. Or the brain may go into state of withdrawal when medication wears off, resulting in a dull, throbbing headache that last all day.

Stop a rebound headache by weaning yourself off of pain medication slowly. Then limit the number of days you use pain medication to less than 10 days each month.