5 Things Your Headache Might Indicate

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Possible Cause 1: Giant Cell Arteritis
GCA (Giant Cell Arteritis) is inflammation of blood vessels. It mainly strikes people of older age. Vessels are most affected in the head ... more 
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Possible Cause 1: Giant Cell Arteritis
GCA (Giant Cell Arteritis) is inflammation of blood vessels. It mainly strikes people of older age. Vessels are most affected in the head and scalp area, which helps clarify the existence of pain. It strikes people above 60 years of age in form of throbbing, persistent headache mainly near the eyes or at the temple. Other possible symptoms of the condition are sweating, loss of energy, blurred vision, jaw pain and weakness, and increased lymph nodes.
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Headaches are one of the most commonly reported symptoms. The symptom has a variety of types and is caused due to various reasons. Most headaches are not too serious; however, a hangover, stress, falling, cold or the "brain freeze" resulting due to consuming ice-cream are be alarming. Headaches reveal early signs that something could be going wrong inside the body.

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