When you are feeling like the world is spinning and you can’t think straightly you might be experiencing a headache. According to qualified doctors at CEDA health in Miami there are different types and causes, like tension, migraine, cluster, and sinus headaches.
Tension headaches make up 90% of the cases in adults. They are stress-induced, and can occur daily. Migraines are the second most common cases, but women tend to suffer from them more than men. Although migraines are less common than tension headaches, they do vary in length (they can last a few hours or days and occur multiple times a month).
At CEDA health center we know even the smallest differences between the conditions we treat. Cluster headaches are frequently felt around the eyes and are the worst type of headache, because they can last throughout the day. A person can experience them for months and then stop for years until he/she suffers from them again. Sinus headaches usually affect the cheek or nose area, as well as the temple. They are caused when the sinus gets irritated, which produces pain and inflammation in the face.
Here there is a list of the factors that may trigger a headache:
- Change in illumination
- Excessive exercise
Other factors that can cause headaches are: flu, contamination, throat swelling or your ear growing ill. Sometimes when you make an accidental movement and bump your head, you can also suffer from a headache. Using drugs or not eating properly or when you should, irregular sleeping sequences or even improper poise can be contributing factors. Powerful scents such as smoke, perfume, and specific nutriment can trigger a headache too.
What remedies can I take if I suffer from headache?
Fatigue, heaving, gagging, eye soreness, vertigo, feeling lightheaded, and stroke are some of the symptoms of hard headaches. But don’t worry, for each kind of headache there is an appropriate treatment. If you live in or near any of the following locations then please schedule an appointment at CEDA health center:
|South Miami, FL
Coral Gables, FL
Key Biscayne, FL
Miami Springs, FL
Downtown/Little Havana, FL
Miami Beach, FL
Doctors at CEDA health center recommend for tension headaches to take pills like acetaminophen, ibuprofen, or aspirin. For migraines they suggest to use triptans, pills, vaccinations, and coverings over the epidermis. Biofeedback and osteopathy are other treatment options. Biofeedback helps pinpoint the stressors causing the muscles stress, while osteopathy uses cervical manipulation to soften the muscle tension in the region above the shoulders and the back.
Acupuncture, the application of needles in particular points of the body, has also been proved to be helpful in releasing stress. Check with our chiropractors at CEDA health center which other treatments can be useful for you. They can offer you spinal alignment to relieve trauma caused by headaches, nerve compression, pain in arms and legs, as well as shoulder, neck and back pain, as well as manipulation of the affected areas to resolve the aforementioned issues.
Hands-on care is used to manipulate the vertebrae. Another service we offer at CEDA health center in Miami is the activator method, which gives the spinal cord the force that it needs.
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At CEDA Orthopedics & Interventional Medicine, our physicians and chiropractic team will work with you to give you the best treatment.
Call now to book a consultation! 786-201-8503
Ceda Health – South Miami
6075 Sunset Drive, 4th Floor
South Miami, FL 33143
Ceda Health – FIU/Kendall
11890 SW 8th Street, Suite 400
Miami, FL 33184
Ceda Health – Hialeah
755 East 49th
Hialeah, FL 33013
Ceda Health – Downtown/Little Havana
2190 West Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33135