One of the most common discomforts that we all have experienced is a headache. It is really fortunate they normally go away without causing more problems. Also, many chronic headaches, such as migraines and cluster headaches, are not recognised signs of more critical, underlying problems. To improve your life, they may need to be treated, but they won’t place your life in danger. But there are some types of headaches you have to be careful about. They are considered possible warning signs of more severe health problems.

Go to your doctor immediately, if you experience any of the following symptoms.

‘Thunderclap’ Headache

An extremely severe headache thunderclap headache come on rapidly. It causes intense pain and develops in 60 seconds or less. It indicates bleeding in the brain after an aneurysm, stroke or other injuries.

Headache Changes Its Tune

Migraines or tension headaches are terrible., but they are not to be worried. But, if your headaches become more and more severe, and different from usual, then it is time to meet your doctor.

Headache with Temperature or Stiff Neck

A headache coupled with a fever or a stiff neck may cause mean encephalitis or meningitis. Encephalitis is an infection of the brain, and meningitis is a disease of the membrane that encloses the brain. Both of them can be lethal.

Ache is Behind or Around Your Eye

If you a headache combined with eye pain and along with that if your vision is affected, then don’t delay to see your doctor. It might be acute glaucoma or a buildup of pressure in your eye which results in reduced blood flow, and it may lead to blindness.

Headache Concentrated in your Temple

If you are a person aged above 50 and you get headaches on both of your temples, then it could indicate temporal arteries. Consult your doctor immediately if you have blurry vision. It can result in blindness if not treated well.

Headache After You Hit Your Head

If you bumped your head somewhere and are on blood thinners, then headache might be a sign of subdural hematoma or slow bleed inside your brain. As this situation can be fatal, seek medical attention quickly.

Your Headache Might be Contagious

If you have a headache and at the same time, anyone in your family or office are complaining about the same, then that’s unusual, and it indicates C02 poisoning. Soon after you step outside, your headache eases. Open your windows or doors to allow some fresh air to get in.