Headache usually is not a serious condition, but it is allowed to prolong it can be harmful.
See a doctor if you have these serious warning signs or red flags:
- Having a fever.
- If you are more than 40 years old.
- Does not lessen after taking light painkiller.
- Very frequent and severe headache.
- A different headache than that you experienced usually.
- Worsen with coughing or sneezing.
- After an accident involving head.
- Stiff neck.
- Hallucinating/feeling dreamy/delusional.
- Experiencing seizure.
- Feeling weak and numb.
- Blurry vision or cannot see at all or become blind.
- Having headache for more than a week, worsen at night or early morning.
- Nausea, vomiting.
- Loss of appetite and body weight.
- A hypertension or high blood pressure, cancer or HIV sufferer.
See a doctor if you have one or a combination of above factors.Sponsored links: