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ប្រភេទទាំង ៦​ នៃការឈឺក្បាល - 6 Types of Headaches - ខំរៀន



Published on Aug 10, 2015
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(0:54) Cervicogenic (Neck)
(1:27) Blood Sugar or Thyroid
(2:08) Migraine
(3:50) Vascular Fragility or Protein Escape
(5:15) Cluster
(6:22) Frontal Sinus or Sinusitis

Hi, I'm Dr. Jared Nielsen. I'd like to talk to you today about six types of headache and differentiate them for our health as a discussion.
Number one, a cervicogenic, or neck related, or generated headache. Number two a blood sugar, or thyroid type headache. Number three a migraine type headache, number four vascular fragility or a protein escape headache, number five a cluster headache, and number six frontal sinus, or sinusitis related headache.
So many people suffer from headaches, and headaches really are not normal. So often I have a patient that comes in and says, "I've had normal headaches like once a day, once a week, once a month," and that really is unacceptable. Head pain and headaches really should not exist.
When we look at the differentiation of headaches the first headache that we think of is the headache that comes on as the day progresses. This is typically the headache where you feel tension in the back of the head, comes forward to the eye, and typically timing occurs in the afternoon, or as the day progresses.
Usually the hallmark of this headache is that it's resolved by rest. This is called a cervicogenic headache, or a neck generated headache. Typically the correction is simply a chiropractic adjustment, or some type of a physical therapy modality.
The second type of headache I'd like to discuss is a blood sugar imbalance, or a thyroid headache. This is differentiated typically by a headache that you wake up with. AM headaches that are relieved by eating are typically a blood sugar headache...

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