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Headache and Homoeopathy

© Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Sharma M.D. (Homoeopathy)

Dr. Swati Vishnoi B.H.M.S.

Dr. Preetika Lakhera B.H.M.S.

For well formatted and illustarted article, please see attached pdf file.

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Definition

Headache, also known as cephalalgia, is the symptom of pain or ache anywhere in the region of the head or neck viz. a pain located in the head, as over the eyes, at the temples, or at the base of the skull.

Synonyms

Sore head, cephalalgia, migraine; cephalalgy, hemicrania

Anatomy and Physiology of Headache

Peripheral nociceptors are stimulated in response to tissue injury, visceral distension, or other factors may induce pain. In such situations, pain perception is a normal physiologic response mediated by a healthy nervous system. Pain can also result when pain-producing pathways of the peripheral or central nervous system are damaged or inappropriately activated.

Headache may start from either of above or both mechanisms. Only a few cranial structures are pain producing –

  • Scalp
  • Middle meningeal artery
  • Dural sinuses
  • Falx cerebri
  • Proximal segments of the large pial arteries

The ventricular ependyma, choroid plexus, pial veins, and much of the brain parenchyma are not pain-producing.

Main structures participating in primary headache are-

  • Large intracranial vessels and dura mater and the peripheral terminals of the trigeminal nerve that innervate these structures
  • Caudal portion of the trigeminal nucleus, which extends into the dorsal horns of the upper cervical spinal cord and receives input from the first and second cervical nerve roots (the trigeminocervical complex)
  • Rostral pain-processing regions, such as the ventroposteromedial thalamus and the cortex
  • Pain-modulatory systems in the brain that modulate input from trigeminal nociceptors at all levels of the pain-processing pathways

The innervation of the large intracranial vessels and dura mater by the trigeminal nerve is known as the trigeminovascular system. Cranial autonomic symptoms, such as lacrimation and nasal congestion, are prominent in the trigeminal autonomic headaches, including cluster headache and paroxysmal hemicrania, and may also be seen in migraine. These autonomic symptoms reflect activation of cranial parasympathetic pathways, and functional imaging studies indicate that vascular changes in migraine and cluster headache, when present, are similarly driven by these cranial autonomic systems. Migraine and other primary headache types are not "vascular headaches"; these disorders do not reliably manifest vascular changes, and treatment outcomes cannot be predicted by vascular effects. Migraine is a brain disorder.

Causes

Primary headaches

A primary headache is caused by over activity (Psora) of or problems with pain-sensitive structures in head. Chemical activity in brain, nerves or blood vessels and muscles of head and neck can play a role in primary headaches. It may be genetic in some people (Syphilis).

Generally, primary headache is not a symptom of underlying disease. But, some primary headaches could be a symptom of an underlying disease. They include-

  • Chronic daily headaches (migraine, chronic tension-type headache, or hemicranias continua) (Psora)
  • Cough headaches (Psora)
  • Exercise headaches (Psora)
  • Sex headaches (Psora)

Some lifestyle factors may cause primary headaches-

  • Alcohol, red wine especially (Causa occasionalis)
  • Bad posture (Causa occasionalis)
  • Certain nitrates containing foods, like processed meats (Causa occasionalis)
  • Changes in sleep or lack of sleep (Causa occasionalis)
  • Skipped meals (Causa occasionalis)
  • Stress (Causa occasionalis)

Secondary headaches

A secondary headache is a symptom of an under running disease which can activate the pain-sensitive nerves of the head. These diseases may be-

  • Acute sinusitis (Psora/ Sycosis)
  • Arterial tears like carotid or vertebral dissections (Sycosis/ Syphilis)
  • Brain tumor (Psora/ Sycosis/ Syphilis)
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning (Causa occasionalis)
  • Chiari malformation (Sycosis/ Syphilis)
  • Concussion (Causa occasionalis)
  • Dehydration (Causa occasionalis)
  • Dental problems (Causa occasionalis)
  • Encephalitis (Psora/ Sycosis/ Syphilis)
  • Giant cell arteritis (Psora/ Sycosis)
  • Glaucoma especially acute angle closure glaucoma (Psora/ Sycosis)
  • Hangovers (Causa occasionalis)
  • Hypertension (Psora/ Sycosis)
  • Iatrogenesis (Causa occasionalis)
  • Influenza and other febrile illnesses (Psora)
  • Intracranial aneurysm (Sycosis)
  • Intracranial AVM (brain arteriovenous malformation) (Sycosis/ Syphilis)
  • Intracranial hematoma (Psora/ Sycosis)
  • Meningitis (Psora/ Sycosis/ Syphilis)
  • Middle ear infection (Psora/ Syphilis)
  • Monosodium glutamate (MSG) (Causa occasionalis)
  • Overuse of pain medication (Causa occasionalis)
  • Panic attacks and panic disorder (Psora)
  • Post-concussion syndrome (Psora)
  • Pressure from tight headgear, such as a helmet or goggles (Causa occasionalis)
  • Pseudotumor cerebri or idiopathic intracranial hypertension (Psora/ Sycosis)
  • Stroke (Psora/ Sycosis)
  • Thrombosis within the brain (Psora/ Sycosis)
  • Toxoplasmosis (Syphilis)
  • Trigeminal neuralgia as well as other neuralgias, all involving irritation of certain nerves connecting the face and brain (Psora)

Types

Headache may be primary or secondary-

Primary headache   

Most common primary headaches are-

  • Migraine- with and without aura
  • Tension headache or tension-type headache
  • Trigeminal autonomic cephalalgia (TAC)
    • Cluster headache
    • Paroxysmal hemicrania

Other primary headache types are-

  • Chronic daily headaches viz. chronic migraine, chronic tension-type headache, or hemicranias continua
  • Cough headaches
  • Exercise headaches
  • Sex headaches

Secondary headaches

Most common secondary headaches are-

  • External compression headaches as due to pressure by a cap or specs
  • Ice cream headaches or brain freeze
  • Rebound headaches, caused by overuse of pain medication
  • Sinus headaches
  • Spinal headaches due to low pressure of cerebrospinal fluid, possibly the result of spontaneous cerebrospinal fluid leak, spinal tap or spinal anesthesia
  • Thunderclap headaches, a group of disorders that involves sudden, severe headaches with multiple causes

Classification of headaches

1.       Migraine

a.       MIGRAINE WITHOUT AURA

b.       MIGRAINE WITH AURA

i.      Migraine with typical aura

ii.      Migraine with prolonged aura

iii.      Familial hemiplegic migraine

iv.      Basilar migraine

v.      Migraine aura without headache

vi.      Migraine with acute onset aura

c.       OPHTHALMOPLEGIC MIGRAINE

d.       RETINAL MIGRAINE

e.       CHILDHOOD PERIODIC SYNDROMES THAT MAY BE PRECURSORS TO OR ASSOCIATED WITH MIGRAINE

i.      Benign paroxysmal vertigo of childhood

ii.      Alternating hemiplegia of childhood

f.        COMPLICATIONS OF MIGRAINE

i.      Status migrainosus

ii.      Migrainous infarction

g.       MIGRAINOUS DISORDER NOT FULFILLING ABOVE CRITERIA

2.       Tension-type headache

a.       EPISODIC TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE

i.      Episodic tension-type headache associated with disorder of pericranial muscles

ii.      Episodic tension-type headache unassociated with disorder of pericranial muscles

b.       CHRONIC TENSION-TYPE HEADACHE

i.      Chronic tension-type headache associated with disorder of pericranial muscles

ii.      Chronic tension-type headache unassociated with disorder of pericranial muscles

c.       HEADACHE OF THE TENSION-TYPE NOT FULFILLING ABOVE CRITERIA

3.       Cluster headache and chronic paroxysmal hemicrania

a.       CLUSTER HEADACHE

i.      Cluster headache periodicity undetermined

ii.      Episodic cluster headache

iii.      Chronic cluster headache

iv.      Unremitting from onset

v.      Evolved from episodic

b.       CHRONIC PAROXYSMAL HEMICRANIA

c.       CLUSTER HEADACHE-LIKE DISORDER NOT FULFILLING ABOVE CRITERIA

4.       Miscellaneous headaches unassociated with structural lesion

a.       IDIOPATHIC STABBING HEADACHE

b.       EXTERNAL COMPRESSION HEADACHE

c.       COLD STIMULUS HEADACHE

i.      External application of a cold stimulus

ii.      Ingestion of a cold stimulus

d.       BENIGN COUGH HEADACHE

e.       BENIGN EXERTIONAL HEADACHE

f.        HEADACHES ASSOCIATED WITH SEXUAL ACTIVITY

i.      Dull type

ii.      Explosive type

iii.      Postural type

5.       Headache associated with head trauma

a.       ACUTE POST-TRAUMATIC HEADACHE

i.      With significant head trauma and/or confirmatory signs

ii.      With minor head trauma and no confirmatory signs

b.       CHRONIC POST-TRAUMATIC HEADACHE

i.      With significant head trauma and/or confirmatory signs

ii.      With minor head trauma and no confirmatory signs

6.       Headache associated with vascular disorders

a.       ACUTE ISCHEMIC CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE

i.      Transient ischemic attack (TIA)

ii.      Thromboembolic stroke

b.       INTRACRANIAL HEMATOMA

i.      Intracerebral hematoma

ii.      Subdural hematoma

iii.      Epidural hematoma

c.       SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE

d.       UNRUPTURED VASCULAR MALFORMATION

i.      Arteriovenous malformation

ii.      Saccular aneurysm

e.       ARTERITIS

i.      Giant-cell arteritis

ii.      Other systemic arteritides

iii.      Primary intracranial arteritis

f.        CAROTID OR VERTEBRAL ARTERY PAIN

i.      Carotid or vertebral dissection

ii.      Carotidynia (idiopathic)

iii.      Post-endarterectomy headache

g.       VENOUS THROMBOSIS

h.       ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION

i.      Acute pressure response to exogenous agent

ii.      Pheochromocytoma

iii.      Malignant (accelerated) hypertension

iv.      Pre-eclampsia and eclampsia

i.         HEADACHE ASSOCIATED WITH OTHER VASCULAR DISORDER

7.       Headache associated with non-vascular intracranial disorder

a.       HIGH CEREBROSPINAL FLUID PRESSURE

i.      Benign intracranial hypertension

ii.      High pressure hydrocephalus

b.       LOW CEREBROSPINAL FLUID PRESSURE

i.      Post-lumbar puncture headache

ii.      Cerebrospinal fluid fistula headache

c.       INTRACRANIAL INFECTION

d.       INTRACRANIAL SARCOIDOSIS AND OTHER NONINFECTIOUS INFLAMMATORY DISEASES

e.       HEADACHE RELATED TO INTRATHECAL INJECTIONS

i.      Direct effect

ii.      Due to chemical meningitis

f.        INTRACRANIAL NEOPLASM

g.       HEADACHE ASSOCIATED WITH OTHER INTRACRANIAL DISORDER

8.       Headache associated with substances or their withdrawal

a.       HEADACHE INDUCED BY ACUTE SUBSTANCE USE OR EXPOSURE

i.      Nitrate/nitrite-induced headache

ii.      Monosodium glutamate-induced headache

iii.      Carbon monoxide-induced headache

iv.      Alcohol-induced headache

v.      Other substances

b.       HEADACHE INDUCED BY CHRONIC SUBSTANCE USE OR EXPOSURE

i.      Ergotamine-induced headache

ii.      Analgesics abuse headache

iii.      Other substances

c.       HEADACHE FROM SUBSTANCE WITHDRAWAL (ACUTE USE)

i.      Alcohol withdrawal headache (hangover)

ii.      Other substances

d.       HEADACHE FROM SUBSTANCE WITHDRAWAL (CHRONIC USE)

i.      Ergotamine withdrawal headache

ii.      Caffeine withdrawal headache

iii.      Narcotics abstinence headache

iv.      Other substances

e.       HEADACHE ASSOCIATED WITH SUBSTANCES BUT WITH UNCERTAIN MECHANISM

i.      Birth control pills or estrogens

ii.      Other substances

9.       Headache associated with non-cephalic infection

a.       VIRAL INFECTION

i.      Focal non-cephalic

ii.      Systemic

b.       BACTERIAL INFECTION

i.      Focal non-cephalic

ii.      Systemic (septicemia)

c.       HEADACHE RELATED TO OTHER INFECTION

10.   Headache associated with metabolic disorder

a.       HYPOXIA

i.      High altitude headache

ii.      Hypoxic headache (low pressure environment, pulmonary disease causing hypoxia) Sleep apnea headache

b.       HYPERCAPNIA

c.       MIXED HYPOXIA AND HYPERCAPNIA

d.       HYPOGLYCEMIA

e.       DIALYSIS

f.        HEADACHE RELATED TO OTHER METABOLIC ABNORMALITY

11.   Headache or facial pain associated with disorder of cranium, neck, eyes, ears, nose, sinuses, teeth, mouth or other facial or cranial structures

a.       CRANIAL BONE

b.       NECK

i.      Cervical spine

ii.      Retropharyngeal tendinitis

c.       EYES

i.      Acute glaucoma

ii.      Refractive errors

iii.      Heterophoria or heterotropia

d.       EARS

e.       NOSE AND SINUSES

i.      Acute sinus headache

ii.      Other diseases of nose or sinuses

f.        TEETH, JAWS AND RELATED STRUCTURES

g.       TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISEASE

12.   Cranial neuralgias, nerve trunk pain and deafferentation pain

a.       PERSISTENT (IN CONTRAST TO TIC-LIKE) PAIN OF CRANIAL NERVE ORIGIN

i.      Compression or distortion of cranial nerves and second or third cervical roots

ii.      Demyelination of cranial nerves

iii.      Optic neuritis (retro-bulbar neuritis)

iv.      Infarction of cranial nerves

v.      Diabetic neuritis

vi.      Inflammation of cranial nerves

vii.      Herpes zoster

viii.      Chronic post-herpetic neuralgia

ix.      Tolosa-Hunt syndrome

x.      Neck-tongue syndrome

xi.      Other causes of persistent pain of cranial nerve origin

b.       TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA

i.      Idiopathic trigeminal neuralgia

ii.      Symptomatic trigeminal neuralgia

iii.      Compression of trigeminal root or ganglion

iv.      Central lesions

c.       GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL NEURALGIA

i.      Idiopathic glossopharyngeal neuralgia

ii.      Symptomatic glossopharyngeal neuralgia

d.       NERVUS INTERMEDIUS NEURALGIA

e.       SUPERIOR LARYNGEAL NEURALGIA

f.        OCCIPITAL NEURALGIA

g.       CENTRAL CAUSES OF HEAD AND FACIAL PAIN OTHER THAN TIC DOULOUREUX

i.      Anesthesia dolorosa

ii.      Thalamic pain

h.       FACIAL PAIN NOT FULFILLING CRITERIA IN GROUPS 11 AND 12

13.   Headache not classifiable

Signs and symptoms

Some common types of headache are explained below-

Allergy Headaches

Generalized headache, nasal congestion, watery eyes. Caused by seasonal allergens, such as pollen, molds.

Aneurysm

May mimic frequent migraine or cluster headaches, caused aneurysm. May rupture to allow blood to leak slowly resulting in a sudden, unbearable headache, double vision, rigid neck with rapid unconsciousness.

Arthritis Headaches

Pain at the back of head or neck worse on movement, caused by inflammation of the blood vessels of the head or bony changes in the structures of the neck.

Caffeine-Withdrawal Headaches

Throbbing headache caused by rebound dilation of the blood vessels, occurring several days after consumption of large quantities of caffeine.

Chronic Daily Headaches

Headache disorders occurring more than 15 days a month, two categories are determined by duration of the headache- less than four hours and more than four hours. It typically evolves from transformed migraine. Although not related to chronic tension-type headache, they can evolve from episodic tension-type headache and can be associated with medication abuse.

Cluster Headaches

Excruciating pain in the vicinity of the eye with lachrymation, nasal congestion and flushing of the face. Pain often develops during sleep and may last for several hours. Attacks occur every day for weeks, or even months, then disappears for up to a year.

Depression and Headaches

People with painful organic diseases often become depressed and start headaches. Causes may be physical, emotional, and psychic.

Exertion Headaches

Generalized head pain of short duration, minutes to an hour, during or following physical exertion like running, jumping, or sexual intercourse, or passive exertion like sneezing, coughing, defecation etc. Very few percentage is caused by organic diseases like aneurysms, tumors, or blood vessel malformation and remaining by migraine or cluster headaches.

Eyestrain Headaches

Usually frontal, bilateral pain directly related to eyestrain, caused by muscle imbalance, uncorrected vision and astigmatism.

Fever Headaches

Generalized head pain developing with fever and is caused by the swelling of the blood vessels of the head, often secondary to an infection.

Hangover Headaches

Migraine-like symptoms of throbbing pain and nausea, but it is not localized to one side. It is caused by alcohol, which causes dilation and irritation of the blood vessels of the brain and surrounding tissue.

Hormone headaches

Headaches in women are often caused by hormones, and many women notice a link with their periods. The combined contraceptive pill, the menopause and pregnancy are also potential triggers.

Hunger Headaches

This type of headache strikes just before mealtime and is caused by muscle tension, low blood sugar, and rebound dilation of the blood vessels, oversleeping, or missing a meal.

Hypertension Headaches

Generalized or “hairband” type pain that is worse in the morning and better throughout the day, caused by severe hypertension: over 200 systolic and 110 diastolic.

Medication and painkiller headaches

Some headaches are a side effect of taking a particular medication. Frequent headaches can also be caused by taking too many painkillers. This is known as a painkiller or medication-overuse headache.

Menstrual Headaches

Migraine-type pain that occurs shortly before, during, or immediately after menstruation or at mid-cycle i.e. at time of ovulation. It is caused by alterations in estrogen levels.

Migraine

Migraine with Aura

Aura or warning signs develop, which may include visual disturbances or numbness in arm or leg. Aura subsides within 30 minutes followed by severe pain. It is caused by a hereditary component. Other factors include certain foods, contraceptive pill or menopausal hormones, excessive hunger, changes in altitude, weather, lights, excessive smoking, and emotional stress.

Migraine without Aura

Severe, one-sided throbbing pain, often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, cold hands, sensitivity to sound and light. Causes are often same as that with aura.

New Daily Persistent Headache

It has a rapid development, usually less than three days of unyielding headache and typically presents in a person with no past history of headache. It does not develop from migraine or episodic tension-type headache but begins as a new headache and may be the result of a viral infection.

Post-Traumatic Headaches

Localized or generalized pain, can mimic migraine or tension-type headache symptoms. Headaches usually occur on daily basis and are frequently resistant to treatment. Pain can occur after relatively minor traumas, but the cause of the pain often difficult to diagnose.

Sinus Headaches

Gnawing pain over nasal area, often increasing in severity throughout day. Pain is caused by acute infection, usually with fever, producing blockage of sinus ducts and preventing normal drainage. It is caused by infection, nasal polyps, anatomical deformities, such as deviated septum that blocks the sinus ducts.

Temporal Arteritis

A boring, burning, or stabbing pain caused by inflammation of the temporal arteries. Pain is often around the ear worse when chewing. It may be seen during weight loss and eyesight problems. Cause is unknown. May be due to immune disorder.

Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Headaches

A muscle-contraction type of pain, sometimes accompanied by a painful “clicking” sound on opening of the jaw. It is an infrequent cause of headache. It is caused by malocclusion, stress, and jaw clenching

Tension-Type Headaches

Dull, non-throbbing pain, frequently bilateral, associated with tightness of scalp or neck with constant degree of severity. It is caused by emotional stress or hidden depression.

Tic Douloureux Headaches

Short, shot like pain in trigger areas found in the face around the mouth or jaw, frequency and duration of pain varies. Cause is unknown, pain from chewing, cold air, touching face may be triggering factors. It may result from neurological disease, such as multiple sclerosis.

Tumor Headache

Pain progressively worsens and accompanies projectile vomiting with possible visual disturbances of speech or personality changes, problems with equilibrium, gait, or coordination and seizures. The cause of tumor is usually unknown.

Homoeopathic therapeutics for Headache

  • Headache comes on suddenly with feelings of anxiety or apprehension. Sensation as if there is a tight band around the skull, or the brain is being forced out of the head- Aconite
  • For congested, throbbing pain in the temples or over the eyes, with red face or bloodshot eyes, and vomiting of undigested food- Ferrum phos
  • Throbbing, drumming, congestive pain, with enlarged pupils and glassy eyes, patient flushed and restless, headache worse in the sun or from sudden movement- Belladonna
  • Sudden bursting, throbbing, hammering pain, often after exposure to the hot sun- Glonoine
  • Bursting, throbbing headache, improved by nosebleed or onset of menstrual bleeding- Melilotus
  • Stinging, stabbing or burning headache, rest of the body feels bruised and tender. There is usually no thirst, and the symptoms are worse in hot, stuffy surroundings- Apis
  • Headaches from nervous tension, with piercing frontal pain and neck tension in zealous, irritable types, who suffer from insomnia- Nux vomica
  • Headache with dull, congestive, hammering pain, patient feels heavy and stupefied. May feel like there is a band around the head, with trembling of the hands and shivers up the spine- Gelsemium
  • After excessive alcohol or rich food, irritable and oversensitive, worse in morning. Nux vomica is the hangover remedy- Nux vomica
  • Dull, heavy headache, with profusion of tears, watery discharge from the nose or profuse saliva, frequently associated with constipation- Nat mur  
  • Headache from exhaustion, with apathy and inability to think or reflect. After severe debilitating illness, overwork, or in children who are growing too rapidly- Phos ac
  • Headaches of purely nervous character, from overstrain of the mental faculties, worry, sleeplessness or stress, in schoolchildren, students and overworked intellectuals- Kali phos
  • Student's headaches; inability for thought, better from cheerful excitement or gentle motion- Kali phos
  • Neuralgic headaches: excruciating, stinging, darting pain. Heat and pressure relieves, cold aggravates- Mag phos
  • Sick headaches, with giddiness and dullness, bitter taste, greenish-gray coated tongue- Nat sulph
  • Headache with white-coated tongue, or vomiting and hawking of white mucus- Kali mur
  • Headache or migraine that often comes periodically, such as on Sundays or holidays with profuse vomiting that is acrid and burning- Iris vers
  • Headaches with sparks before the eyes- Mag phos
  • Migraine with pain under the eyes, especially the right side, accompanied by yellowish vomit, thick and sticky- Kali bich
  • Migraine or headache, with pain starting in the forehead and ending in the back of the head, with constipation- Lac deflor
  • Migraine worse from vibration, such as a lot of noise or talk, beginning each time on the opposite side, or starting at the base of the skull and settling over one eye- Lac caninum
  • Periodic migraine, coming on every 7 days, affecting especially the left side, beginning in the morning and worse from smells, noise, light and movement. Pains start at base of skull and extend over head to right eye- Sanguinaria
  • Hammering headache, preceded by misty vision or zig-zag lights- Nat mur
  • Headache from eyestrain or from close application to fine work- Ruta grav
  • Headache with offensive taste in mouth, bad breath, worse at night and in the morning- Mercurius
  • Headache with painful, watering eyes, intolerance of bright light- Euphrasia
  • Headache with dry mouth and bruised, sharp, stabbing pain, made better by pressure and worse by the slightest motion; patient must lie still, with room dark and quiet- Bryonia
  • Headaches with a cold feeling in the head, or with creeping numbness and pain- Calc phos
  • From overwork or emotional distress, in tearful types, better in the open air- Pulsatilla
  • Headaches of young girls with irregular menstruation and watery discharges- Nat mur
  • Pain beginning in the neck, coming over the head, and ending in one eye- Silicea
  • Bruised pain, especially after a blow- Arnica
  • Headache on the crown of the head, with acid, sour regurgitations, creamy-coated tongue- Nat phos
  • Headache with wandering or changeable pain- Pulsatilla
  • As if temples were being screwed together- Lycopodium
  • With burning on top of head- Sulphur
  • Worse 4-8 p.m. - Lycopodium
  • Worse from jarring, lying down- Belladonna
  • Pain reduced by bending head backwards- Hypericum

Repertory of Headache

Afterpains - headache, with – intolerable cham. cimic.

Afterpains - headache, with hyper.

Appetite - increased, hunger - headache – before epiph.

Appetite - increased, hunger - headache – with bry. kali-c. kali-s. Phos. PSOR. sel. sep.

Back - alternating, sides - headache, with acon. aloe alum. brom. ign. meli. sep.

Brain - concussion - headache, from kali-br.

Coryza - headache, then ant-c.

Cough - headache, with carb-v. sulph.

Ears - discharge, from - headache – after absin.

Ears - discharge, from - headache – with psor.

Epistaxis - headache – after ant-c. sep.

Epistaxis - headache – during acon. agar.

Eructations - headache, with calc. cimic. mag-m.

Eyelids - closed, shut - headache, with nat-m.

Eyes - opening difficult - headache during nat-m. tarent.

Eyes - sand - headache, during lac-d.

Eyes - staring - headache, during Bell. Glon. Stram.

Eyes - stones, little, full of, during headache lac-d.

Face - heat - headache, with chinin-s.

Face - red - headache, during bell. glon. meli.

Feet - coldness - headache, during gels. meli. sep. vario.

Forehead - wrinkled - headache, during caust. grat. stram. verat.

Hair - falling - headache, after ant-c. hep. nit-ac. sep. sil.

Hands - cold - headache, during ambr. vario.

Hands - cold - icy - headache, with vario.

Head external - scalp - lumps, nodes - headache, with sil.

Hearing - illusory sounds, noises - headache, during Chin. form. naja puls. sil.

Hearing - illusory sounds, noises - ringing - headache, during chin.

Heart - aching - headache, with crot-h.

Heart - palpitation - headache; with - beating in nat-m.

Heart - palpitation - headache; with – congestion scop.

Heart - palpitation - headache; with brom. calc-ar.

Irritable - headache, during syph.

Joyous - headache, during ther.

Lachrymation - headache, during apis ign. mez. plat. puls.

Leucorrhoea - headache, with plat.

Loquacity - incoherent, rambling - headache, during bar-c. lach. stram.

Lumbar back - pain - headache, alternating with aloe

Nausea - headache during - trembling of body, with borx.

Nausea - headache during ant-c. caust. cocc. con. ip. iris sang. stront-c.

Navel and region - aching, headache, with lept.

Neck and nape - stiff - headache, with sil.

Neck and nape - weak, tired - headache, with - falls, forwards nux-m.

Neck and nape - weak, tired - headache, with fago.

Numbness insensibility - general, whole body - headache, during cedr.

Saliva - increased - headache, with epiph. Merc. nat-s.

Spine - pain, in, relieves the headache - sciatica, during petr.

Spine - pain, in, relieves the headache kali-p.

Spleen - stitching - headache, with urt-u.

Stomach - empty, hollow, sinking, weak feeling - headache, during sep.

Stools - involuntary, hurried - headache, with mosch.

Sweat - amel - headache, except eup-per.

Taste - bitter - headache, with calc-p.

Thirst - headache, with mag-m. pulx.

Trembling, tremors - headache, with borx.

Urination - difficult, painful, dysuria, strangury - headache, with, in children con. senec.

Urination - frequent - headache, with vib.

Urine - profuse, copious, increased - headache, with iris lac-d. mosch. ol-an. vib.

Urine - scanty - headache, then iod. ol-an.

Vertex - itches, headache during verat.

Vertigo - headache – before calc. plat. plb. til.

Vertigo - headache – with apis bell. calc. con. croc. ferr. iod. lac-c. lil-t. nux-v. onos. sil. stront-c. sulph.

Vertigo - turning - then headache rhus-t.

Vision - blindness, loss of vision, affections of - headache – after sil.

Vision - blindness, loss of vision, affections of - headache – with caust.

Vision - headache - after agg caust. con. Lach. Phos. sil. Sulph.

Vision - headache - before agg gels. glon. graph. iris KALI-BI. lach. Nat-m. Phos. podo. PSOR. Sep. sil. Sulph. ther. Tub.

Vision - headache - during agg bell. iris ph-ac. podo. Puls. zinc.

Vision - hemiopia - headache, then nat-m.

Vision - sparks - headache, during chel. Mag-p.

Vision - weak - headache, with zinc.

Vomiting - headache, with bry. caust. Chel. cocc. Ip. Iris meli. NUX-V. PULS. Sang. sep. verat.

Waterbrash - headache, with mag-m.

Yawning - headache, and form. staph.

Bibliography

 Encyclopedia Homoeopathica

 Radar 10

Chapter 87. Headache Principles and Practice of Hospital Medicine

  Chapter 9. Headache The Patient History: An Evidence-Based Approach to Differential Diagnosis

 Chapter 20. Headache CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment Emergency Medicine, 7e

 Chapter 229. Headache The Color Atlas of Family Medicine, 2e

 Headache Symptom to Diagnosis: An Evidence-Based Guide, 3e

 Chapter 10. Headache and Other Craniofacial Pains Adams & Victor's Principles of Neurology, 10e

 Treating Headaches in Older Adults Current Diagnosis & Treatment: Geriatrics

 Headache in Children Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e

 Headache Tintinalli’s Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 8e

 Headache & Facial Pain Clinical Neurology, 9e

 Evaluation & Management of Headache CURRENT Diagnosis & Treatment: Family Medicine, 4e

 Headache Harrison's Manual of Medicine, 19e

 

 

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