why does my head hurt when i laugh

Laughing can cause a number of changes in the body, two of which may cause headache. The blood pressure to the head (not the brain) may be increased, and can cause pain in the small arteries of the scalp, and the act of laughing can cause muscle tension in the face and neck to increase. If you have a slight tendency to muscle tension then it may just tip the balance. Having said that though, you should be thoroughly checked to make sure - to get to the root of the problem, you need what is called a Бmultidisciplinary assessmentБ. There are so many different structures in the head and neck, all of which can be involved in the headache process, that no single specialist can have all the knowledge necessary to make a comprehensive assessment and diagnosis. For instance, a neurologist will examine the brain and nervous system, a physiotherapist will look at the muscles, a dentist will examine the teeth etc.


For this reason, the Бmultidisciplinary assessmentБ combines and integrates the expertise of different specialists who would normally treat headache patients in isolation, into a single more comprehensive body of knowledge. This assessment must include a thorough examination of the head and neck muscles to determine the presence of abnormal tension. This enables the different members of the team to provide a co-ordinated treatment plan, so that all the contributing factors are addressed. Headache sufferers often have a poor Quality of Life due to the constant pain and associated symptoms. For a free assessment of how your headaches are affecting your Quality of Life, click on http://www. headacheclinic. co. za/
This information has been supplied and checked by the multidisciplinary team of specialists at The Headache Clinic, in association with The International Headache Society and the South African Institute of Headache and Migraine Science.


For consultation with these specialists, call The Headache Clinic (Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg) on 0861 678 911. Thanks for the answers again. By the way my first panic attack was when I was playing a soccer game (FIFA) and I have to look up to the TV (I sit right infront of it) and I felt on the right side of my neck then my breathing went really bad, they checked my neck and stuff said it was fine. I got go scared. I had no knowledge of panic attacks before. I never knew it did all of this to you.


Like when I m outside and stuff and distracted I feel fine, I think staying home all day on the computer from Jan 25 (when I broke my teeth to March 4th) I broke my hand as well so couldn t right. I need to get out of this room. I never imagined of having this in my life. I m a class clown, funny guy in general, I still am but have weird moments. Also I was feeling lightheated walking home today (20 min walk) but I pulled myself together. And yeah my neck hurts right now, might be posture related. What can I do to fix this. Oh also I beatbox which puts a lot of pressure on my neck, I do a sound where I suck in air with my lips in a compressed to make a sub bass type of sound, and my jaws feel numb and stuff. Should I stop beatboxing for a while?

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