Memory change or Memory loss also referred to as amnesia, is an abnormal degree of forgetfulness and/or inability to recall past events caused by a physical or psychological condition. Memory loss can be temporary or permanent. Memory loss may be due to many conditions such as small strokes in the brain, diabetes, high blood pressure, nutritional deficiencies, reactions to medications and alcoholism.
1.Primary headaches - occur when there are pain-sensitive structures in your head and it isn't a symptom of an underlying disease.They include:
Tension headaches - tenderness or sensitivity around your neck,aching sensation all over your head.
Cluster headaches- characterized by intense burning or piercing pain behind or around one eye.
Migraine headaches- are an intense throbbing pain on just one side of the head.
2.Secondary headaches - are those that are due to an underlying structural or infectious problem in the head or neck.They include:
Allergy or sinus headaches-as a result of an allergic reaction.
Menstrual headaches- related to changes in hormone levels.
Caffeine headaches- Having too much caffeine can give you a headache, as can quitting caffeine “cold turkey.”
Exertion headaches- happen quickly after periods of intense physical activity.
Hypertension headaches- High blood pressure can cause you to have a headache.
Rebound headaches- also known as medication overuse headaches result from taking painkillers on more than 15 days in a month.
Post-traumatic headaches- can develop after any type of head injury.