Headache: A Symptom Of An Underlined Illness

Channels Television  
Updated October 21, 2013

A Neurologist, Frank Ojini has said that Headache is the same as Headache Disorders which  is a pain that is felt in the head, stating that they are divided into two categories, the primary and secondary headache.

Speaking on Channels Television Health Matters, Mr. Ojini explained that the primary headache is a state where the illness is just headache, while secondary headache is a sign or symptom of an underlined illness.

He added that most headaches are universal and are categorized under the primary headache. It mostly occurs as a result of stress or tension and also occurs mostly in women, but becomes a problem when it lingers for too long.

Generalizing, he said women tend to experience headaches more than men.