You may have suffered your first headaches as a child or adolescent. Over months or years, a risk develops that headaches may become more frequent in number. Some people have headaches increase to a daily occurrence; some even have constant pain. This increase is called “headache progression or transformation.”
1. Sudden Headache
A sudden headache splitting-like a switch in the head constantly turning on or off, or being hit by a small hammer all the time-may be a signal of subarachnoid hemorrhage or a ruptured cerebral aneurysm.
This kind of headache is very dangerous. It can neither disappear spontaneously in a few seconds or a few minutes, nor can it be eliminated by taking a lot of painkillers. The correct approach is to seek immediate medical attention and emergency treatment.
2. Pain around eyes area
The intraocular pressure rises sharply during glaucoma attack. In addition to causing orbital pain and headache, it can also lead to obstruction of the optic nerve blood circulation and blurred vision. If the treatment is not timely, it can quickly blind
Glaucoma has a rapid onset, and the condition progresses rapidly. The longer the intraocular pressure increase lasts, the more serious the visual impairment. The visual impairment caused is also irreversible, and the consequences are very serious.