Headache and toothache
The connection between the pain in the teeth and in the head
Toothache can be caused by many reasons: growth of wisdom teeth, cracks. If it is not treated, a migraine (pulsating headache, nausea, sensitivity to light and sound) appears. Migraine is a reaction of the body to the trigeminal nerve, which is responsible for most of the nerves in the face. Damage to one of these areas leads to headaches.
There are several types of toothache associated with the head
1. bruxism (occurs when teeth are squeezed) is accompanied by pain around the eyes, in the jaw, and difficulty opening the mouth
2. cavernous sinus thrombosis (caused by a dangerous infection). The forehead hurts, the temperature rises and eyelids swell.
In some cases, the pain in the teeth or head is not related to the primary headache. It can be:
· sine infection, with discomfort in several teeth. In addition, there is pain in the head when it tilts forward, fatigue, pus in the nose, fever, temporomandibular joint disorders.
TMJ causes pain in the ear area.
· trigeminal nerve neurology (trigeminal irritation), it causes severe unilateral facial pain. As in many cases the pain is felt near the jaw, it is often confused with toothache.
It is very important that you see a doctor if you suffer from new toothache and/or headache.
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Toothache is a tedious and unpleasant process, so it is important not to postpone treatment of symptoms, but it can be dangerous.