Always complaining of a headache? This could be why

Dr Sylvia Mbugua, a neurologist at the Aga Khan University Hospital, categorises headaches into primary and secondary.

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What you need to know:

WHO warns about the long-term effects of headaches

Primary headaches could either be migraines, or cluster headaches

Secondary headaches can be due to underlying medical conditions

Headaches, for Nyarinda Moraa, have lately been a headache. She has been having recurring headaches and, without painkillers, they will not go away.


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