Learning to elaborate short pieces of information is important for improving one's writing skills. Similarly, being able to understand the important aspects of any piece increases one's capacity to quickly grasp what has been said. And that's where making notes comes in
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Almost all of us suffer from a headache some time or the other. For some people, headache is a regular part of life. The most important step to cope with headaches is to identify the type of headache one is suffering from. The first type of headache is called a tension headache where there is a feeling of tightness around the head along with pain in neck and shoulders. It is caused due to long hours of working on computers, driving, or watching television.
The second type of headache is called the migraine headache, where there is pain on one side of the head, along with nausea, vomiting, and irritability. The pain worsens with noise and bright light. Certain food items such as coffee, tea, chocolate, and smoking can cause migraines.
The third type of headache is caused due to problems in vision, the symptom being inability to read books or see objects. It is caused by deficiencies, watching television, computers, or hereditary reasons.
If the headache troubles you often, visit the doctor. The doctor will study the cause, time, and what triggers it, and tell you what to do after a proper diagnosis. Most headaches can be treated by avoiding certain foods, avoiding long hours on computer or television, doing exercise, and eating nutritious food. Vision problems can be corrected with suitable glasses.
Notes of the passage
Identification of types of headache
1. Tension headache
- Tightness around head
- Pain in neck and shoulders
- Long hours of working on computers or watching television
- Long hours of driving
2. Migraine headache
- Pain on one side of head
- Nausea, vomiting, and irritability
- Noise and bright light
- Drinking coffee, tea, eating chocolate, and smoking
3. Headache due to vision problems
- Difficulty in reading
- Difficulty in seeing objects
- Watching television
- Working on computers
- Hereditary reasons
- Avoiding certain foods
- Avoiding long hours watching television or working on computers
- Wearing glasses for vision problems
- Taking nutritious food
- Doing exercise
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