Most people suffer from a headache at a point at some point in their lives. Estimates are that up to a fifth of the western population suffer from severe headaches, long term, when repeated.
Although most headaches are not a symptom of another situation, there are headaches that may be a sign of a serious medical problem. For example, when accompanied by dizziness, vomiting, high fever, high blood pressure, and when it comes to an elderly person. Therefore, some headache signs require medical evaluation before accessing complementary medicine treatment methods.