Brain freeze is only a nickname. Scientifically, it's called sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia. It's sometimes referred to as a cold-stimulus headache or ice cream headache.
Breathing in pollutants can cause a range of respiratory symptoms, but people don’t usually talk about the neurologic symptoms that may be triggered by exposure to pollutants: headaches.
Renin-angiotensin system, or RAS, is a physiological mechanism essential to human body function. The SARS-CoV-2 virus causes overactivation and malfunction of this system.
Cluster headaches cause significant pain on one side of the head, in the trigeminal nerve distribution (generally in or around the eye or temple).
While caffeine consumption is a daily habit for many people, it can become a little more complicated for those with a central nervous system disorder like epilepsy.