If I have headaches, at what point do I need to see a neurologist?

Many people suffer from headaches. These are frequently without any specific pathological significance and subside on their own. However, there are also headaches that require further diagnosis. You should seek out a doctor or clinic if headaches return acutely, are unusually strong or occur with accompanying symptoms such as nausea, vomiting or functional losses. The latter can be disturbances of vision, speech or sensation, confusion or paralysis. In addition, if you regularly suffer headaches which restrict you in your daily life, a neurologist can provide help through a precise diagnosis, targeted therapy and pain prevention measures.