ISSN: 2582-788X (Online)
Prevalence of Environmental-related Headaches
Headaches can affect people of all ages, races, and socioeconomic backgrounds; however, women are more prone to suffer from them than men. According to the Global Burden of Disease (GBD) study, headache disorders are one of the most important geographical public health problems that affect all countries and global areas. Some headaches are debilitating and can lower a person’s quality of life. With a 48.9% incidence rate in the general population, headache disorders are one of the most common nervous system diseases, with headache being their most prevalent symptom. A syndrome is an identifiable grouping of physical signs and symptoms that may have several etiological causes. Some diseases, such as migraine and ‘cluster headaches’, sick building syndrome (SBS), might be linked to the syndrome of environment-related headaches. In this article, we want to ascertain the incidence of headaches caused by the environment including various headache-causing factors. For Some occupations, headaches may create serious obstacles. Hence, when evaluating patients with headaches, occupational health specialists should take these factors into account. An essential factor in determining the efficacy of learning in the architecture studio is Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ). Weather conditions have a significant impact on how comfortable indoor environments are. Over a variety of lag structures, there was a strong correlation between higher air pollution levels and migraine risk. Our contribution to this article is to study, thoroughly identify, and synthesise material in order to assess particular aspects that are observable events and relationships that are sets of occurrences and to present readers with a state of comprehension of the article.