2-Recurrent infections Depending on which cell line is affected by
They can occur in any part of the skull, and its intensity can vary from moderate to severe. Often, it may hinder the patient, forcing him to lie down and suspend all activity. During a viral infection, headaches tend to be persistent and they are sometimes accompanied by a sensation of heaviness. For polio, five types of headaches can occur: 1) electrical pain (cramp), 2) crushing pain (as a helmet), 3) throbbing pain (like a heartbeat), 4) dull pain (as a drill) and 5) explosive pain. Occasionally, it is accompanied by facial spasms, watery eyes, or redness of eyes.