Prevent & Ease Tension Headaches
Headaches, a common complaint with many of my clients, I would have to do a detailed consultation on meds, diet, stress, sleeping patterns and and lifestyle but I still wanted to put this together to help those that suffer headaches often they can be prevented if tension headaches.
There are many different types of headaches, and their causes and symptoms can vary. Although most are short-lived and rarely a cause for concern, always see a doctor if they persist.
Here is some information on migraine and tension headaches. A primary headache is one that is not caused by another condition — it is the condition itself. Examples include migraine and tension headache.
A tension-type headache is the most common type of headache and the one we think of as a normal everyday headache.
Symptoms of tension-type headaches include a constant ache that affects both sides of the head. You may also feel the neck muscles tighten and a feeling of pressure behind the eyes.
A tension headache normally is not severe enough to prevent you doing everyday activities.
It usually lasts for 30 minutes to several hours, but can last for several days.
Most people are likely to have experienced a tension headache at some point.
They can develop at any age.
Women tend to suffer from them more commonly than men.
Some adults experience tension-type headaches more than 15 times a month for at least 3 months in a row.
This is known as having chronic tension-type headaches.
See a GP if you get headaches several times a week or they’re severe.
Tension headaches are often triggered by the following factors:
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