Headache is defined as a pain in the head or upper neck. It is one of the most common locations of pain in the body and, like chest pain or dizziness, has many causes.

The most common headaches are likely caused by tight muscles in your shoulders, neck, scalp, and Jaw. These are often related to stress, depression, or anxiety.

Tension headaches tend to be on both sides of your head. They often start at the back of your head and spread forward. The pain may feel dull or squeezing, like a tight band or vice. Your shoulders, neck or Jaw may feel tight or sore. The pain is usually persistent, but it does not get worse with activity.

Migraine headaches are severe headaches that usually occur with other symptoms such as vision disturbances and nausea. The pain may be described as throbbing, pounding, or pulsating. It tends to begin on one side of your head, although it may spread to both sides.

Most headaches can be resolved as soon as the cause has been correctly pinpointed.

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