Headache in Right Temple?

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When someone has a headache in the right temple, it is simply referred to as a temple headache. They are often a tension type headache or sometimes, a migraine. Other times, a trigger point is hit, like in the jaw, and it can cause a headache in the temple. Temple headaches are often caused by chemicals, too, including too much sugar in the blood stream. Temple headaches are often easier to get relief from than other headaches, as some are able to get relief from simply resting.
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