What Causes a Heavy Head Feeling?

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A heavy head feeling is usually caused by disorders in the internal organs of the body. These disorders may include acidity and sinus conditions which should be treated in good time to avoid chronic conditions such as migraines. Additionally, anxiety could also be the cause of this feeling.
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