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www.headaches.org/2008/12/11/the-complete-headache-chart

Dec 11, 2008 ... Arthritis Headaches. Symptoms: Pain at the back of head or neck which intensifies on movement. It is caused by inflammation of the blood vessels of the head or bony changes in the structures of the neck. Precipitating Factors: Cause of pain is unknown. Treatment: Anti-inflammatory drugs, muscle relaxants.

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May 10, 2008 ... Tension headaches, the most common type, feel like a constant ache or pressure around the head, especially at the temples or back of the head and neck. Not as severe as migraines, they are not usually accompanied by nausea and vomiting, and they rarely stop someone from continuing their regular ...

www.health.harvard.edu/pain/headache-when-to-worry-what-to-do

Aug 12, 2017 ... Not brain pain. Doctors don't fully understand what causes most headaches. They do know that the brain tissue and the skull are never responsible since they don't have nerves that register pain. But the blood vessels in the head and neck can signal pain, as can the tissues that surround the brain and ...

www.webmd.com/migraines-headaches/tension-headaches

May 13, 2016 ... Tension headaches are dull pain, tightness, or pressure around your forehead or the back of your head and neck. Some people say it feels like a clamp squeezing the skull. Often called stress headaches, they're the most common type for adults. When you get them less than 15 days per month, they're ...

www.webmd.com/migraines-headaches/occipital-neuralgia-symptoms-causes-treatments

Occipital neuralgia is a condition in which the nerves that run from the top of the spinal cord up through the scalp, called the occipital nerves, are inflamed or injured. You might feel pain in the back of your head or the base of your skull. People can confuse it with a migraine or other types of headache, because the symptoms ...

brighamhealthhub.org/that-headache-may-be-a-pain-in-the-neck

Place the tennis balls under the base of your skull and allow your head to compress against them. Gently rock your head back and forth and side to side for a few minutes. A 30-minute massage that concentrates on the neck and upper back can also be an effective way to relax your muscles and relieve your headache pain .

www.kevinmd.com/blog/2010/09/headache-hospital.html

Sep 20, 2010 ... Tension headaches usually occur because of physical or emotional stress placed on the body. Symptoms of a tension headache include pain which is described as “tightness” that begins in the back of the head and upper neck. It is usually mild in intensity, bilateral and not associated with vomiting or ...

www.healthline.com/health/left-side-head-pain

Sep 19, 2017 ... Pain from a headache usually subsides within a few hours and isn't cause for worry. But intense pain in one side of the head or pain that doesn't go away could be a sign of something more serious. Keep reading to learn what causes headache pain on the left side of your head, and when to call your doctor.

www.healthline.com/health/headache-right-side

In rare cases, headaches can be an emergency symptom. Seek medical attention immediately if you experience a headache following a trauma, or have a headache along with any of the following symptoms: fever; stiff neck; weakness; vision loss; double vision; slurred symptoms; pain ...