Did you ever think about going outside and opening your eyes, just to celebrate not having a pounding headache?
If you have you’re not alone. Statistics have shown that over 15% of all adults complain about severe headaches or migraines, with prevalence amongst women more than twice as high as among men. Ladies, you may be thinking that your headache began back in 2010 while looking at your wedding ring, but in all seriousness, headaches have many possible causes. More importantly, though, is there something you can do about them? Read this blog to consider the possible causes of your headache and see what treatment is available to you.
There are many possible causes. About 5% of all headaches are warning signals caused by physical problems – Systemic Conditions.
The remaining 95% of headaches are considered primary headaches, which include tension, migraine, or cluster headaches amongst others. Primary headaches that stem from a particular behavior is what we’re dealing with today
The greatest majority of primary headaches are associated with muscle tension in the neck. Today, we spend more hours in one fixed position or posture (such as sitting in front of a computer). This can increase joint irritation and muscle tension in the neck, upper back and jaw, causing your head to ache.
If you’re suffering from headaches and you’ve checked your hydration you’re getting enough sleep your diet is balanced and your stress is being managed then maybe it’s your ergonomics.
– Bay Life Clinic