You all too well know the feeling. It is 3 p.m., and you sit at your office. You feel tired in your eyes and you get distracted quickly. Slowly, from the base of your spine, ears, jaw or eyes, you start to feel a dull pain. You 're having headache from stress. Chemical activity may cause headaches in the brain, nerves , blood vessels, or muscles in your head or neck.
Most generally, a mixture of these factors allows them to be. They can cause pain on one or both sides of the head, at a given position, or radiate all over your head from one level. Stress, missed meals, poor attitude, alcohol and changes in sleep can cause headaches.
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