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The correct spelling is "tension headaches" (caused by stress, often muscular).

The medical terms for headaches that occur everyday are chronicle daily headaches, tension headaches, rough headaches and heavy headaches. These headaches evolve from episodic migraine without aura.

There are many terms that describers everyday headaches. Some of them are tension headaches, chronic daily headaches, persistence headaches and many more.

Chronic Headaches are headaches that keep coming back day after day.

roughly 90% of people suffer from tension headaches

headaches are caused from stress

no headaches is not a sign of pregnancy, but if you do happen to get pregnant there is a posibility that you could get headaches

Headaches are pretty normal alot of adults get them sometimes, children get headaches also

Primary headaches are those that are not caused by an underlying medical condition. There are three types of primary headaches: migraine, cluster, and tension headaches.

Tension headaches are a disorder.

i think it can, as it gives me headaches.

They sometimes give me headaches

blood clots Do you know why people get headaches?

Yes, it is possible to have headaches while on Synthroid.

Headaches can be caused by lack of oxygen to the brain or malnutrition.

Yeah. I need glasses because I have headaches but I don't know why I get headaches but I don't read and I still do.

Bread is not known to cause headaches, but certain allergic reactions to the bread could lead to headaches.

To prevent headaches, don't consume things with caffeine. Caffeine promotes headaches.

There are three main types of migraines: cluster headaches, tension headaches, and sinus headaches. is an excellent website to help you learn more about the different types of headaches and find solutions to the one you may be experiencing.

Not sure headaches relate to the heaviness, but periods very commonly cause severe headaches.

Very bad headaches, yes.

90 % of all headaches are due to dehydration.

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