The correct spelling is 'headache'.
First of all, you spell it like headache.A headache is when your head hurts.
A pain in the head is a headache. A severe form is a migraine headache.
The word for a terrible headache is "migraine".
The spelling "migraine" is correct (a chronic, painful headache).
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First of all, you spell it MIGRAIN, and second of all, a MIGRAINE is a Very Bad Headache.Usually they last a longer amount of time than a regular headache, and they are very painful.
When you stretch something tight. New anchor chains are stretched or have tention applied to them to near breaking point befor being used on a ship. Tention can be used on a spring just prior to its loosing it's elasticity. Almost anything can have tention applied to it as it is a force. As a point of interest, still water has tention applied to it as demonstrated by the Water Spiders which can walk on its surface.
The Spanish noun dolor means "pain" or "ache" (dolor de cabeza = headache).
Tension is the application of force to a material. (Not tention just for the record.) Stress, just to clarify, is the movement of said material under tension.
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The International Headache Society does not recognize a diagnosis of Acupressure Headache or Normal Headache. There are many different types of headache disorders however, and some types may be triggered by acupressure.
A headache in your forehead can be a migraine headache, a headache caused by stress tension or a sinus headache. There are many causes, more commonly the ones mentioned.
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There is no headache inventor.
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