If pressing on it causes shooting pains to the side or top of your head (and that is where the headaches occur), you could have an occipital neuroma and should see a neurologist. Does it ever drain pus? It could be a form of acne or a sebaceous cyst. Family history of headaches? Migraine headaches? Family history of brain aneurysms?
If it is cut above the hairline u have to taper it. Bring it in shorter or the hairline looks ridiculous.
all of the above
none of the above
Pressure in the ears and eyes is usually caused by a sinus infection. A sinus infection is an infection of the nasal cavities that causes headaches, pressure and cold like symptoms.
Widow's peak is a V-shaped point in the middle of the hairline (above the forehead) ((:
Many things. A bruise, an insect bite, a fatty growth. check with a doctor.
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Easiest way - increase the pressure above it - as in a pressure cooker.
Depends upon your starting pressure and pump type. Generally however you want to keep your max pressure at about 8-10 psi above your first time running the filter or your most recent sand change, if it goes above this run a backwash and a rinse cycle if it still persists at a higher pressure it's time to replace your sand.
Also to be added to the question above (I Posted) "and her hairline"
Severe headaches, nose bleeds that do not stop, high anxiety, shortness of breath-get medical help-quick, 140/90 and above is considered high, get a blood pressure meter and check your self-high blood pressure can happen day or night, check family history for HYPERTENSION, your weight, diet and activity level affect your heart!
For the same reason. The liquid above the location considered, or the atmosphere above the position considered, helps contribute to the pressure; if there is more liquid or atmosphere above, there is more pressure.
high blood pressure
Barometric pressure is atmospheric pressure. It is the weight of the air above the measuring point.
abosulute pressure includes the atmospheric pressure while gage pressure gives the pressure above atmospheric pressure
Elevation and atmospheric pressure have a direct correlation. The higher the elevation, the lower the pressure. At 2500 feet above sea level, the pressure is about 78 kpa.
Lithospheric pressure refers to the pressure on rock caused by the overlying weight of material from above.
above the wing moving faster above the wing causes a lower air pressure relative to below the wing. high pressure moves to low pressure causing lift.
No the opposite happens. As you get higher above Sea level pressure decreases, as you go below sea level pressure increases.
Above the sea level