Not all headaches are the same, but they do have some things in common. For example, most people reach for a bottle of pain meds when a headache starts. As we’ll discuss, you have a better option available. Read on to learn about 4 unique headache types and 1 natural solution.
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Tension – This is the most common form of a headache. It is characterized by a constant pressure or ache that is felt around the head. While these are one of the less severe forms of headaches, regular occurrence can compound the problem.
Cluster – This is perhaps the most painful form of a headache as well as the only type that affects men more often than women. These headaches occur on one side, come on suddenly, and present with debilitating pain. A person may also experience a runny nose or watery eye on the side of the head where the headache occurs.
Sinus – Another common form of a headache, these are the result of inflamed sinuses. If the problem occurs along with a sinus infection, there may also be a fever.
Rebound – These are headaches which are caused by the overuse of pain medication. That’s right. Many of the medications used to relieve headaches can actually cause them if taken too often.
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Upper cervical chiropractors have found much success in relieving headaches through realignment of the atlas (C1 vertebrae). Studies show that headache patients can benefit from upper cervical care in as little as one adjustment.
At Besso Clinic, we use the NUCCA technique to pinpoint and correct atlas misalignments that can lead to headaches, posture problems, and lessened quality of life. Read some of the testimonials on our Patient Reviews page to see how residents of Stow, Ohio and the surrounding area are getting help for headaches and many other health conditions.
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