The first thing you need to do if you want to cure a headache is to identify what type of headache you have.
Tension headache is one of the most common forms of chronic headaches with nearly 78% of the adult population suffering from this form of head pain, according to the National Headache Foundation.
Other people suffer from Chronic Migraines which are the most debilitating form of headache
I have found a great book on Headache and Migraine Relief and I’ll tell you more about that in a minute.
OK, So What Type Of Headache Do You Have?
But first I should let you know that the information on this website is based on personal experiences and research and is for educational purposes only. I am not a Doctor and the information on this site should not be taken as medical advice and if in doubt you should always consult a health care professional.
Tension Headache Symptoms
Typically these are:
- Headaches in back of head
- Headache on top of head
- Pain in back of head
- Back of head and neck pain
- Back of neck headache
- Headache and neck pain
- Headache on one side
- Muscle spasm of the neck
In short, any headache or pain associated with the neck, the back of head, the top of the head or one side of the head is most likely a tension headache.
Migraine Headache Symptoms
- Often similar to the symptoms of tension headache
- Usually more severe
- More often at the top, front or one side of the head
- Can be accompanied by nausea or vomiting
- Can last for days
- May be accompanied by visual effects such as auras
I have suffered pretty much from all the symptoms of tension headache at various times but fortunately have only ever suffered from one headache that could be described as a migraine headache and that was induced by a change in medication.
I have however known people who suffered from chronic migraines and my heart goes out to them.
What Causes Tension Headache?
Stress can certainly be a factor but as I have now learnt, poor posture is the biggest contributor to these constant headaches. This was certainly news to me as I always attributed my headaches to high pressure jobs. However once I read this book I was staggered to see just how I fitted the typical tension headache profile caused by poor posture.
Why Chronic Headaches and Chronic Migraines Won’t Go Away
The biggest problem in getting relief from headache is simply that we don’t have time to relax those muscles that have tightened up due to poor posture.
Over the years our muscles more or less become permanently fixed in these tension headache creating positions so no matter how many pills we take, you just simply cannot cure a headache of this nature.
What we need is to be shown how to relax the muscles which will give us relief from these persistent chronic headaches.
And that’s where Headache and Migraine Relief comes in.
What This Book Showed Me
- How to eliminate tension headache for good
- How to get instant relief to neck and shoulder muscles
- Get rid of spasms in your neck and shoulder muscles
- Prevent your tension headaches from coming back
- How to balance your body
- Why breathing correctly is essential
Now while the book will show you how to get instant relief from headaches , this is only a short term fix. You will need to make adjustments in your lifestyle to get rid of tension headaches permanently and if you are not prepared to do this then this book is not for you.
Having said that, the changes you will need to make are fairly minor and within the capabilities of anyone who is seriously looking for headache cures.
Headaches and Migraine Relief is written in an easy to follow style and includes illustrations to show you what to do. It comes with a money back guarantee which I think is very important as it shows that the author has faith in his product.
It is an eBook which makes it easily downloadable and gives you virtually instant access, meaning you do not have to wait for weeks for it to be delivered. This of course means that you can start implementing headache relief techniques immediately.
Click Here! to get your copy for probably less than the cost of a month’s supply of pain killers.