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Tension and Sinus headaches

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Tension-type headaches usually last only a few hours, but some people may have more persistent headaches that last for several days. They are more frequent in women compared with men. Tension headaches are annoying, but they don't cause long lasting problems. However, you need to be sure that it is only a tension headache. Tension headaches have a gradual onset and termination, can last for hours or days, and affect people of all ages. Tension headache is more prevalent among women than men. Cluster headaches primarily affect men between the ages of 20 and 40. Tension headaches and migraine headaches account for 90% of all headaches. Tension headaches tend to be on both sides of your head. They often start at the back of your head and spread forward. Tension headaches tend to be moderate or mild and are rarely severe. Unlike migraines they are not usually unilateral, throbbing or associated with light and sound sensitivity or nausea and vomiting. Tension headaches are one of the side-effects of day-to-day stress. Tension-type headaches are the most common type of headache. Around three to eight out of 10 people will have tension-type headaches at some point in their life. Tension headaches often worsen with noise and hot, stuffy environments. This type of headache occurs mostly in women over age 20. Tension headaches are experienced frequently at the temples, forehead and around the neck region by those affected. Attacks can last for a few minutes upwards to, in the worst case, several days, and are felt as pressuring, pushing, pulling pains. Sinus headaches can be very painful. The pressure and pain make it difficult to work or perform daily tasks as one normally would. Sinus headaches are caused by blockage of the sinus cavities with resulting pressure and pain in the cheeks, forehead, and upper teeth. These headaches are often associated with nasal congestion. Sinus headaches are caused by congestion and inflammation. Respiratory infections or allergies can cause the sinuses to become inflamed and prevent the natural drain of mucus. Sinus headaches are associated with a deep and constant pain in the cheekbones, forehead or bridge of the nose. The pain usually intensifies with sudden head movement or straining.
   
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