Headaches are classified as either primary or secondary, and primary headaches are caused by problems with the structures in the head that are sensitive to pain. Secondary headaches are caused by any one of a number of u... More »

Primary headaches can be caused by consuming alcohol, skipping meals, eating certain foods, stress or a lack of sleep, state Mayo Clinic. Secondary headaches can be precipitated by several conditions, such as having acut... More »

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Stress, poor posture, using poor lighting when reading or working and vigorous gum chewing can cause a stiff neck and headache to occur simultaneously, according to Everyday Health. More serious causes include migraine h... More »

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Some symptoms of neck arthritis are pain that may extend to the shoulders and arms, stiffness, headaches, muscle spasms, trouble turning the head and grinding sounds as the neck moves. Neck arthritis is also called cervi... More »

Cluster headaches, often called the worst type of headache pain, are severe headaches on one side of the head that happen in groups, states WebMD. Cluster headaches usually occur over weeks or months and come in cycles, ... More »

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Acupuncture commonly treats pain, but it may also alleviate musculoskeletal problems, nausea and migraine headaches, according to the University of California San Diego Center for Integrative Medicine. Acupuncture also t... More »

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Common symptoms of neurological problems include headaches, numbness, memory loss, pain and muscle rigidity, explains North Shore-LIJ Health System. Tremors, seizures, balance problems, abnormal speech patterns and diffi... More »

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