Pain may occur at the top of the head due to sinus headaches, tension headaches and migraines. A sinus headache is the result of congestion and inflammation of the sinuses, according to University of Maryland Medical Cen... More »

According to the Mayo Clinic, there are two classes of headaches caused by exertion: primary and secondary. Primary exercise headaches are usually harmless and, as of 2014, there is no known cause. However, secondary exe... More »

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A person's head may hurt as the result of a primary headache syndrome or an underlying medical condition. Approximately 90 percent of all headaches are considered primary headaches, according to Cleveland Clinic. Seconda... More »

Frontal sinusitis, tension headaches and migraines are some of the most common causes of headaches affecting the frontal lobe area, as listed by Right Diagnosis. Other common causes include giant cell arteritis, hyperten... More »

Pulsating headaches are associated with migraines, cluster headaches and tension headaches, explains the Miami Headache Institute. The most common causes of these headaches are depression, anxiety, head injury, lack of s... More »

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, ibuprofen can be an effective treatment for migraines and tension headaches. Some may find greater relief when caffeine and ibuprofen are taken together, especially if ... More »

According to Healthgrades, the headaches commonly responsible for forehead pain include migraines and tension headaches. Other causes of forehead pain include eyestrain and withdrawal from alcohol or tobacco. Sudden fore... More »