Is a Tension Headache also a Migraine?

Headaches are mysterious. Why, you may ask? They appear out of the blue and they may disappear in the same way. Where do they come from? It is still very difficult to know where they come from. Why they happen. There are many different types of headaches. The tension headache is often described as something that strings the head around the front or the back of the head. Sometimes people speak about a hammering pain just above the ears. Scientists speak not of tension headache, but of tension-type of headache. Apparently there are so many types that the ordinary people cannot distinguish and it is even difficult for the physician if he/she does not have a clear description of what a patient is feeling. There are patients that  suffer from headaches every single day. If you suffer from a headache more than 15 days a month, your headache is considered a chronic headache. The form of the pain may vary not only from person to person but also within the same person. One day the pain is on the front of the head, the next day it is at the back of the head. It is very difficult to tell and to know in advance where it will hit. Tension type headaches are  probably mainly due to stress.  Tensions do not appear in a completely relaxed person. Often tension type headaches are considered as being migraines. Tension headaches can be cured with a combination of drugs and relaxation, with meditation and sometimes just with a walk, if possible in a park or in the woods. The two types of...
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