Tension headache is one of the most common types of headache which usually occurs during or after long lasting and static work together with shortages in ergonomic. The headache is often described as a constant pressure and the pain can radiate from the lower back of the head, the neck, eyes, or other muscle groups in the body. Various precipitating factors, such as stress, hunger or eyestrain are all possible causes behind tension headache.
In most cases, tension headache is a condition treated successfully. It is important to focus on what might be the anticipatory reason behind the headache. Therefore, the naprapath examines the patient carefully before treatment. The treatment usually contains the neck as well as the thoracic spine and the musles in the face. Through different manual techniques the naprapath treats the joints as well as the muscles. You will also be given advice on how to prevent the headache from coming back. These advices may include changes when it comes to sleep habits, food or exercise.