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Causes of headaches - Harvard Health

Causes of headaches - Harvard Health

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Uncovering the causes of headache pain

It's hard to think about the causes of headaches when you're struggling with pain. Once you're feeling better, figuring out what leads to the agony can help you dodge it in the future. This requires you to pay attention to the environment, eating habits, and activities that spark headache discomfort.
The most common types of headaches are sinus, tension, and migraine headaches. Sinus headaches usually occur when there is infection or pressure in the sinuses. But the causes behind tension headaches and migraines aren't as well understood.

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