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How to get rid of tension headaches.

Does This Describe You?

  • You are struggling with tension headaches and not sure what to do or who to ask?
  • You are frustrated that your tension headaches are stopping you from doing the things you love?
  • You are having difficulty sleeping because of tension headaches and this is affecting your energy and well being during the day?
  • You are taking painkillers or other medication for your tension headaches and would like to stop?
  • You are starting to worry that this isn't ever going to get better as your tension headaches are getting more frequent and taking longer to go?

    Here at BodyWise Osteopathy, our highly experienced team are dedicated to serving the local community in Amersham and surrounding areas, helping tension headache sufferers just like you, get back to doing the things you love.

    A tension headache is a common problem that can produce pain around the:

  • Eyes
  • Temples
  • Both sides of the head
  • Neck area

    Most tension headaches will last for anything from 30 mins to a several days and are often severe enough to stop you going about your normal activities.

    Tension headaches often occur as a result of many different factors such as stress, anxiety, fatigue, neck or jaw tension or dehydration. If all of these factors are not addressed, then tension headaches can just keep coming back.

    Tension headaches also cause other issues.

  • Brain Fog
    Are you having trouble concentrating due to your tension headaches?

    A lot of people struggling with tension headaches describe difficulty studying, reading or concentrating because of the pain.

    This can also be because the pain of headaches often causes sleeping difficulties, which can lead to low energy levels during the day, making it even harder to push past the pain and do simple daily tasks.

  • Feeling Down

  • Are tension headaches starting to rule your life?

  • Are they stopping you from doing the things you love?

  • Are you starting to change your behaviour, go out less to avoid triggers for your tension headaches?

  • Are you worried that this isn't going to go away or get better?

    It is very common to experience feelings of depression when you are having ongoing pain, but help is available.

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