People's neck pain could be giving them headaches. A recurrent headache can persist for many years. There are many causes behind it. Headaches that are caused by a neck joint disorder are one of the common types of headaches. The neck related headaches are usually only felt on one side of the head. It is always the same side, unlike a migraine, which on on both sides of the head. The symptoms of the different kinds of headaches can be very similar.
- Try to cope with headaches that might be giving people some neck pain. Migraines and tension type headaches are fairly common for many people out there.
- Come to understand why recurrent headaches can persist with people for years. Talk to a doctor with a specialty in the headaches that people tend to experience.
- Neck pain itself may not go away for quite some time. That could give anyone headaches as they try to cope with the pain.
"Recurrent headache can persist for years and there are many causes. Tension-type headache, migraine, and headaches because of a neck joint disorder are three common types."
Read more: Is neck pain giving people headaches? - The Sunshine Coast Hinterland Times (blog)