There are several different triggers for headaches. Some of these include foods, environmental factors such as noises, stress, lights, etc. and behaviors such as insomnia, excessive exercise or blood sugar changes. Only about 5% of all headaches are a warning sign of other physical problems. 95% of headaches are tension, migraine or cluster headaches all of which are not caused by disease but are themselves a primary concern. The majority of headaches are associated with muscle tension in the neck, a primary cause is the sedentary activities that most Americans engage in or a fixed position we spend a lot of time in such as working at a computer all day. These activities can increase joint irritation and result in muscle tension in the neck and upper back and scalp cause a headache.
Chiropractor Segarra On The Many Triggers of Headaches
April 25, 2012 by Leave a Comment