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Tension-induced headaches and treatment

Saturday, August 15, 2020

Tension-induced headaches and treatment


Many people complain that they are tense at work. However, this is not an extraordinary thing, and even a healthy degree of tension can make work even more productive, as it can be an incentive. However, persistent stress can already be specifically detrimental to health and can also produce symptoms such as headaches, so it’s better to pay attention to it.

In today’s modern age, a lot of people complain of headaches. It is already a kind of disease of civilization, often due to overworked life, constant noise, and the tension that engulfs everyday life.
There are several types of headaches. It doesn’t matter where our heads hurt, how and how often, as different pains can point to different problems.

Tension headache

Tension - induced - tension or stress - headaches are characterized by

due to mental and / or physical stress, the shoulders and neck muscles become tense and spasmodic,
and as a result, there is a dull pain in the nape of the neck that slowly begins to intensify and spreads to other areas of the head : the temple, forehead, or around the eyes. This type of pain is usually mild to moderate in severity, so while it does not make it impossible to perform daily activities, it can still make the lives of those affected significantly more difficult .

Tension-induced headaches cause dull pain in the back of the neck, which slowly begins to intensify and spreads to other areas of the head SOURCE: SHUTTERSTOCK


Many people complain that they are often hit in the workplace with this kind of headache, which is not surprising, as
this symptom is most pronounced when exposed to strong and / or prolonged pressure.
Various painkillers can be used to relieve occasional headaches, but if the complaints persist, it is better to look for the root cause or look for alternatives.

These tips are worth trying in case of stress-induced headaches in the workplace

Change your posture: Many times, regular headaches can be traced back to simple causes such as poor posture. This can happen, for example, if your office chair is not at the right height and your knees are not below the hip line, but it can also be a problem if the monitor is set too high for eye level.
Let’s relieve tension: during periods of stress, pay attention to conscious relaxation in the workplace as well. Because of the tense concentration, we often cramp our muscles, which is a straight path to headaches, so take time several times a day to relieve some tension. In this case, breathe deeply and exercise, stretch the muscles of the neck and shoulders, as this will relax the critical points and have a good chance of avoiding headaches.

Take a deep breath and exercise, stretch your neck and shoulder muscles to relax critical points SOURCE: SHUTTERSTOCK


Move every hour : take time not only to exercise after work, but also in the office. Get up from behind your desk at least once an hour and walk for a few minutes - if possible in the fresh air. In this case, we can bring a glass of water, because dehydration also promotes the development of headaches.
Natural help: if you really need a little help to relieve a headache, choose the power of nature in the first place instead of synthetic medicines. Lavender oil is a good way for many people to relieve tension-induced headaches, so it’s worth a try. Massage a few drops of lavender oil mixed with undiluted or other neutral oil on both sides of the temple while breathing deeply. Sometimes this method can work wonders!
Let's look for the cause: although headaches are the most common way to treat the symptoms - so the goal is to miss the pain as soon as possible - it doesn't hurt to look for the causes, especially if you get a headache several times a week. A great way to do this is to keep a headache diary, recording when, where, and in what life situation the pain broke out. This technique can help identify situations that make us overly tense, stressful, and trigger symptoms. And if we find the cause, we can work on the solution much more effectively.
Eat stress-free : In many cases, our meals can also help reduce stress, as many vitamins, minerals and herbs also have a stress-relieving effect.



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