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In certain parts of my head I feel like a tense feeling for a few seconds and then it goes away. What could it be?
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Dr. Colin Kerr
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In brief: Brief twinges
Brief twinges, spasms, shooting pains, or other aches lasting a few seconds about the head and neck are almost always the result of a nerve getting too much pressure from the spine, usually in the context of arthritis or previous injury.
Most discomforts lasting only a few seconds represent pressure on nerves, since almost all other pains tend to last significantly longer.

In brief: Brief twinges
Brief twinges, spasms, shooting pains, or other aches lasting a few seconds about the head and neck are almost always the result of a nerve getting too much pressure from the spine, usually in the context of arthritis or previous injury.
Most discomforts lasting only a few seconds represent pressure on nerves, since almost all other pains tend to last significantly longer.
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