I have a headache every evening.

See details. You have not asked a question but headaches can result from numerous causes. Consult with your family doctor or a neurologist.

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I keep having headaches every evening. It's not unbearable but sometimes it bothers me. What could be the cause?

Headaches. There could be multiple reasons but most common could be stress, refractory errors of eyes or migraine headaches. Do you have any visual problems? If this persists, please see a doctor. Read more...

I have started getting headaches every evening for the past two weeks. Nothing has changed in my life. Any advice as to why or a long term fix?

Headaches. There are many causes for headaches , including stress and tension. Please describe your headaches and give more information as to location, whether they throb or not, what helps or doesn't help. E.G. Are these one sided, throbbing headaches associated with visual symptoms? Read more...

I have a terrible headache every evening... What should I do?

It depends . There are some basic things to consider such as vision , diet, prescription medications and environmental exposure. If eyesight is bad and you are straining this may be a cause. A diet high in sugar, caffeine, processed foods may trigger headaches. Allergen exposure, such as mold, may also be a trigger. If you cannot quickly figure out and fix see your provider. Read more...

I have headache every evening. Can I know the reasons? And sometimes I suffer migrain. I can't focus during in class.

Teeeth grinding. Morning headaches can often be due to teeth grinding which mostly occurs during sleep. You can consult your dentist (night-guard). Try massaging your temples and see if that helps. Read more...

I have jaw pain/headache every evening.?

Ok... No question in your post, but if you're asking why, the answer is more info is needed. Tooth problems, sinus issues, grinding of the teeth, stress, and a host of other things can give you these symptoms. Why don't you make an appointment with a local dentist to rule out any problems with your teeth? Once you know they are fine, then see a physician for a physical. All the best... Read more...
Cause? Not enough information to help. A few of the likely causes are TMj, dental pain, clench/grind teeth, even heart pain. I'd start with a dental exam, if negative, see MD. Read more...
See your PCP. Any headache must be viewed as a valid medical disorder and the headache assessment must be comprehensive. See your PCP for evaluation, tests, imaging and treatment options. Read more...