7 doctors weighed in:
Why do people get headaches? Like what causes them.
7 doctors weighed in

Dr. Sassan Hassassian
Anesthesiology
5 doctors agree
In brief: Various causes
Headaches could be a rather simple annoyance or very complicated.
There are many factors causing headaches. Also, a headache could be a sign of another disease process or be the disease itself. Some examples include simple tensions headaches, vascular headaches (e.g. Migraine), tumor related headaches, spine related headaches, etc. A qualified physician needs to assess this properly.

In brief: Various causes
Headaches could be a rather simple annoyance or very complicated.
There are many factors causing headaches. Also, a headache could be a sign of another disease process or be the disease itself. Some examples include simple tensions headaches, vascular headaches (e.g. Migraine), tumor related headaches, spine related headaches, etc. A qualified physician needs to assess this properly.
Dr. Sassan Hassassian
Dr. Sassan Hassassian
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Dr. David Edsall
last I knew there were over 80 diagnosis that cause headaches almsot no doctor can rattle off that many.
Dr. J. Patrick Tokarz
Start with your Primary Provider
Dr. Kenneth Choquette
Pain Management
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Most come from Neck
85% of all headaches come as an extension of neck issues.
It could be from muscular tension, joint arthritis, dental issues. The symptoms can be one sided or both, mild or even severe. Can be occasional or daily. Regular headaches, when left untreated, can lead to severe symptoms, that include light sensitivity, nausea or dizziness, which are "secondary migraine" features. Treat the neck!

In brief: Most come from Neck
85% of all headaches come as an extension of neck issues.
It could be from muscular tension, joint arthritis, dental issues. The symptoms can be one sided or both, mild or even severe. Can be occasional or daily. Regular headaches, when left untreated, can lead to severe symptoms, that include light sensitivity, nausea or dizziness, which are "secondary migraine" features. Treat the neck!
Dr. Kenneth Choquette
Dr. Kenneth Choquette
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