Download this article

 

Do you frequently suffer from tension headaches or migraines?

Headache2.JPGIf so, then you are painfully aware of their incapacitating impact on your life.  Chiropractic treatment can help.

Dr. Frank Kaden, your Hermosa Beach Chiropractor, understands the differences between the causes of tension headaches and migraines and he is an expert at treating both.

Tension headaches: Like it or not, life can be a pain, now and then, and result in a tension headache. Many people have suffered from more than one, and maybe you are one of them.

If you are someone who's had a tension headache, then you probably experience it as a dull, aching head pain that is sometimes accompanied by a sensation of tightness or pressure across your forehead or on the sides and back of your head.

Occasionally, you might feel a tenderness of your scalp, neck and shoulder muscles, and at times you may experience a loss of appetite.

Tension headaches are generally characterized as mild to moderately intense. The severity of the pain varies from one individual to another, and from one headache to another in the same person.

Tension headaches can happen occasionally or you may have them regularly. Your headaches are considered chronic if they occur fifteen or more days a month for at least three months. If tension headaches are disrupting your life, chiropractic care may be the solution.

Frank E. Kaden, D.C. 1035 Aviation Blvd, Hermosa Beach, CA (310)937-2323

www.kadenchiropractic.com