Here's what you need to know about these often incapacitating headaches.
Headache, nasal congestion, pain in the forehead or at various points around the teeth, eyes, ears, cheeks or neck? Could be sinusitis.
The more you know about the triggers, the more you can do to reduce the number of painful headaches you experience.
Over-the-counter doesn't mean "risk-free." Learn how to use these medications safely and talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you have questions.
Here are some tips to help reduce your risk for repetitive stress injuries from nonstop texting, tweeting, posting, surfing, gaming etc. (Source: iStock)
Grinding or clicking sound and pain when you open your mouth or eat? Could be TMJ.
If you grind your teeth at night (called bruxism), you could wake up the next day with a sore jaw AND a throbbing head.
Identifying and avoiding your triggers can be important first steps in migraine treatment.