What Is Causing Your Headaches?
One can experience mild daily headaches to severe throbbing headaches over the forehead and behind the eyes. What could possibly be the cause of it?
According to a recent Nurofen-commissioned health survey conducted by DataSpring, it is found that headaches are the most common and frequent pain suffered by Singaporeans.
75% of those who are prone to get headaches get it at least once a month while the remaining 25% get it once a week.
Primary headaches are usually caused by a range of lifestyle factors. Some examples include, long flights, high altitudes, heavy use of digital devices, poor posture and lack of sleep. Hormonal changes during menstruation for women could also contribute to headaches.
Find out more about the different types of headaches and treatment options here. “Heavy use of digital devices can trigger headaches”
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