A tension headache is an oppressive pain (like a helmet on the head). It usually affects the two halves of the head and usually begins in the forehead. Unlike migraine, those affected are not bothered by noise or light.
A tension headache respond to the difficulty of solving a problem through the intellect. As it is necessary to provide more nutrients to the brain, vasodilation occurs.
Conflict in relation to brain activity. Guilt and control (excess or deficit) of a specific situation.
People prone to headaches are those that hide, clearing things they do not want to face in reality, acting as if nothing had happened, as if they had no problems. They live dramas, like everyone else, but their defence system is to deny everything. They deny their emotions or their "negative" experiences. That is, they try to leave their troubles aside:
"At the end of the day it is not so bad, not worth worrying about, nor bitter about that..”.
It is rigid character individuals who continually try to prove to everyone, that are right and that nothing "wrong" never happens to them.
Cluster headaches: Conflict of impotence and intellectual devaluation in the clan or in the group. "I devalued myself by putting my face on someone from my clan."
It is very important for these people to become aware of their negations; They need to be aware of stress and to accept and express their emotions and internal conflicts.
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