Headache / Migraine
Tension headaches are very common in people who spend a lot of time sitting, especially those who work in front of computers. The pain often starts in the neck or base of the skull and travels around to the front of the head. Many people who report getting tension headaches say they can feel them coming on.These headaches can be the result of previous trauma to the neck, such as whiplash, or from repetitive poor posture.Either way, headaches can often have a close relationship to the cervical spine (neck). Which is where the term, cervicogenic headaches come from.