…can be caused by many different triggers, the most common ones being
- poor posture
- low water intake
- excessive exercise
- bad eye sight
- hormone imbalance (seen mainly in women)
One has to be careful to rule out any insidious underlying factors such as undetected high blood pressure, tumours, thyroid malfunction to name just a few so if you have been getting headaches without any obvious reason, it is best to pay your doctor a visit to get it checked out.
How do I treat headaches?
Using my hands I locate areas that need attention and work on these by massaging out the tension, mobilising movement in joints, stretching muscles (and other soft tissue) and realigning the bones in the face, head, neck and shoulders.