Neck pain can be caused by muscle tension in the neck, shoulders and head. These tensions can result from a wrong posture, an accident, social or psychological problems or fatigue.
Where does your headaches | neck pain come from?
Tension headaches are caused by muscle tension in the neck, shoulders and head, muscular tension may result from an poor posture, social or psychological problems or fatigue.
Tension headache usually starts in the morning or early afternoon and gets worse as the day progresses. People often feel a steady, moderate or severe pain over their eyes or in the back of their head. Sometimes they feel a pressure as if they have a tight band around their head. The pain may radiate into the whole head, sometimes even to neck and shoulders.
In short, the following factors can be responsible for tension headaches:
- Wrong posture
- Psychological / emotional problems
- Sleep deprivation