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Tension headache

Tension headache is also called muscle contraction headache. A tight, compressed, or dull pain in the head, more typically with a girdle. As a transient disorder, tension headache is mostly related to stress in daily life, but if it persists, it may be one of the characteristic symptoms of anxiety or depression.



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