Q: I have headaches on a regular basis, can you help with this?
February 19, 2016
A: Yes. Headaches are most often associated with increased activity in the muscles or structures that connect to the head and neck. The muscles at the base of the head and into the shoulders become tense and cause pain. Often pain is felt on one side, especially behind the eye. You can have symptoms such as dizziness, blurred vision, sensitivity to light, throbbing, and pain behind one eye that feels better when you push on your eye.