Almost everyone has had a tension headache sometime in their life. For some people, this is an unnecessary daily occurrence.
According to most researchers, the causes of tension headaches are dysfunction of the upper neck muscles, vertebrae, joints, and other structures. These dysfunctions cause an irritation of the nerves in the area of the spine immediately under the skull. These nerves are known as the sub-occipital nerves.
To reduce or eliminate the headaches, the irritation of the nerves must be removed. This can be done naturally by performing the following:
Adjusting the spine and restoring the normal tone of the muscles can return the neck structures to their normal positions and allow them to function properly: thereby eliminating or greatly reducing the headaches.