Tension-type headache is characterized by a constant, dull pain or feeling of uncomfortable pressure in the neck, temples, forehead, or around the head in "hatband" fashion. Sometimes the neck feels very tight. Tension-type headache usually occurs bilaterally (i.e., on both sides of the head at the same time).
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