Headache, Migraine and Tension Headache Resources
Sites with informative content about cluster headaches.
A migraine headache is a recurrent, throbbing headache generally felt on one side of the head. Migraines usually begin in early childhood, adolescence, or young adult life.
Blogs specifically related to headaches
Sites in this category serve the support needs of people with Headache or similar conditions.
The sites provide information and resources.
Many sites provide up to the minuet news on issues related to health.
All sites listed are interactive - you will find message boards & chat areas.
Use these sites for educational & support purposes only.
They should not be used as a substitute for a consultation
with your doctor or other health care provider.
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).
We welcome your submissions, but please keep in mind:
Sites listed in this category should be of interest to a majority of Open Directory users seeking information on recent research into the treatment and mechanisms of tension-type headache.
All sites submitted will be reviewed in a timely manner, but no guarantee is made concerning inclusion in the directory.
Medical facilities or medical practices that specialize in the treatment of head and face pain and associated neurological disorders.