Tension-type headache

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A tension-type headache is a type of a headache causing a squeezing, band-type feeling around the head, and may last between 30 minutes and a week. Compared to migraines, pain is usually less severe and there are no additional symptoms such as nausea or vomiting, being unable to tolerate bright lights or loud noises, or no auras.[1]

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