Pain Intensity: Headaches typically present as a dull, throbbing, or sharp pain, varying in intensity.
Location: Pain can be localized to specific areas such as the temples, forehead, or back of the head.
Duration: Headaches may last from a short duration to several hours or even days
Sensitivity to Light and Sound: Individuals with headaches often experience heightened sensitivity to light and sound.
Nausea and Vomiting: Some headaches are accompanied by nausea and a tendency to vomit.
Aura: Certain types of headaches, like migraines, may be preceded by visual disturbances known as auras.
Tension in Neck and Shoulders: Muscular tension in the neck and shoulders is a common symptom of tension headaches.
Aggravating Factors: Headaches can be triggered or worsened by factors such as stress, lack of sleep, or specific foods and beverages.