Fast Five Quiz: Are You Familiar With Stress-Related Medical Conditions?

Richard H. Sinert, DO


August 28, 2015

Diagnostic criteria for tension-type headaches state that two of the following characteristics must be present:

  • Pressing or tightening (nonpulsatile quality)

  • Frontal-occipital location

  • Bilateral - Mild/moderate intensity

  • Not aggravated by physical activity

For more on tension-type headaches, read here.


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