Headaches in the forehead are usually caused by tension and trigger points in your muscles, but can be alleviated with simple techniques and eliminated in the long term.
You just have to know how!
Trigger points and muscle tension do not simply disappear into thin air.
On the contrary: If you do nothing, they persist for years and sometimes, if not frequently, cause pain.
In this case, a headache in the forehead.
Of course, the cause of your headaches may also lie in a systemic disease or structural damage to your skull – such as due to an accident.
Fortunately, however, this is rarely the case.
On this page I will be focusing on headaches that are caused by your muscles.
You can usually get trigger points and tight muscles under control with a self-massage.
Trigger points respond well to a precise massage and can, in a manner of speaking, be “massaged out” of the muscles.
Too much muscle tension can also be reduced by a self-massage, because you are “communicating” with your nervous system through the pressure you apply to the muscles.
Your nervous system is the control centre of your body and therefore, also that of your muscle tension.
Massage yourself daily until your pain is eliminated!
Below, I will take you step by step through the self-massage of certain muscles and the parts of the body that can potentially cause headaches in the forehead.
Please don’t let yourself be intimidated by my occasional use of various technical terms.
You will understand everything and know just what to do.
Your first step is to find tight and pressure-sensitive muscles, and then to massage them.