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Stress and headaches - risk assessment

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Find out about headaches and stress with our quick risk assessment. Stress, tension, posture, exercise, diet, dental and eye problems can all trigger headaches.


 

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Last reviewed: June 2014

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Find out about headaches and stress with our quick risk assessment. Stress, tension, posture, exercise, diet, dental and eye problems can all trigger headaches.



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