Headaches come in many forms. No one can say that the experienced headache is the same on another day. Perhaps, that could be true, but headaches vary based on symptoms. One thing common about headaches is that pain is experienced in any part of the head, or a combination of regions.
Headaches can be mild to severely painful, throbbing, and blinding. Some headaches are unbearable, and someone needs a pain reliever to get over it, massage, physical therapy, or sleep to avoid the pain.
Headaches can be due to stress, overfatigue, anxiety in life, hypertension, serious medical disorders, mood disorders, and many more.