Tension headache mainly involves functional headache and angioneurotic headache, generally caused by mental stress and anger, with major symptoms of continuous oppressive pain, constriction and heaviness of the head, with some patients complaining about a tight feeling around the head. For most patients, the pain occurs in both sides of head, mostly on both sides of the tempus, occiput and top of head or the whole head. The nature of the headache includes dull pain, distending pain, constriction and girdle type tight feeling.
Ex-HN 5 Tai Yang
in the depression approximately one middle finger with dorsal to the midpoint between the lateral border of the eyebrow and the outside corner of the lid
GB 5 Xuan Lu
in the temporal region within the hairline, in the middle of the shortened connecting line between St 8 and GB 7
Lv 3 Tai Chong
on the dorsum of the foot, in the depression distal to the proximal corner between the first and second metatarsal bones