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Unbearable pain from back of neck to head, goes off by noon. Cure for pain?

Hi, I am an IT Professional. For past 3 days I am having pain which starts from back of my neck and reaches upto head. The pain becomes so severe that its unbearable. One more thing I am not sure of is.. it starts at around 9 AM in the morning (2-3 hrs after I wake up) and slowly increases and around 1 in the noon it goes off.. quite wierd to understand its behaviour for me
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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your symptoms are more like tension headache.. usually occurs due to stress.. it increases as work load increases.. but it is better u get youself checked by general physician.. also get your eye power tested.. you also need to visit orthopedician because over use of computer in wrong posture can lead to injury in neck.. he will guide you regarding posture while working on computer..
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Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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