Tension-type headaches are your common, “everyday” headaches (they can feel like a giant rubber band squeezing your skull). Nearly everyone will have at least one tension-type headache at some point, and it’s estimated that up to 80 percent of adults experience them on an occasional basis.
But what’s really going on in our body when we get a headache like this? Well, lots of things. Find out the science behind headaches in this educational video.