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Head throbbing, but no headache

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Here goes my anxiety again. So I'm worrying as usual.
I'm trying to listen to my therapist and stay off of Google. Because triggers lead to actions. And actions lead to consequences. As in, me constantly thinking about it.

Instead, ill rather ask if someone has experienced the same as me. Feeling like certain parts of your head is throbbing around. Not hurting. Not a headache. But a feeling. I worry at the littlest things. Like cracking my head and feeling a pop. Things like that.
 
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I don't really know how to explain it, but I think I've had and still have similar things happening.

Some nights when i'm in bed I feel a slight "pulsating pressure on one side of my head. Sometimes there may even be a slight witching sensation, kind of like your eyelid twitches.

I don't really know what causes it, and tbh I never really got it checked because it hasn't ever brought me discomfort or worry. I've been told fit could be any number of reasons like drinking too much caffeine, not getting enough sleep, medication etc. Don't know how true any of that is. I hope this helps in some way, i'm not very good at explaining things like this.
 
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I don't really know how to explain it, but I think I've had and still have similar things happening.

Some nights when i'm in bed I feel a slight "pulsating pressure on one side of my head. Sometimes there may even be a slight witching sensation, kind of like your eyelid twitches.

I don't really know what causes it, and tbh I never really got it checked because it hasn't ever brought me discomfort or worry. I've been told fit could be any number of reasons like drinking too much caffeine, not getting enough sleep, medication etc. Don't know how true any of that is. I hope this helps in some way, i'm not very good at explaining things like this.
Thanks so much. Makes me feel better that I've actually had lots of tests done.
 
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