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You may do following, which may help;
1) Mild massage of neck and head. Tension headaches are the most common type of primary headache. So probably this would be the first to be considered in the differential diagnosis of his headache. A tension headache is a headache caused by tense muscles in the face, neck, or scalp. These headaches give a feeling of tightness around the head. The neck muscles can also become sore and tight. Tension headaches can be caused by staying in one position for a long time, such as reading, playing video games or using a computer.
2) Cold compresses.
3) Ibuprofen should be avoided in asthma, but Tylenol may repeated in 4 hours.
If the headache does not relieve by the above measures, you need to get the prescription medications and following may need to be considered;
1) Sinus headache.
2) Headache due to meningitis.
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