I used to get them easily and I still do (but "less").Ever since I changed my diet, exercise way more and leave people to their own problems , I try not to worry too much nowadays and it's working for me.
Things that give me headaches:
- loud noises
- annoyingly bright lights
- people who talk too much about their problems (no seriously )
well..sometimes, I get aura's that lead to migraines, that lead to me throwing up sometimes..which is really kind of scary and inconvenient..but other then that, I get normal headaches sometimes especially around season changes..which is a leading cause in headaches..
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?
I don't get headaches much. I get eyeball aches (like a sharp pain behind your eye) and TMJD--I clench my teeth when stressed. But I don't usually get what you would normally call headaches. If I do, it's caused by one of the above two or dramatic changes in barometric pressure (accompanied by general exhaustion) or sinus congestion.
"I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference."
I've seen migraines in INFJ's. And, I've noticed INFP's to have a certain sensitivity when it comes to pain. My guess is INF's are constantly pinging their inner feelings and if you do this a lot you're likely to pick up on and amplify the usual pains that come from being a corporeal entity. The solution is to introduce real pain in a controlled manner. It will relieve you.
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I tend to get migraines.. not as much as before. Maybe it's because my blood pressure's a bit low and I don't work in a highly stressful environment as I used to. I tend to get it when there's a lot of pollution (i.e. driving during freeway traffic or when I'm driving behind cars that run on diesel). My nose is pretty sensitive when it comes to smell (it's compensated for my poor vision lol).
I get a lot of headaches and muscle tension. However, it doesn't disable me... being an INFJ, I can just pretend the pains don't exist, haha.
Originally Posted by Synarch
The solution is to introduce real pain in a controlled manner. It will relieve you.
I'm not too sure about that...
However, some time ago I experienced the worst pain in my life, ever. I'm amazed I didn't pass out. I almost wish I had... Experiencing something so awful did give me a new perspective to pain. But headache is a bit of a different story. It's not as much "physical pain" as it is throbbing discomfort.