Over 10 million Americans suffer from chronic headaches or migraines, with up to 60 percent of women’s headaches associated with hormonal imbalance. Fortunately, the Sadhna Center offers chronic headache treatment with hormonal optimization.There are many types and sub-types of headaches. Chronic daily headaches, which occur 15 days or more a month, are one sub-type. Tension-type headaches and migraines are also common sub-types of headaches. They can both be chronic, though they aren’t always. Other types of chronic daily headaches include: Hemicrania continua, a one-sided headache that can feel like a migraine Primary stabbing headaches, which last for a few seconds and can occur several times throughout the day Primary exertional headaches, caused by exercise Chronic paroxysmal hemicranias, sharp, one-sided headaches that can cause tearing or a congested nose Medication overuse headaches, which occur from overusing pain medications for headaches for at least three months. These headaches occur at least 15 days out of the month.