Tension Headache Clinical Trial – Utah Tension Headache Study

***JBR Clinical Research is not accepting new applicants for this study at this time. If you would like to be considered for other studies, please submit a form on our Healthy Volunteers Study page or call us at 801-261-2000. Thank you!***

Do You Suffer from Tension Headaches?

If you suffer from tension headaches, you may be able to take part in an upcoming clinical research study testing a pain medication for the treatment of tension headaches.

Tension Headache Clinical Trial Basic Qualifications Are:

  • 18 and Older
  • Male or Female
  • Must have Tension Headaches

If You Qualify You May Receive:

Health Care Related to the Study
No Cost Investigational Pain Medication
Compensation for Time and Travel Related to the Tension Headache Study

If you are interested in being considered for the Tension Headache Clinical Trial, please fill out the information and submit the form on this page. You may also call JBR Clinical Research directly at 801-261-2000.

Tension-type headaches are the most common type of headache, accounting for about half of all headaches. The pain is usually mild-to-moderate in intensity, with a steady pressing or tightening quality (like a vise being squeezed around the head).

The headache is not accompanied by nausea or vomiting, and the pain is not increased by routine physical activity such as walking or climbing stairs. A tension-type headache attack can last anywhere from 30 minutes to an entire week.

Who Gets Tension-Type Headaches?

Women are more likely to get tension-type headaches than men. Nearly everyone will have at least one tension-type headache at some point in their lives. Many people who have migraine headaches also have tension-type headaches.

What Is The Difference Between Tension Headaches & Migraine Headaches?

Migraines and tension headaches have some similar characteristics, but also some important differences:

  • Migraine pain is usually throbbing and while tension-type headache pain is usually a steady ache
  • Migraine pain often affects only one side of the head while tension-type headache pain typically affects both sides of the head
  • Migraine headaches, but not tension-type headaches, may be accompanied by nausea or vomiting, sensitivity to both light and sound, or aura