Headaches can be divided into several categories. It sounds like your headaches may be associated with the pace of your life. Headaches in the morning (especially ones that come on every morning) should be looked at carefully to be sure that they are not do to a rare brain tumor. I am not suggesting that is what you have, but when a doctor
has a patient with morning headaches, a brain tumor is what needs ruled out first.
The most common types of headaches are tension headaches and migraines. Tension headaches are do to contractions of the muscles in the back of the head. They start in the neck and work there way around the head on both sides. Migraines are usually on one side of the head and have a throbbing nature to them. Sometimes they are preceded by and aura such as flashing lights seen in the corner of the eye.
I suggest that you schedule an appointment with your primary care physician
. He or she can examine you, perform a full neurological exam, and get a detailed history of your symptoms. From there your doctor can recommend additional testing (if necessary) and treatment for your pain. I hope you feel better soon.