There are headaches that are related to traumatic injuries. For instance, a car accident can give you both whiplash and concussion which are known to cause headaches. Headaches caused by cervical spinal issues are called cervicogenic migraines. Cluster headaches caused by sudden dilation/constriction of blood vessels can produce blinding pain.
The most widely recognized cerebral pain is the classic tension headache, generally, starts by pressure in the neck muscles. Emotional stress, unhelpful workplace ergonomics, and poor posture can all contribute to tension headaches. Even an imbalance in the way your skull sits on your top vertebrae can produce chronic muscle tension.