Ok guys, I totally had this down. But now I'm scared again. Let me explain. This might be long. I moved to Colorado 12 years ago. 2 years ago I bought a house (our second, a year after selling first). I developed excruciating head pain and was diagnosed with occipital neuralgia. The only thing to give me any relief was deep tissue massage. A year ago Due to unforeseen circumstances we sold out house and moved nearer sea level. I discovered TMS after moving, worked hard on it, got much better over the course of a year, but never fully healed. Had many flare ups but survived. It never went away but it's completely easy to live a normal life. Well here I am a year later and we hate living away from our friends so moved back to Colorado (high altitude) and are in the process of buying a house. Buying a house is obviously stressful and moving to Colorado means giving up my dream of moving back to my home country, at least for the time being. Since I got here my head has gotten bad again. So now my brain is saying "Colorado = headache, sea level= slow improvement". Logically I know this is an association and stress from moving and buying a house but I can't move past the fact that I got worse at higher altitude. I keep thinking I'm doomed to pain for as long as I live here.