I have also been experiencing this. I wouldn't necessarily say they are headaches, more of just a pressure and uncomfortable feeling in my forehead and inbetween my eyes and on the bridge on my nose. I get the feeling as soon as I turn the lights off. I have had to start sleeping with the lights on .
I went to my PCP after this was going on for about three months. He said it sounded like allergies and suggested benadryl. The benadryl only worked because it just made me tired and fall right asleep. I still had the sensastions. I really do not think it is allergies.
This has been going on every single night for about three or four months now. Haven't been able to get any answers yet. Have you had any luck?
Hi, just wondering if either of you have figured this out in the 3 years since you posted. My son is having a similar issue. Thank you for any response.
I wonder if it could be some fluid or something stuffing up the sinuses, which maybe gets worse on lying down ?
That would make sense perhaps, with a frontal headache?
Perhaps ask your doctor about that possibility.
Would an elevated head position help?
I wonder about needing a light on at night. I am the same now, ever since I had Covid in April. The total darkness seems to upset me somehow (in my case I think it's just that I like the comfort of a dim light and it's psychological.)
So I put a 40 watt lamp on low setting in the next room and sleep with my door open.