This is Dr. David
you could be having bad acid reflux up from your stomach into your throat and jaw causing the neck pain and jaw pain.
are you having symptoms of acid reflux? heart burn? sore throat?
this can happen after binge drinking.
also you could be low in B12 and folate vitamins if you have a history of heavy drinking.
this can cause your nerves not to work properly and cause pain
are you taking a multivitamin?
sounds like a pinched nerve in your neck most likely
can happen if you sleep on your neck funny
running sometimes can put extra pressure on the disks inbetween the bones of your spine and cause disk protrusion and pressure on nerves which can cause pain.
do you feel a swollen lymph node there?
any hoarseness of voice?
you have blood pressure barrow receptors in your neck.
this would be easy to check your blood pressure when you are having these flustered periods
have you had your blood pressure checked?
stroke would be unlikely at your young age.
high blood pressure causing flushing would be more common.
sounds like you need your blood pressure checked again.
shingles usually comes out with a rash in the area of the pain.
usually blisters on the skin, sometimes it can take a day or two for the skin rash to manifest after the pain.
are you saying I am making things up?
jaw pain most commonly is from inflammation of the TMJ joint.
if you bite down or grind your teeth, you can have inflammation of the TMJ joint which can cause extreme pain on one side of the face and neck and radiate pain to the eye
do you have a history of TMJ joint inflammation?
artery would not cause pain. you can have referred pain from your spine to your neck or your jaws to your neck.
arteries themselves don't hurt.
you could have referred pain from your throat to your neck as well.
this could be a trigeminal neuralgial type of pain as well.
you would need an MRI scan of your brain to look for inflammation of the trigeminal nerve