A Frequent Cause Of Back Headache?
Good evening .. My name is Angey, I’m 17 years old. Back when I was in middle school, I was beaten all of a sudden by using a glass bottle in my back brain, and now my back head often hurts, especially if I bow or wake up sometimes it hurts, does that have anything to do with my case above? And if there isn’t, what might be other effects of the case? Thank you for the help..
Hello, thanks for the question.
Headaches are a common symptom that many people complain about. There are primary and secondary causes of headaches. Primary headaches are headaches that arise in the absence of an underlying disease, usually caused by a disruption in the structure of the head that is sensitive to pain and is not a symptom due to other diseases. Some types of primary headaches include:
Tension headaches, usually felt like a heavy head or bound, can be caused by depression, lack of sleep, stress, dehydration, irregular eating patterns, consuming alcohol, and others. Migraine, characterized by throbbing headaches on one or both sides of the head. Headaches, characterized by severe headaches, spread to the eyes. While secondary headaches are headaches that arise as a symptom of other diseases, for example headaches due to flu, dental problems, ear infections, brain infections, head trauma / injuries, visual disturbances such as glaucoma, etc. The head injury / trauma can cause the impact is serious or not, depending on the severity of the trauma that occurs, distinguished by the level of consciousness or nerve disorders that occur. Symptoms that arise from brain injury usually occur shortly after the injury and depend on the location / part of the head that is disturbed. But it can also arise for a long time after the incident, can be up to years, this is usually caused by a blood clot left in the brain, symptoms that can arise in the form of headaches continuously or disappear, and often, can also cause seizures brain function, etc. depends on the severity. Headaches are usually made worse by people who are obese or overweight, high blood pressure, often take pain medications, depression, habit of consuming too much caffeine, have sleep disorders, etc. If the headache is felt to be mild, it can be helped by adequate rest, consumption of healthy and nutritious food, adequate fluid requirements, control of risk factors as mentioned earlier, and can be helped by the consumption of pain medications sold freely at pharmacies. If complaints of pain do not decrease, headaches are felt so severe that they interfere with daily activities, headaches that occur very often, and cause the body to feel unwell between attacks of headaches, severe headaches accompanied by other symptoms such as stiff neck, feeling numb, paralyzed on one side of the body, fainting, difficult to see, difficult to talk and understand conversation or difficulty walking, or accompanied by high fever should consult a doctor. The doctor will conduct a thorough examination and supporting examinations such as blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, MRI, etc. as needed to find out the cause of the complaint. Handling will be adjusted to the conditions and causes of complaints.
Thus, hopefully it helps.
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