A Headache, Throbbing?
Good afternoon, I want to ask, I often have a headache like a senut. When I checked my cholesterol 197. Is my sqq kepqla due to cholesterol? Thanks ….
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Do you mean that cholesterol is total cholesterol? If you mean total cholesterol, then 197 is still normal. High blood cholesterol itself actually does not cause any symptoms. However, high blood cholesterol can increase the risk of various diseases such as coronary heart disease, heart attacks, strokes, and other atherosclerotic (hardening of the arteries) related diseases. Some of these high cholesterol complications can cause headache symptoms.
The headaches that are throbbing are most often caused by migraine headaches. The following are migraine symptoms that you can read. Some other possible causes include cluster headaches, trigerminal neuralgia, temporal arteritis (inflammation of the temporal blood vessels in the head), aneurysm, head injury, bleeding in the head, infection, etc.
You can try taking headache medications such as paracetamol to help relieve your headaches, consume a little caffeine to strengthen the effects of the drug, sleep in a dark and quiet room, compress the head and neck with cold compresses or warm compresses, massage the neck and shoulders gently, consume enough fluids, reduce stress, get enough sleep (7-9 hours per day). If the headache does not subside or the pain you feel is very severe, you encounter certain neurological symptoms (visual disturbances, weakness of the body, seizures, etc.), immediately consult a neurologist for further evaluation and management.
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