A Throbbing Headache In The Back Accompanied By Nausea And Palpitations?
I have a headache behind the back sometimes, I suddenly catch it on the left or right, then when I drive, it hurts when I have a sleeping cop. Precisely on the 2nd day at 12 o’clock, I always relapse and I take extra panadol with the flu. I take Tremenza. still cold .. Not feeling well accompanied by restless nausea, dizziness and heart palpitations .. What should I do
Hello, good night Neng Dila Fadila ...
What you experience, which is a headache, flu, feeling unwell, nausea, dizziness, and palpitations, can be a symptom of a common cold or influenza infection. Both flu and colds can cause symptoms such as headaches, weakness and feeling unwell, nausea, nasal congestion, runny nose / runny nose, sneezing, and fever. Although the symptoms are similar, flu symptoms tend to be more severe and last longer than cold symptoms. Heart palpitations that you feel can occur because of the ongoing infection process, or because you have a fever or chills that can increase your heart rate.
In general, both colds and flu can disappear by themselves as the immune system improves. All you need to do is boost your immune system with adequate rest, consume nutritious foods high in protein and vitamins, and drink lots of water. But if your symptoms are so severe that they interfere with activities, we recommend that you see a doctor, right? The doctor will ask questions about complaints and do a physical examination to help establish the diagnosis. In general, no additional investigations are needed for a case like yours. To reduce the risk of transmission to the closest person, it is recommended that you diligently wash your hands and always use tissue to cover your nose and mouth every time you sneeze, then discard the tissue.
That's all, hopefully it helps, and hopefully get well soon ...