Back Headache Accompanied By Lack Of Appetite And Insomnia.?
I want to ask, I often get sick at the back of the head, symptoms are always followed by lack of appetite and difficulty sleeping. is that why? u003cbr u003thank you
Hello, good evening. Record ...
Headaches in the back can be caused by various conditions, including:
experiencing tension-type headache, which can be caused by:
infections, such as colds, coughs and colds
lack of fluids (dehydration)
lack of rest / sleep
tired eyes or dry eyes
excessive caffeine consumption
having a migraine, which can be triggered by:
noisy environment, too bright, unpleasant aroma
Hormonal changes in women, such as during menstruation, pregnancy, or during menopause
certain foods, for example foods that contain too much chemical substances such as artificial sweeteners, artificial food coloring, etc.
high blood pressure
occipital neuralgia, which is a disorder of the nerves around the base of the neck to the back of the head due to injury, inflammation, or pinched
poor posture, such as bowing or bending too much
disorders of the vertebrae in the neck area (HNP / Herniated Nucleus Pulposus)
Regarding the symptoms of lack of appetite and difficulty sleeping can be related, for example due to unbearable headaches then you become difficult to sleep, or maybe the headaches that you experience occur because you lack of appetite so you eat less or you eat too late later triggers an increase in stomach acid, causing headaches.
To ensure your condition, more complete information about complaints is needed, as well as direct examination. Therefore, we recommend that you see yourself directly to the doctor. For a while, while waiting for a doctor's schedule, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol, to help relieve complaints. In addition, we recommend that you get enough rest with a minimum of 7-8 hours of sleep a day, limit exhausting activities, avoid stress, consume at least 2 liters of water per day, eat regularly, avoid caffeine, stop smoking and avoid consuming alcoholic beverages. . Immediately check with the nearest doctor if:
headache accompanied by high fever
accompanied by vomiting
unbearable and different from the usual headaches you have experienced
vision is impaired
having a seizure
there is a history of injury at least 3 months back
had or was suffering from cancer that has the potential to spread throughout the body
That's all, hopefully it helps ..