Causes And Overcome Severe Headaches?
Hello warahmatullahi wabarakatuh I want to ask if you use bath soap, moisturizers, and other cosmetic ingredients on my face I have a headache and continue to feel sick if there is a pungent smell and also dizzy if there is a smell of oil and others. take medicine stalls?
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Headaches are a complaint that often occurs in everyone in various ages both women and men, these headaches can be described as a headache that feels heavy, throbbing, or like being tied. Most headaches are not a serious medical condition.
Based on the causes of headaches can be categorized into primary headaches and secondary headaches. Primary headaches are a type of headache without any specific cause. Primary headaches include:
Tension type headaches are a type of headache that often arises, these headaches appear like being tied to something or are depressed, although generally it doesn't require a specific medical treatment Migraine: headaches that are felt only on one side are usually felt like throbbing pain generally will triggered by sensitivity to sound and light, nausea and vomiting and so on. Cluster headaches: attacks of headaches that spread to one of the eyes are felt heavy, to make the eyes become runny and red. Gender headaches are headaches caused by an underlying disease such as:
Sinusitis Ear infections Toothache Flu Brain infections for example: Meningitis, encephalitits Brain tumors Stroke or disorders of blood vessels in the brain Besides headaches are also often triggered by daily habits such as:
Sensitive to certain odors, in some people certain odors can trigger headaches such as cigarette smoke, vehicle smoke and perfume. Unwittingly, inhaling this odor can cause headaches. Restless Depression Physical activity that makes your neck or head tense Too much caffeine Lack of rest To reduce the headache There are a number of things you can do, namely:
As much as possible to avoid the smell that smells, if you find a trigger factor in your headache is a pungent odor you should avoid as much as possible. But if you can not control the odor that arises around you, you can bring a small bottle of essential oil with the aroma of papermint usually that can help reduce headaches and make you feel comfortable and calm. Relaxation routine exercise, by taking the time to relax, such as reading a book, taking a bath with warm water, meditation, relaxation exercises, or yoga can help. There is less stress so avoid headaches. Doing stretches if headaches are caused by activities involving muscles such as sitting position too long Avoid excessive consumption of caffeine Asrtikel further on: Prevention of headache
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