Causes And Solutions To The Right Migraine After An Accident?
I have migraine headaches every day, is this effect due to my collision a month ago or not. If there is swelling in my right head, and what is the solution? thanks
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clear, what kind of swelling in your head do you mean? Has it been checked by a doctor and it is stated that there is swelling in your head?
If the mean swelling in the head is swelling of the brain (cerebral edema), then it is true that this condition can indeed cause headaches, can be limited to one side of the head, can also both. Apart from injuries (including collisions that you have experienced before), this brain swelling can also occur due to other triggers, for example infections (such as meningitis, encephalitis, toxoplasmosis), tumors, blockage or bleeding of blood vessels in the brain, even extreme elevation of the brain (high exposure) altitudes cerebral edema). Not only headache, swelling of the brain can also make your neck ache and stiffness, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, impaired vision, impaired memory, impaired balance, speech disorders, convulsions, even fainting to coma.
Apart from the swelling of the brain that you have experienced before, side headaches can also occur due to other triggers, such as hormonal fluctuations, cluster headaches, migraines, stress, consumption of certain foods or drinks (often containing preservatives, caffeine, and alcohol), conditions uncomfortable environment, changes in sleep patterns, physical fatigue, the influence of drugs, and so on. Other diseases, for example brain tumors, sinusitis, cerebral aneurysms, head injuries, hypertension, toothaches, jaw joint disorders, nerve clamps, metabolic disorders, etc. can also cause headaches.
The right solution that we can offer at this time is, check yourself directly to a doctor or neurologist so that you do a more in-depth evaluation while providing appropriate treatment according to the cause of your complaint. In severe cases, the doctor can direct you to undergo further tests, such as x-rays, laboratories, CT scans, MRI, and so on. As a preliminary treatment, you can take the drug paracetamol first so that the pain in your head gradually recovers. Do not forget, sleep more regularly, do not over consume foods and drinks that are prone to triggers headaches (as mentioned above), multiply rest, not too tired of activity, manage your stress well, stay away from cigarettes and drugs, and do not carelessly drink other drugs unless prescribed directly by a doctor.
Hope this helps ...