Causes And Ways To Deal With Ringing Ears Accompanied By Headaches?
Congratulations psiang, I have problems with my ears, ringing in the ears (tinnitus) accompanied by the head (the crown) feels pain, this has been running for less than 5 months. when lying down (sleeping) the whining and dizzy sounds are quite loud. sometimes the breath is also a little tight. I am 36 years old now and my weight / height is more or less 85kg / 170 cm.
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There are complaints of ringing in the ears, pain in the crown area, and feeling of tightness that you feel, this is likely to be triggered by your physical condition which decreases due to fatigue, lack of sleep and possibly due to irregular eating or on a diet. If your weight is high enough, the first step you can take is to make the energy you consume effective on your activities. One effort that can be done is with sports. However, sports must also be done in stages and not push yourself.
Excess body weight for height or when your BMI is calculated, this shows that you are overweight, reaching 29.4 to a normal value of about 25 kg / m2. So that the optimal weight reference value is expected to reach 72 kg. However, for the initial stages, at least one to two kilograms can go down helps to reduce the complaints you feel.
Excessive body weight conditions can possibly trigger tension in the head muscles (such as the crown area), which can be related to the type of food you consume, the portion of food you consume, snacks, or even if you are on a diet by reducing energy content. for you to consume. So, even if you start to reduce the portion of food due to diet, then the possibility of doing this is not quite right, because your energy needs for bodily functions are still out of balance, which ultimately causes muscle tension or complaints of pain in your head region.
Or if at this time, you are not on a diet, it is necessary to note the number of meals, types of food and the risks you consume. If all this is incorrect or still not controlled, it can also trigger head muscle tension or pain in the area of your fontanel.
Meanwhile, the presence of tinnitus complaints, can trigger complaints of headache or complaints of headaches can also be caused by other conditions. The presence of tinnitus can be triggered by several things, such as:
2. Lack of sleep
3. Infection or inflammation of the ear
4. Flu or cough
5. The habit of using earphones
While the complaint of tightness, can be triggered by respiratory disorders or digestive disorders or heart problems.
Because all this is still in the form of conjecture and there is no direct examination, so to ensure all of this, consultation and examination is needed directly to your doctor. Visit your family doctor or your doctor. The doctor will conduct an interview related to this complaint, then a physical examination and supporting examination will be conducted to help ascertain the cause. Each of these complaints can be related or not, physical examination by a doctor will be able to help the confirmation. Care and treatment will be given according to the results of the examination that has been done.
For now, if some of the things above do not suit your condition, a direct examination is needed. And in general, you can work on a number of things, such as avoiding physical fatigue, avoid sleeping late and avoiding greasy, cholesterol and instant foods. Expand water and nutritious food.
Thus the info we can convey.