Causes Of Headaches After Consuming Processed Honey?
I haven’t had honey in a long time. I started drinking honey again a few days ago. I bought honey brand “Ind*****t”. But I have a headache every time I drink honey. Taking headache medicine does not work either. But my throat feels warm, even though I don’t have a sore throat. I wonder why?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Honey is one of the foodstuffs that so far is considered useful by many people. And that's not a bad thing. Many studies in medicine show how many benefits of honey. Among them are increasing stamina, treating diarrhea, relieving asthma, relieving coughs, lowering blood sugar levels and many others. Even so, you should not give honey to children under the age of 1 year to avoid the risk of certain diseases.
In addition, not all honey is safe, especially honey that comes from the nectar of the Rhododendron plant can cause low blood pressure, chest pain and heart problems. So before you consume honey, you should make sure in advance whether the honey is registered with BPOM RI or not and when the expiration date is.
Regarding your condition, this could actually happen because maybe you are allergic to honey, the honey you consume is not real or includes honey that is not recommended for drinking, or other things that happen to happen close to your honey consumption and have nothing to do with the same honey. very. Our advice, if this continues, check your condition to the doctor for examination and further checks whether the condition is indeed due to honey or because of other things.
Meanwhile, if you really suspect honey, try to avoid using it at least until it is declared safe by your doctor. In addition, you should increase your water consumption, get enough rest, eat on time and reduce activity. You can also take over-the-counter painkillers by reading the instructions for use listed to relieve your headache. Please click the following link for more information about the Benefits of Honey. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa