, I want to ask, nI have both right and left Cylinders eyes nEven though I wear glasses it still hurts nAnd so when I have a headache it hurts so I want to vomit nAnd for what medication does it work? nCreate pain relief. n nPlease give the recipe Yah nThank you
Hello Mega, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Having a cylinder eye condition will not give you a headache. Correction of the wrong glasses can cause headache symptoms in people with refractive errors. However, there are many causes of headaches. The following are some of the things that can cause headaches:
Migraine Headaches due to muscle tension (Tension type headache) Cluster headaches History of head injury Increased pressure inside the head, for example due to tumors, brain hemorrhages, brain cancer Infection of the brain or lining of the brain Prodromal symptoms of infection elsewhere Anemia and dehydration Side effects of drugs Certain medications Aneurysms in brain blood vessels Psychological disorders that manifest in physical disorders There are many more causes of headaches, therefore more information is needed regarding when the headache started, what triggers and eliminates the headache, location of pain, pain intensity, history of injury head, history of other diseases, medications taken, other symptoms that accompany headaches such as nausea, vomiting, fever, neck tension, other neurological disorders, and so on.
If indeed your headache has been going on for a long time and does not go away with painkillers that you can buy freely, you should check with your doctor directly. The doctor can do a more in-depth examination, ask about the above questions, do a physical examination, and if needed, the doctor can also ask you to do supporting examinations such as blood tests or CT scans. Prescription drugs can only be given if you check directly with a doctor.
For now, some of the things you can do include:
adequate sleep and rest reduce stress and do relaxation techniques such as breathing exercises, meditation, yoga Drink enough at least 2-3 liters a day Eat adequate amounts Avoid alcohol and reduce caffeine consumption Take pain relievers such as paracetamol to help reduce symptoms
That's all from me, hopefully I can answer your question.
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