Dizziness All Over The Head After Cutting Hair?
Hello, permission to ask why, after I cut my head, it felt so heavy. Not a migrant but. Dizziness to the entire head so.
Hello Nita, Thank you for the question.
Previously, I clarified that the term dizziness was not the same as a headache. Dizziness is a complaint such as spinning (either yourself or the environment), a sense of loss of balance, a feeling of floating, or a feeling of fainting. Therefore, the use of these two terms must be distinguished.
Complaints of headaches can be caused by various health conditions so it is not easy to find the cause. However, with more complete information about a person's symptoms, physical examination, and supporting examinations, the doctor will be able to ascertain the cause. Your headache complaints are less likely to be triggered by the act of cutting hair. Some of the possible causes are tension headaches, dehydration, low blood sugar levels, anemia, and lack of sleep.
You can try the following recommendations:
multiply rest, do not do excessive physical activity multiply consumption of water consumption of food by regularly managing stress well consumption of over-the-counter pain relievers such as paracetamol if headaches are very annoying If headache complaints do not improve for more than 1 week or if accompanied by high fever , stiff neck, or continuous vomiting, please consult your doctor immediately for tests (blood tests, CT scans, MRI) and further treatment.
Hopefully this information helps you.