Dizziness In The Head Behind The Eyes That Never Goes Away?
I want to ask me that from Thursday afternoon to Sunday afternoon the dizziness did not go away, usually when I was dizzy I slept for a long time, how come it didn’t heal until Sunday, initially dizziness on the back of the truss up until the eye truss until the eye became half dizzy the truss is now dizzy next to the right truss. why is that? truss if the night is accompanied by a rather hot body. thanks doctor 🙂
Hi Adora, Thank you for the question.
Maybe you mean headaches and not dizziness because dizziness is not felt in one head. Dizziness is different from headaches. Dizziness is the sensation of losing balance, the sensation of turning, or the sensation of fainting.
Headaches that are felt in one side of the head can be caused by:
migraine tension headaches headaches cluster headaches infection of the ear side infections temporal sinusitis trigeminal arteritis neuralgia Have you taken your temperature? A person is said to have a fever if his body temperature reaches more than 37.5 degrees Celsius. In general, fever is caused by the body's reaction to an infection, either a viral, bacterial or parasitic infection. Several health conditions can cause fever, such as respiratory infections, sinusitis, pneumonia, tuberculosis, gastroenteritis, dental infections, ear infections, dengue fever, typhus, and others.
You can try taking paracetamol to relieve headaches and fever. Please continue to have enough rest, meet your body's daily needs, and increase your consumption of nutritious foods.
If this complaint has occurred for several days and interferes with your activities, please consult your doctor immediately. An examination by a doctor is required to determine the cause of your complaint. Your doctor needs to find out more about your complaint and examine you. If necessary, the doctor will carry out supporting examinations such as blood tests, sputum tests, X-rays, and others. The next treatment depends on the results of the doctor's examination.
I hope this helps.