Dizziness In The Head Of The Middle Part And Feels Numb?
Hello Doctor … 2 days I feel dizzy continuously. Prevably during the middle of the month of fasting then I got a cold allergy to dust from clothes that had been stored for a long time and then sneezed u0026amp; runny nose. To the ENT doctor, the medicine for concoction, analsik and iliadin, but the common cold has decreased somewhat. How is this doctor? What is the cause of this headache after drinking analsic … Panadol extra …. beg for a doctor from the doctor …
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Pain in the head area can be caused by several different types of headaches. Headache can be divided into primary and secondary headaches. Primary head pain consists of several types, including tension type headaches, migraine type headaches, and cluster type headaches. Secondary headache is headache caused by other medical conditions such as hypertension, respiratory infections or parts of the ear, nose and throat, vascular disorders, trauma, malignancy.
Each type of headache can have different pain characteristics. Tension type headache can generally have a sensation of pain such as pressure on the entire head. Migraine headaches can give a throbbing sensation to one side of the head. Cluster type headaches can provide severe pain sensation in the area around the eye, often repeating in certain patterns.
Each type of headache has an effective treatment and different types of treatment. It is advisable to consult a doctor regarding further examination and management related to your condition. Physical examination needs to be done and can be considered supporting examinations such as blood tests or imaging of the head region if found indications of the examination. Can be taken by pain medication or therapy with oxygen in cluster type headaches.
Avoid taking medication alone without doctor's instructions, avoid doing activities that are too strenuous, avoid triggering allergies to you, ensuring adequate diet and rest.
Hopefully this information can help you,