Eye Pain When Performing Prostrations?
how are you, I want to ask, a few days ago my head was aching in the area between my eyes and above when doing prostrations, what should I do, thank you
Hello Br. Tbilhad nuri ahmad thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. Based on your narrative, the possibility that can happen to you is a medical condition called sinusitis or inflammation of the sinuses. Sinus is a cavity that is located behind the nose, eyes and forehead, and in normal circumstances this cavity should be in a sterile condition. In a state of pain, the walls of the sinus mucosa (inner wall of the sinus) experience a blockage of secretion flow, and if left unchecked will cause bacterial infection in the future. The fluid that is retained and infected with bacteria is what will trigger sinusitis.
Here are some of the factors that cause sinusitis are:
sinus flow obstruction smooth hair / cilia that functions to drain the sinus fluid is a disruption in the amount and quality of mucous fluid which is where if the sinus flow is blocked, there will be several things such as:
Fluid buildup in the sinus cavity lack of oxygen and difficulty breathing decrease the activity of ciliary fibers to clean the sinus cavity, which can be a good medium for germ growth. There are several clinical conditions that can cause sinusitis including anatomic abnormalities of the nasal cavity, allergic and non-allergic rhinitis, asthma, nasal polyps, tumors, immunological diseases, recurrent upper respiratory infections, smoking, environmental irritation as well as pollution and toothache.
However, there are also other conditions that might be the cause of your condition, namely:
migraine optic neuritis paralysis of the cranial nerve cluster type headaches Because there are so many possible causes of your condition, we recommend that you consult a doctor regarding your complaint. So that you are examined carefully and given therapy according to the underlying cause. While you can do some simple things to reduce your complaints such as:
keep your nose clean, and also your teeth if pain arises you can take drugs that you can easily get in a pharmacy without a doctor's prescription like ibuprofen or paracetamol avoid exposure to substances that make you prone to sneezing or allergies such as dust, plant dust, dust mites, pollution air, cigarette smoke do a healthy lifestyle to increase immunity so it is not easily attacked by allergies, avoid staying up late and do not smoke or consume alcohol. Thus we can convey, hopefully the information we convey can be useful for you. thanks.