Frequent Causes Of Back Headaches Accompanied By Nausea?
Excuse me, I have frequent headaches. The first, every time I was in front of the computer I would suddenly feel dizzy and nauseous. Second, every 2 or 3 months the center of the back of the head feels softer than the other side and the hair that grows on the flabby part of the head can easily fall out if it is held. Do you think it hurts and how to handle it? I didn’t have time to get close because my students were boarding. Thanks
Headache pain is something that can be caused due to various causes. From the situation you are experiencing, the headache you feel especially when you look at the computer may be due to a tension type headache.
A tension type headache is a very common thing. tension type headache is a primary type headache (not caused by another disease). Tension type headaches can be affected due to several factors, for example being too long looking at a computer screen, lack of rest, tension / emotions. Tension type headaches can cause symptoms such as pain on both sides of the head, can also be pain in the middle of the head and feel a little pain when pressed, the pain feels throbbing. Tension-type headaches can also get better within 2-3 days with rest and medication.
The center of the head is not soft, if you feel soft when it is pressed then it may be due to pain or swelling in the area, the swelling may be due to bruises.
But besides that, the condition you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
Myopia / eye minus hyperthyroid migraine cancer. Therefore, to determine the cause of the condition you are experiencing, you should check with your doctor directly so that the doctor can examine your condition directly, so that the doctor can provide the right therapy for you. maybe later additional examinations will be carried out such as blood tests, X-rays, or CT scans if deemed necessary.
it is advisable not to smoke, get enough rest. do not stare at the computer for too long, rest your eyes for a moment by leaving the room and breathing fresh air. stretch when you have worked long enough.
here is an article that you can read about headaches
may be useful. thank you