Frequent Headaches And Nausea Appear Faint Gray Lines On The Nails?
Good evening, I want to ask. My head ached almost every day, accompanied by nausea. In addition, the body gets tired easily, even though the work is not hard. And on my index nails appear a faint gray line, it hasn’t disappeared for months. R nAnd one more thing, why do I do sports like jogging for 20 minutes, rarely sweating. R n r nThank you, that’s all my question dr.
From the information you have conveyed, complaints of headaches and nausea may be caused by your physical fatigue and accompanied by food consumption habits that can interfere with digestion. If your digestion is disturbed, especially because you don't maintain the type of food you eat, this can affect your physical condition.
The habit of consuming spicy food, noodles, meatballs, pecel, fried rice, coffee, soda, ready-to-eat food, late meals will affect your digestive condition if these types of food and drinks are not controlled properly and appropriately.
In addition, several other conditions can also cause the same complaint, such as:
1. a digestive infection
2. High blood pressure
4. sleep late
5. liver disorders
As for nails, this condition can be caused by rupturing of the blood vessels under the nail, so in general it is not a special medical condition, unless this nail complaint is accompanied by nail damage or an unnatural thickening of the nail.
For excessive sweat, this may be due to your unbalanced water intake, the body's need for water every day can range from 1.5-2 liters of water. In addition, the possibility that you may not be sincere in your training can also be considered.
However, all of this you need to consult directly to your family doctor or your neurologist for examination and evaluation of these complaints. The doctor will evaluate all of your complaints, the longer you postpone direct examination to the doctor, the more difficult the cause of your complaint is to determine and requires a longer recovery.
The doctor can plan blood tests and radiological examinations to help determine the cause.
Management will be given according to the results obtained.
That is the information we can convey, read also fatigue.