Frequent Headaches If You Do Not Consume Coffee?
Hello doctor … my name is Deva, age 38, my daily habit is drinking coffee 1-2 times a day … well, every time I have a plan I want to reduce coffee … I’m actually a migraine, for example every PG I have coffee, to noon or in the afternoon TDK was drinking … why did a migraine even … tx.
Hi Sa Nu,
Migraine or headaches are one type of primary headache (without obvious cause). Migraine headaches can cause moderate to severe headaches, affecting one side of the head and can be accompanied by accompanying symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light or sound. In addition to migraines, complaints that you experience can also be caused by the following conditions:
Tension type headaches Cluster headaches Headaches due to other medical conditions (secondary headaches), for example are headaches when you have the flu or headaches due to caffeine addiction (active substances in coffee) etc. If the complaint that you experience only occurs when you stop consuming caffeine, your complaints can be caused by caffeine addiction. However, it is necessary to check first to ensure that you should immediately consult a doctor if the complaint is frequent or very severe.
The doctor will ask for a history of your complaint, conduct a physical examination or supporting examination related to the complaint. Investigations that may be recommended by doctors are blood tests or examination such as x-ray or MRI if needed.
If the complaint is caused by a secondary headache then the treatment given will be adjusted to the underlying condition. In secondary headaches triggered by caffeine addiction, the treatment steps that can be taken by doctors are a gradual decrease in caffeine consumption or the use of pain medications such as ibuprofen or paracetamol.
May be useful,