Frequent Headaches With Palpitations?
rnI often have headaches, especially the right and back of the headrnSometimes it affects my heart, so it beats faster than usual.rnWhy do you think so ?rnI’ve been checked by a medical doctor, but he said it’s okay :(rnI rarely drink coffee toornPlease reply
The presence of complaints of headaches and palpitations, may be caused by the body's response to the increased need for glucose in your blood that has not been fulfilled properly.
If the results of the doctor's examination do not find anything risky, then this condition can usually be caused by physical exhaustion, insufficient food intake, late eating or lack of sleep.
When you start to experience a drop in blood glucose, but you don't compensate for it by eating or drinking; or maybe you are late to eat, then complaints of dizziness and palpitations can begin to be felt, and usually increase during the day, when working outside the field or in the hot sun, or when you skip your meal schedule, or when you work more than usual. . So the body responds by increasing blood flow and heart rate to help supply energy to your body.
However, this needs to be confirmed by a doctor directly, especially when this complaint appears, you can immediately consult a doctor, so that the doctor can find out your condition and possible causes.
What you need to do to prevent recurrence is adequate sleep, avoiding consumption of spicy foods, noodles, meatballs, soda; and drink enough water during activities. If this complaint appears suddenly, immediately give warm sugar water for you to drink.
This is the information we can convey.