Frequent Twitching And Nosebleeds, What Is The Danger?
I want to ask, if twitching often is dangerous or not, right? But sometimes 5 minutes and different places but it seems like almost every day … and yesterday I also had a lot of nosebleeds and it took almost 1 hour, at first the pain from the nose spread to the head but the pain was not too pronounced, it didn’t take long from that immediately. why is that ??
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Twitches and nosebleeds can be mild, but they can also be serious and require further treatment.
In general, twitching occurs as a result of disturbances in the muscles that cause them to contract involuntarily, quickly and uncontrollably. This condition needs to be watched out for dangerous if it recurs very often, with a very large amplitude, or appears accompanied by other complaints, such as sensation disturbances, motor problems, sleep disturbances, excessive anxiety, and various other complaints. Usually, twitching occurs due to the following conditions:
Muscle fatigue, when it appears in the eyes, often occurs as a result of staring at gadgets for too long, lack of sleep, reading too much or working with high accuracy. Imbalance of electrolytes, blood sugar or body fluids Nervous disorders, for example due to diabetes, brain disorders, spinal cord disorders Excessive caffeine or alcohol consumption Mental disorders, for example due to anxiety, panic, or excessive fear Meanwhile, nosebleeds occur due to rupture of blood vessels in the nasal cavity. Nosebleeds should be suspected of being dangerous if they appear for a long time, which is more than 15 minutes. Nosebleeds that recur very often, preceded by head injury, or also accompanied by other bleeding symptoms, such as bruising, bleeding gums, vomiting blood, bloody bowel movements, etc. also need to be checked directly by a doctor so that the cause is identified. Long nosebleeds accompanied by headaches to the nose like you are experiencing can result from the following reasons:
Sniffing the nose or blowing excessive mucus Environmental conditions that are too hot or dry Rhinosinusitis A benign or malignant tumor in the nasal cavity, for example polyps, carcinoma Head injury, especially the area around the nose Hypertension Bleeding disorders, for example due to blood cancer, hemophilia, ITP (idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura) , vitamin K deficiency, and so on. We recommend that you check your complaint directly to a doctor so that it is examined more deeply for possible causes. Yes. Several types of examinations, including blood tests, X-rays, CT scans, and so on may be recommended by your doctor. The treatment that will be given later can vary depending on the cause of your complaint.
The suggestions that you should do at this time are:
Compress areas of the body that often twitch using warm water. Limit excessive activities using parts of the body that often twitch. Always wear comfortable clothes and make sure your posture is ergonomic while doing activities. Live a healthy diet, contain balanced nutritional value, are rich in vitamin K. Do not consume alcohol and any medication carelessly Do not pick your nose or blow your nose excessively rest more when there is a nosebleed, compress the bridge of the nose with an ice cube, press on the right and left nostrils, then breathe through the mouth Drink more If the pain in the nose and head still feels quite severe, drink first the paracetamol drug to relieve it Hopefully it helps ...