Front Headache Accompanied By A Throbbing Sensation?
Morning, let me introduce, when I was 30 years old, lately my middle forehead throbbed when I finished doing something that drained my mind or took too long in a meeting room, when I was browsing to find out the cause, I instead found articles about signs of death. in the middle of my forehead (between the two eyebrows) what is that, because indeed my routine for the past 2 weeks has been quite tiring and I became frightened after reading the article about the signs of death. Thank you in advance…
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A throbbing forehead or a throbbing forehead is also called twitching, this condition is a muscle contraction that cannot be controlled and is localized in certain areas. Usually muscles that often experience twitching can occur around the face, lips, eyes, shoulders, thighs or other parts of the body. This twitch is usually not accompanied by any accompanying complaints, so the patient does not feel complaints of pain, or headaches. However, this twitch often follows complaints of ongoing physical fatigue, so that twitch complaints often occur.
Some of the conditions below can cause complaints of twitching in the muscles, namely:
Fatigue Stress Anxiety Alcohol Cigarette Excess coffee Coffee disorders electrolyte balance Lack of sleep can also trigger complaints complaints Related to your question, the forehead area or around the eyes throbbing or twitching, indicating the presence of muscle tension around the throbbing area. So if this condition is caused by the many burdens of activity that you are experiencing right now, or because of the tasks that you have to do, then you should balance this physical and psychological fatigue with relaxation, and adequate sleep. Thus, it is hoped that your body will experience selection and your muscles will be more relaxed.
Thus, muscle tone or pulsation is not related to the story of death, because there is no clinical evidence to support this information. However, you should still consult with your family doctor or your neurologist for examination and evaluation of complaints and their causes. The doctor can plan supporting examinations that can help the presence or absence of other diseases, such as high blood cholesterol, high blood pressure, or an unbalanced electrolyte condition due to lack of water intake.
Care and treatment will be given according to the examination results obtained. So by continuing your doctor's plan, it is hoped that the doctor can help you control this complaint.
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