Head Often Dizzy, Easy To Forget, Difficult To Concentrate On The History Of The Front Head Banged?
Good afternoon, I had an accident 5 years ago. The impact occurred on the front of the head, causing my head to dizzy for several weeks afterwards. What happened then was that I had difficulty remembering the names of classmates or names of people I just met. I also have difficulty remembering the order of numbers even though only a few digits. Several times I also forgot my own signature pattern. This is making it even more difficult for me now because I became a teacher and had to remember the names of students. Is there a way that I can do to train my memory? And is the pain in the head that I sometimes feel the impact of the impact? Thanks.
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Pain in the head can be caused by several causes, from a condition without an underlying cause, or the presence of an underlying illness. Primary headaches often occur without an underlying medical condition, several types of headaches such as tension type headaches, migraine type headaches, cluster type headaches. While secondary headaches are caused by underlying medical conditions, such as high blood pressure, head injury, stroke, bleeding in the brain, brain tumors, malignancies in the brain, post-alcohol consumption (hangover).
Need to be explored further about complaints that are easy to forget, impaired ability to remember that you have experienced since when the complaint was experienced, how severe the symptoms experienced, whether the longer feels burdensome, disrupt your daily activities such as forgetting to eat what you have not, not remembering the location of the key home or forget your own home location.
It is advisable to consult a neurologist about your condition for a thorough examination and management in accordance with your condition. Investigations such as imaging (x-ray, CT-scan) can be done if there are indications. Avoid doing activities that are too heavy, get enough rest, avoid collisions in the head area, can help your memory by making small notes in the book that you carry, avoid taking medication yourself without doctor's instructions. For more information on headaches, you can access this link.
Hopefully this information can help you,