I want to ask. my head is dizzy, but the part that fits on the back of my head feels like there is a sound of water (hisses) when you go to sleep getting dizzy, that’s why it is. Please directions. The thing is I don’t usually have headaches like this.
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Dizziness accompanied by disturbing sounds (tinnitus), especially in the back of the head, can indicate the following conditions:
Exposure to excessive noise
Migraine (primary headache that feels throbbing due to neurovascular disorders in the brain)
Hypertension (high blood pressure)
Atherosclerosis (buildup of fatty plaque on the walls of blood vessels that causes blood flow to be smooth)
Vertigo (spinning dizziness that can trigger it due to a disturbance in the balance center in the brain or inner ear)
Inflammation of the outer ear (otitis media), for example due to infection or a buildup of earwax
Brain tumor (eg acoustic neuroma)
Head or neck injury
Disorders of the jaw joint, for example due to inflammation, fracture, cracking, or dislocation
Meniere's disease (abnormal pressure in the fluid in the inner ear), and so on
How long has it been for you? Does it feel so heavy that it disturbs you in your activities?
If the complaint has appeared for a long time, often recurs, or is very disturbing, it's a good idea to have the condition checked directly to a doctor. If necessary, the doctor may refer you to a neurologist or ENT specialist for further evaluation and treatment, including for example by examination. blood, X-rays, CT scans, or MRI.
In the meantime, overcome the dizziness and annoying sounds in the following ways:
Sleep more discipline, don't stay up late or sleep too late
Get rid of excessive stress or anxiety, multiply relaxation
Follow a healthy diet, limit salt and foods high in saturated fat and trans fat
Do not listen to excessive noise (including wearing a headset to listen to music)
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah