Headache Accompanied By Cold Sweat And Nausea?
I want to ask the head of my left back often hurts suddenly, sometimes getting worse and cold sweat. and until body balance is irregular. a bit of nausea also even spreads to the shoulders or neck and sometimes nearsighted vision
Hello Eki, thank you for asking.
The recurring headaches that have been going on for years surely disturb and sometimes make someone unproductive. Unfortunately, it's not always the cause of recurring headaches with certainty. Some conditions that you may be experiencing are:
Cluster type headache.
Persistent chronic headaches.
Tension type headaches.
Some people with the above conditions will feel a headache, some will feel on both sides of the head. These headaches are often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, stiffness or pain in the nape of the neck and shoulders, visual disturbances, cold sweat. In migraines and clusters, headaches can be triggered by conditions of psychological stress, physical fatigue, inadequate rest (for example, lack of sleep), certain positions, certain odors, hormonal changes (for example around menstruation in women), effects of alcohol or certain medications.
In addition, headaches accompanied by impaired balance accompanied by nausea, vomiting, possibly vertigo. Vertigo can be caused by disruption of the balance tool in the inner ear or disruption of the balance center in the brain.
You should consult a neurologist about this. The doctor may require a radiological examination such as a CT scan or MRI to look for any or no abnormalities in the brain that might cause chronic headaches. If there are no structural abnormalities in the brain, your doctor may treat headaches with triptan, ergot, muscle pelema, anticonvulsant, or other drug classes as indicated.
You can try to reduce recurrence by:
Sleep 6-8 hours a day every day.
Regular exercise 3-5 times a day, moderate intensity, for 30 minutes.
Recognize and overcome psychological stress factors.
Do the relaxation method that is suitable.
Limit the time staring at an electronic screen. Do not look at the electronic screen in dark or dark conditions.
Stretch your neck and shoulder muscles regularly.
Avoid cigarettes and alcohol consumption
Thus information from me, may be useful. Regards.