Headache Accompanied By Neck Tension?
I want to ask..I’m only 14 years old..I’ve had headaches every day for almost a year..every time I sit or sleep, when I wake up I like to get dizzy and my vision is dark.. Sometimes I also have pain in the back of my neck and head..that’s a symptom What is it? Thanks
Thanks for the question
Dizziness is a feeling of lightheadedness, spinning, "shaking", or unbalance experienced by sufferers due to disruption of the balance system. Dizziness is not a disease that stands alone, but only a symptom of various underlying diseases. These perceived symptoms can be exacerbated by various activities such as walking, changing positions from sitting to standing or vice versa, or with head movements.
Causes of dizziness include:
Hypotension. This can happen when the heart doesn't pump enough blood to the brain. The cause is a drastic drop in blood pressure. This can happen when a person sits up or stands up too quickly (orthostatic hypotension). Vertigo, is a symptom with the sensation of yourself or your surroundings feeling spinning that occurs suddenly. Another symptom associated with vertigo is loss of balance. These signs will trigger vertigo sufferers to have difficulty standing or walking, nausea, vomiting and sweating. Iron deficiency anemia is a condition of iron deficiency which results in a decrease in the number of red blood cells. Symptoms of aneman anemia include feeling tired, lacking energy, pale, shortness of breath, difficulty concentrating or thinking, dizziness, and tingling sensations in the feet. Dehydration and too hot weather. Hypoglycemia (lack of sugar) Excessive exercise / Excessive activity Motion sickness Effect of drugs, such as anticonvulsants, antidepressants, sedatives and anesthetics, as well as blood pressure lowering drugs. To relieve the sensation of dizziness, you can take pain relievers, including mefenamic acid or paracetamol. Even though dizziness is often not caused by a dangerous disease, you should see a doctor if the dizziness you experience continues and gets worse. The doctor will carry out a physical examination and support such as a blood test if needed. I hope this information is helpful
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