Headache Accompanied By Prolonged Nausea?
amu’alaikum wr.wbrnI am a high school student. For almost 8 months now I have had very painful headaches, sometimes the pain moves from pain in the forehead to the back of the head, every time I experience it it feels like I am experiencing a disaster earthquake. Also accompanied by nausea. What I want to ask is what is the name of the disease that I am suffering from and what medicine should I take to treat it?rnPlease answer, Thank you
Thanks for the question…
Complaints of headaches that you feel can be caused by the following:
· Tension-type headaches: headaches that feel like they are being tied up and the neck feels stiff.
· Cluster type headache: severe headache in the front of the head, with additional symptoms of tearing up to a runny nose
· Vertigo-type headaches: spinning headaches with digestive disorders such as nausea, vomiting.
Migraine-type headaches: throbbing headaches. There are 2 types of migraine, namely migraine with aura and migraine without aura. Migraine with aura is usually preceded by seeing black spots, smelling odors, numbness on the face. Meanwhile, migraine without aura is preceded by sensitivity to light and sound.
The headache that you experience could possibly be a vertigo type headache. Of course, to determine the diagnosis, a direct examination must be carried out by a neurologist to be clearer about your disease.
Suggestions that can be done:
· If you have a headache, give your head a light massage
· Try to keep the room dark and keep the room quiet
· Avoid stressful situations
· Get enough rest
· Nutritious and regular meals
· If the headache is unbearable you can take aspirin/paracetamol/ibuprofen.
Click on the article below for more details: Vertigo
This is the explanation that we can convey, hopefully this is useful.