Headache Accompanied By Temporary Visual Disturbances And Balance Disorders?
Night, hitching a ride, I have had a lot of headaches for 2 years, the back, right and left, I have a lot of headaches, I often have white flashes on my vision, I start to wobble and feel like falling, and it happens every day, I no dehydration, no low blood pressure, no stress, even when I am sleeping or not doing any activity or resting without doing anything I still feel sick, why is that?
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Headaches, accompanied by temporary visual disturbances, dizziness, and balance disorders can occur due to many causes, for example:
Migraine (a throbbing headache due to neurovascular disorders in the brain) Cluster headaches (primary headaches that disappear and occur over a period of time) Anemia (low blood hemoglobin) Hypotension (low blood pressure) Vertigo (spinning dizziness due to interference with balance center in the brain or inner ear) Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) Cerebral aneurysm (abnormal bulging of blood vessels in the brain) Brain tumors Viral or bacterial infections Head injuries Psychosomatic disorders, etc. Identifying the cause of your headache as you experience needs to be done with a doctor's examination directly, it is also supported by further examinations, such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI, laboratory, and so on. Therefore, you should check yourself directly with a doctor or neurologist.
So that your headaches and other complaints don't recur too often, here are the things you should do:
Sleep more regularly 6 to 8 hours a day Do not consume too much caffeine, foods that contain lots of salt, cholesterol, trans fats, and saturated fats. Get plenty of exercise and relaxation so that the mind is calmer Drink enough water 8 to 12 glasses per day Do not smoke Avoid alcohol Eat be more regular, don't be put off. If the headache appears with very great intensity, take paracetamol first to relieve it. Hope it helps.