Headache And Dizziness?
I often feel acute headaches, and often feel dizzy. Suddenly a red spot appeared in my eye.
Thank you for the question.
Headaches are a complaint that often makes someone go to the doctor. These headaches are many causes, in general we divide into two, namely primary headaches that are not related to other diseases and secondary headaches related to other diseases. Secondary headaches are usually complained of almost most diseases, such as infectious diseases (inflammation lining of the brain, inflammation of the sinuses, inflammation of the throat, etc.), injury / trauma, the existence of bleeding or blockage of blood vessels in the brain, and others. The causes of these headaches can be read in the causes of headaches. Primary headaches are generally divided into 3, namely:
Tension headaches, such as pain and pressure on the forehead, both sides of the head, or the back of the head. Feeling disturbing but usually sufferers can still do their daily activities. Usually caused by stress, lack of fluids, poor body position, lack of rest, and others.
Migraine, usually felt like a headache, throbbing, can be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and sensitive to sound, smell, touch, and light.
Cluster headaches, severe headaches to around the eyes, can be accompanied by reddish eyes due to dilation of blood vessels around the eyes, sweating, etc.
However, if the headache is felt like a dizzy spinning or floating can be suspected as vertigo.
Headache treatment must be adjusted to the cause of the headache. Therefore, you should consult a doctor to find out the cause and the right treatment. The doctor will conduct question and answer, physical examination, and maybe some supporting examinations if needed, such as laboratory tests, and others.
Try to start a healthy lifestyle, eat nutritious foods, meet your fluid needs, get enough rest, exercise regularly, avoid stress, don't smoke and drink alcoholic beverages and avoid triggers that can cause headaches.
If the complaint is felt not to disappear, getting worse, or if you experience the following symptoms other than headaches, immediately to the nearest emergency room hospital:
Difficult to talk
Weakness in the sides of the body
Loss of consciousness
Thus, hopefully it helps.