Headache Feels Spinning After Inhaling Cigarette Smoke And Late To Sleep?
Yesterday I inhaled cigarette smoke that was too much and late to sleep an hour than usual. The next day my left and right head hurt as if it was pressed up to the top of the eye and the base of the nose, sometimes the back of the head was also painful. In addition, I also felt my head spinning even though I was sitting or lying down and it appeared suddenly. What is vertigo?
Thank you for the question.
Headaches that are felt up to the area above the eyes, the base of the nose, and neck may be part of primary headaches, for example tension headaches, migraines, and cluster headaches. It could also be that the pain that you are feeling actually arises due to other causes, such as rhinosinusitis, glaucoma, asthenopia, metabolic disorders, neck nerve nerves, trigeminal neuralgia, psychological disorders, head injuries, viral or bacterial infections, and so on.
Dizziness can indeed occur one of them due to vertigo. Some conditions that cause headaches above, can also cause vertigo in sensitive people. In addition to vertigo, spinning dizziness can also occur due to lack of sleep, hypotension, anemia, hypoglycemia, heart problems, dehydration, psychological disorders, and several other diseases.
To be clear, you try to direct yourself to a doctor or neurologist huh .. Physical examination, X-ray, CT scan, MRI, or other supporting tests doctors can do as a provision in giving you the best management.
For now, try to relieve the pain that comes with taking the drug Paracetamol. In addition, you also need to sleep early and more regularly, drink more, eat small portions but often, do not have excessive physical activity, do not also stare at the gadget for too long, control your emotions well, and do not change your body position suddenly unchained. Without a doctor's prescription, we also don't recommend that you take any medicine, for your own good.
Hope this helps ...