Headache Feels Spinning And Hot Inside The Head Accompanied By Nausea?
Hello. I am a 29-year-old woman and 2 children, I have been treated for stomach problems. And that was 2 months ago, now I have a headache that hurts so much that every day it interferes with my activities for a day, sloping and like the world is spinning and also nauseous.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your complaint is most likely not caused by stomach acid disease. Because, diseases of the stomach symptoms will only revolve around the stomach, such as abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, vomiting, spasms, and can also be in the form of back pain in some people, but not in the form of headaches. This is because both in terms of anatomical structure and work system, complaints on the head and stomach are quite far apart.
So what happens to you should be a different condition. Regarding the exact conditions, it first needs to be clarified first whether your complaint is a headache, throbbing headache or spinning dizziness. Because the three complaints are different and can indicate different diseases. Headache, means you feel pain in your head. The sensation can be like being stabbed, hit, or injured. A throbbing headache, it feels like someone is regularly pressing down on your head. Unlike headaches, dizziness will usually improve when the head is massaged. Dizziness is different again. In a spinning spin, you will feel that your environment or yourself is spinning, when in fact it isn't. This is also called vertigo and makes you lose the ability to maintain balance.
After ascertaining the symptoms, then determine the possibility of the disease. Depending on whether it is a headache, dizziness or spinning dizziness, the disease can be migraines, tension headaches, cluster headaches, symptoms of vertigo, sinusitis, and many more.
Our advice, check yourself to a general practitioner first so that the condition can be directed towards a series of history and physical examination. For examination of the inside of the head may not be necessary for this initial stage. If it is felt complicated by your general practitioner, you will be referred to a neurologist and this is where there might be a check to find out the contents of your head if necessary. The handling that you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
Meanwhile, no need to worry too much, get enough rest, may take over-the-counter pain relievers, avoid triggers and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.