Headache From The Lower Left To The Forehead?
Hello, I’m Shinta Nurmala, 21 years old. Why do I always have a headache in the lower left and forward going forward in pain getting to the left forehead, until the veins look like that. And the pain disappeared for quite a long time, so what? Thank you
Wa alaikumsalam Shinta, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of one-sided headaches are called migraines, and these can arise from being triggered by various things, such as:
Hormonal changes in women
Eat foods that are too salty, sweet or savory
Consuming alcoholic drinks
Side effects of drug consumption
Cigarette smoke, perfume or noise
Psychological disorders such as stress, tension, or too happy
Fatigue, lack of sleep
This disease can indeed attack with a duration ranging from several hours to days, so it is natural if you experience it long enough. The cause itself is still unknown, only the trigger. Then the treatment is more on reducing symptoms and recurrence, not completely eliminating.
Our advice, check yourself with a neurologist, so that later you can dig up history, physical examination and maybe a support to pursing his condition and determine the best treatment for you. Meanwhile, get more rest, identify what might be your trigger and avoid it as much as possible, may take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.