Headache Radiating To The Back With Tension In The Neck?
At night, I often have headaches from the forehead area to the back of my head and are accompanied by neck and shoulder pain, is this a tension headache? Sometimes the headache is accompanied by pain in my eyebones and cheeks. This dizziness occurs throughout the day, and at night I feel nauseous.rnIn addition, in the area of my upper neck *border of hair and neck* there is often inflammation to the point of pus and sometimes it disappears. When he appeared I had a headache, this started 5 years ago. Is it because of the shampoo? But I’ve changed shampoo brands often and always rinse clean. Is this recurring neck inflammation part of my dizziness? What do I have to do? Thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Headaches can be caused by many things, including:
Migraine Tension headaches Cluster headaches High blood pressure Infection or inflammation Glaucoma High cholesterol Trigeminal neuralgia Fatigue, stress, lack of rest, overwork
So in your case, you need more information such as whether your headache is only half of the head or the whole head, whether it was preceded by a firefly, whether it was followed by red, watery eyes and a runny nose, and what medical history you have. While regarding inflammation or inflammation in the neck, the reasons can vary and among the most frequent are acne or skin infections.
Our advice, regardless of whether your neck inflammation and headache are related or not, choose which complaint is bothering you the most right now. If the complaint is a headache, then try to consult a neurologist, and if the complaint is inflammation in the neck, consult a dermatologist. If both are really bothering you now, then you should check with a neurologist first.
Meanwhile, our advice is to avoid stress, reduce activity, get enough sleep, avoid salty foods and consume foods rich in nutrients such as vegetables and fruit, drink more water and avoid cigarette smoke. You can take paracetamol to reduce pain by reading the instructions for use first. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa