Headache Spinning After Falling Off The Motorbike And Hitting It?
Hi I’m Eva 18 years ago I fell off my motorbike and hit my head whether it was hard or not I forget what I remember when I was driving home my head hurt and I threw up because my head was spinning and I have been treated several times at the hospital with a neurologist. and I’ve had an EEG and the doctor said it’s okay, it’s normal, it’s just a head trauma. And until now it still often spins around when I have too many thoughts and I’m tired and I am a person with high anxiety, what do I think about until it’s too late. Especially when I read articles on Googling I became more and more scared, even my S.ps doctor repeatedly advised me not to read what article or what if it only made you depressed according to my doctor what should I do?
The sensation of the head spinning, spinning, dizzy, in the medical world is called Vertigo. These attacks of vertigo can vary. Some are mild, appear occasionally, some appear periodically, and some are accompanied by more complaints and last longer.
Vertigo can be caused by:
Vertigo caused by changes in position Migraine Meniere's disease Vestibular neuronitis Drugs Head tumor Head and neck trauma Treatment of vertigo includes several things, namely:
Giving drugs Vestibular rehabilitation therapy Certain food restrictions Regulating a lifestyle Physiotherapy You should consult with a neurologist further to find out the cause of the vertigo. Repeated examinations and controls will of course also be needed to get the right diagnosis and treat it.
Stress, excessive anxiety will not help reduce the feeling of spinning. Trust the doctor who treats you and get a second opinion if necessary. Health articles that can be trusted sources can be your reference to communicate with the doctor who treats you later. Therefore, it is still necessary to know as much as possible about your complaint without trying to draw conclusions on your own. It is the doctor's examination that will help you find a diagnosis of your complaint.
So, I hope this helps.