Headache With Mucus In The Nose?
I want to ask why, if the headache on the right has been 3 days and there is mucus in the nose, why is that? what disease is that?
One-sided headaches are often caused by migraines. Migraines can also cause other complaints such as nausea, vomiting, feeling cold, sweating, increased sensitivity to light and sound. Migraines can be preceded by an aura or without an aura. Some examples of auras are feeling like seeing flashes of light, feeling smelling smells, and tingling. Migraines can be triggered due to many factors such as genetic, hormonal, environmental, certain foods, lack of sleep, fatigue, to the effects of certain drugs.
However, apart from migraines, one-sided headaches can also be caused by cluster headaches, hemicrania continua, trigeminal neuralgia, sinusitis, and the presence of tumors. While the runny nose can be caused by having a cold, sinusitis, rhinitis and a deviation of the nasal septum. To determine the cause of the complaint, an immediate examination by a doctor is required, if necessary, blood tests, CT scans, and MRIs are required according to the results of the physical examination and interviews.
In the meantime, you can try the following tips:
Identify headache triggers and avoid triggers Get enough rest and don't stay up late Eat healthy and nutritious foods regularly Manage stress well Avoid caffeine and cigarette smoke Take pain relievers if necessary If with the tips above you still experience headaches, I recommend that you Check with your doctor so that he can directly examine your condition and so that you can be given more optimal treatment.
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Thanks and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y