Headaches And Nausea When Something Moves In The Eye?
Hello, I want to ask about the symptoms of headaches that I experience. In the beginning I felt this headache when I was in grade 7 and now I’m in grade 12 so it’s been about 5 years. Beginning with something that moves motion to form the letter C in my eyes. At first he was very small but gradually grew larger and blocked my vision. But only one eye only. When he gets bigger he will disappear suddenly. When something is stretched it appears I feel nauseous. After he disappeared I immediately felt a headache but just next door. When I remember the squirming object, I feel nauseous, and can vomit because of it. I have experienced this a number of times since 5 years after the first symptoms and it still is. I was very worried because the symptoms suddenly appeared and when it appeared my feelings were really bad. I really want to recover and not relapse again. What do you think this is?
The description of the object floating in the eye is known as floaters. In fact, these floaters are normal for every human being. However, floaters do not give any symptoms. In your case, floaters provide symptoms of nausea, vomiting and headaches. Most likely the floaters you experience are an aura before a migraine attack occurs.
Migraine is a form of severe headaches that are usually in the form of throbbing or feeling heavy pressure on the head. Migraines more often affect one side of the head, although it may also occur on both sides of the head. Migraines are often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, cold sweats, fainting, stiff neck and shoulder muscles, and anxiety. Migraine can occur acute or chronic.
Before a migraine attack, a person can experience a symptom known as 'aura'. Aura can be:
See an object or a certain color, for example see halo circles on objects.
Smelling certain odors, for example smelling metal.
Hear certain sounds, such as buzzing sounds.
Experience severe fatigue, difficulty focusing, temporary memory loss.
Aura can differ from person to person and appear before a migraine attack. This is a warning that migraines will soon occur. Considering this case has been going on for five years, it's a good idea to consult a neurologist. The doctor will find out why and confirm the diagnosis. Other possibilities besides migraine are cluster type headaches and tension type headaches. The doctor may give you medicine to take just before the attack.
You can also change your lifestyle and diet to be healthier. 7-8 hours night rest. Avoid physical fatigue and excessive psychological stress. Regular exercise 3-5 times a day.
Thus my explanation, hopefully it is quite useful. Regards.