Headaches In People With Blood Sugar And Cholesterol?
Doctor, my father has a headache (if the pain comes like being tied to his head with a scarf) then get treatment and check, the result is the presence of blood sugar and cholesterol.
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Headaches are symptoms that are not specific to a particular disease. There are many conditions that can lead to headaches, such as:
Tension headaches Cluster headaches Migraine High blood pressure Viral or bacterial infections Farsighted or near Sinusitis or inflammation of the sinus cavity
Which in your father's condition, the picture of a headache like being bound is most likely a tension headache condition that can arise due to various things starting from stress, inner pressure, dehydration or lack of fluids, noise, certain scents, lack of rest and fatigue, lack of active exercise, caffeine consumption, or smoking. While regarding its relation to blood sugar and cholesterol levels, this is usually not directly related, and if there is, there are usually other symptoms that also accompany it. Therefore for now, this might just be a coincidence. Of course this is still a conjecture, so we still recommend that you check your father. With a direct and thorough examination, you can find out the tendency of your father's illness and the best treatment.
Meanwhile, it doesn't matter if your father takes over-the-counter painkillers by reading the rules of use listed, avoiding cigarette smoke, stress, and excessive physical activity, adequate rest, and multiply drinking water and consuming nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit . So, hopefully answering your question.