Heartburn, Throbbing Head And Neck Pain?
I experienced heat on the back of my stomach and head yesterday I thought it was because of tired after that the next day I was hot and a bit dizzy (want to sleep) at school then when I came home from school on a motorbike my neck hurts like I want to take it off when I get home I give oil ring five (external medicine) then I lay down for a moment then after I woke up I was dizzy throbbing accompanied by neck pain and if I want to bend down my neck hurts .. what are these symptoms and how to treat it thank you
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Complaints that you experience such as burning sensation in various parts of the body, throbbing headache, pain in the neck can be caused by various possibilities including cephalgia (ordinary headache), infection, myalgia (disruption in the muscles around the head of the neck), mumps, etc. If the heat you are referring to is a fever condition, an infection may occur. Viral infections are the most common cause of irritating complaints (flu like syndrome) with symptoms such as muscle aches in some parts of the body, headaches, weakness, weakness and lethargy, abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting.
But it could also be possible causes of complaints that are felt due to headache (cephalgia) which has several types, including:
Migraine: throbbing headache. Can be affected by stress, fatigue, food, and hormonal conditions in women. Some sufferers are accompanied by complaints of nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light / photophobia, weakness etc.
Tension type headache (TTH): normal headache, such as being bound in the back of the head to the neck but the intensity is not too severe
Cluster type headache: quite severe headache, very heavy intensity, can be accompanied by red and watery eyes
Anemia: decreased blood hemoglobin levels can cause headaches. Women are prone to anemia, especially for those who are still menstruating every month.
More complete information is needed regarding what kind of headache is felt (throbbing, twisting, clicking, etc.), how long has the complaint been felt, which part of the head is feeling sick, how is the menstrual history so far, is there any stress or fatigue that is felt and is it accompanied other complaints such as abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, etc.
Complaints that you experience are generally not a severe condition. You just need to get rid of the causes and reduce complaints with pain medications and rest.
Besides other conditions such as dehydration, fatigue and lack of sleep can also trigger headaches and other complaints that you feel.
Here are some things you can do at home to reduce complaints and prevent complaints from reappearing:
Avoid fatigue and stress
Avoid foods or other causes that can trigger your headaches
Eat nutritious and balanced food
Increase consumption of red meat and chicken liver to meet iron needs
Get enough rest
Avoiding staying up too often
Avoid consumption of caffeine
Take vitamin and iron supplements every day if necessary
Avoid spicy, sour, coconut milk, high in fat and salt.
Take pain medications such as Paracetamol
Beware if the complaint is felt increasingly severe, lasts for months to months and is accompanied by impaired vision, hearing, and weakness in the side of the body, then you should immediately consult your nearest doctor. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps