Hello. I’m Dimas Ardiansyah, I Want To Ask A Question?
This is how my father often feels headaches (dizziness), since he was electrocuted at work, about 2 years ago. Until now, I often have headaches. But once I went to the doctor, he said there was a blockage in the blood vessels leading to the head. Therefore please what is the most effective medicine that can relieve the headache?nnI feel sorry to see my father often complains of headaches….
Hello Ardiansyah, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
An electric shock hazard can occur on the skin, and internal organs that cannot be seen. Among others are:
Injuries to the skin (burns) Stiff muscles and spasms Heart attack or fibrillation, electric shock will affect the performance of the heart muscle Thermal syndrome, is an abnormality or change in body temperature that occurs outside normal body temperature Blockage of blood vessels is a condition where blood vessels are narrowed due to the presence of thickening of the blood vessels. The symptom of a blocked blood vessel is a headache, but your headache could be due to:
Fatigue factor Sinusitis Inflammation of the brain Brain aneurysm Dental infection Meningitis You should re-examine your condition to a neurologist, especially if your headache is accompanied by symptoms of vomiting, fever. the doctor will perform a physical examination, head CT scan, MRI.
Some suggestions for you
Get enough rest Avoid excessive stress or anxiety Eat regularly Avoid excessive fatigue Thank you, hopefully useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah