How To Deal With Dizzy Eyes And Right Headaches?
as what the doctor has explained to the patient who asked, it seems I entered the category of migraine with aura, because before I had a headache, I would definitely experience fireflies in the left eye and the right side of the head, sometimes accompanied by nausea, vomiting and tingling in the left face to the hands, which most can not stand when tingling until the gums. I once checked myself my hb level was normal, TD was always low 90/60. My cholesterol levels are sometimes high. I also have magg. This disease is also a hereditary from my mother. I have had this since I was 10 years old until I am 23 years old. Indeed, since I grew up, migraines do not often recur. What should my doctor suggest? Is this dangerous?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Migraine is a type of headache that is characterized by headaches that occur only in one part of the head, regardless of whether it is on the left or right. The basic cause of this condition is still unknown, but some of the conditions that are considered influential with migraine events are abnormalities of brain chemicals, heredity, hormonal changes in women, consumption of tea, coffee, lack of water, chocolate, cheese, oranges, cigarette smoke , light that is too bright, noise and psychological factors such as stress and overflowing emotions can all trigger migraines. There are still many other triggers but basically, migraine sufferers usually already know what conditions can trigger migraines.
Then, there are several types of migraines, namely migraine without aura, migraine with aura and aura of migraine without headache. The so-called aura are signs that begin migraine conditions. Aura can be flashes of light, stiffness in the neck, tingling, vision problems and other senses. Auras only occur in about 25% of people with migraine complaints. The division of migraine with or without this aura actually has no effect on its treatment, because indeed so far there is no drug that really can eliminate migraine from someone. To deal with headaches there, but these conditions can recur later on.
So in your case, what is important for you to know is that you should start to be aware of the condition of migraines that you have when headaches cannot be treated with over-the-counter medicines either in pharmacies or stalls, or conditions are becoming more frequent, such as more than 5 times a month and happens for hours, the pain is not like what you've ever felt, there are spasms, weakness on one side of the body, and speech and lip movements are difficult to understand. If you experience this, check with your neurologist immediately. But in the meantime, keep a healthy lifestyle by avoiding all the migraine triggers in you. So, hopefully answering your question.