How To Deal With Headaches Accompanied By Nausea When Menstruating?
, I often experience headaches throbbing head feels like being overloaded with a heavy burden, feels nauseous, more often when going menstruation and will finish menstruation. What is the cause huh? And how to overcome it?
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Throbbing headaches like heavy objects and nausea can be a normal condition due to hormonal influences around menstruation. However, it could also, this complaint appears related to a disease, such as dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), migraine (throbbing headaches that arise due to neurovascular disorders in the brain), cluster headaches, brain tumors, cerebral aneurysms, hypertension, head injuries, viral or bacterial infections, somatoform disorders, and so on. Some drugs, if consumed, can also cause side effects of headaches and nausea.
Your condition, you should never worry too much. You can overcome this with the following steps:
Eat regularly, a little but often
Don't eat spicy, oily and gassy foods when the stomach feels nauseous
Taking paracetamol when headaches appear is quite disturbing
Enough and regular sleep, don't stay up
Don't over-consume soft drinks and caffeinated
Calm your mind, don't stress or worry too much
Do not consume alcohol and drugs, stay away from cigarettes
Do not carelessly take other medicines without doctor's advice
However, if the complaint continues to recur, appears with great intensity, or is accompanied by fever, vomiting, blurred or double vision, stiff neck, convulsions, vomiting or bloody stools, drastic weight loss, and other severe complaints, you should check yourself directly to a doctor or neurologist. Thus, the doctor can give you the right treatment according to the cause of the complaint, or do some additional tests if necessary (for example, laboratory, CT scan, MRI, ultrasound, or endoscopy).
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