How To Deal With Headaches Every Time You Wake Up In The Morning?
At noon, already a few weeks before the side of the forehead on the forehead and the eyes can be droopy and the doctor can take the drug betahisine mesilate and the sedative but disappear for a moment. Every morning when I wake up at 7k on the recurrence of junior high school up to late afternoon. Also feel nauseous when you take the elevator at that time. I don’t want to take drugs when I grow up but switch off activities. 2th ago, when I leaked it, but from Citiscan, it was normal. Please advise the doctor for the treatment measures that I should do. Thank you.
Hello, thanks for the question.
Headache is a condition that is quite often experienced by someone. The causes of these headaches are numerous, can be caused by primary causes or without underlying underlying diseases, or due to secondary causes, due to certain underlying diseases. Primary headaches for example are
Tension headaches, felt like a heavy or attached head, can be caused by depression, lack of sleep, stress, dehydration, irregular eating patterns, alcohol consumption habits, etc.
Migraine, which is a throbbing headache on one or both sides of the head
Headache pain, characterized by severe headaches, spreads to the eye, usually also can cause eyes to become red.
While secondary headaches, can be caused by a number of basic diseases such as head injuries, dental infections, sinusitis, ear infections, high blood pressure, vision problems, inflammation of the brain, rupture of blood vessels of the brain, and so forth. This headache condition, both primary and secondary, will increase the risk in people with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, excess body weight, habit of taking too many pain relievers, psychological stress, insomnia or sleep disorders, habit of consuming caffeine, alcohol, or illegal drugs, etc. If the headache is felt to be very severe and continues, it is advisable to check with a neurologist to find out the cause of this headache. The doctor will conduct a thorough examination, including supporting examinations such as blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, MRI, and others if needed. Handling will be adjusted to the conditions and causes of complaints. To help reduce complaints, you should get adequate rest, sleep at least 6-8 hours a day, consume healthy and nutritious foods, meet your fluid needs, control risk factors as mentioned above, and manage stress well. If the headache is very severe and continues to interfere with daily activities or headaches accompanied by other symptoms such as stiff neck, feeling numb, decreased vision, weakness on one side of the body, speech disturbance, continuous nausea, vomiting, you should not delay to see a doctor.
Thus, hopefully it helps.