How To Deal With Headaches On The Forehead?
Afternoon, I’m a 25-year-old man, I want to ask, if the headache on the forehead and above the eyes / eyebrows left and right, why is that? if pressed and being looked down feels very painful and painful, is this a serious thing?
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Head pain in one of the forehead and eye areas is most often a symptom of migraine. This condition can affect anyone, including young adults like you. In some cases, the appearance of migraines is often preceded by an aura, which is a change in sensation that indicates that a migraine attack is coming. Not only that, some sufferers also experience nausea, vomiting, and increased sensitivity to sound and light.
Migraine is thought to arise due to a combination of genetic and environmental factors. This condition is believed to occur due to changes in the brain stem and its interaction with trigeminal nerves in the head area. Impaired balance of chemical compounds, namely serotonin, also plays an important role in the emergence of migraines.
Aside from migraines, you may also experience headaches due to cluster headaches, sinusitis, asthenopia, myopia, hypermetropia, cerebral aneurysms, head injuries, glaucoma, hypertension, stress, brain tumors, and many other possibilities.
We suggest that you first try to resolve your complaint with the following steps:
Take paracetamol as a temporary pain reliever. Don't drink caffeinated drinks or consume foods that have strong odor and contain lots of salt and flavor. Increase your rest. Sleep and wake up more regularly. Don't smoke or consume alcohol. Avoid stress. Increase your rest. If your complaints still haven't improved with efforts above, do not delay checking yourself directly to a doctor or neurologist so that further treatment is given, ok?
I hope this helps.