How To Deal With Headaches On The Right Side Every Time You Move?

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3 days ago I did cupping at night, then I immediately went out that night, the next morning, my right side of the head hurts so much every time I move, especially in the position from lying down then sitting, from looking down then upright. is this the impact of going out at night after cupping or what? It’s been 3 days now my head pain doesn’t show any positive changes even though I’ve been taking blood boosting pills

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Hello sukmapertw, thanks for the question for HealthReplies.com

Headaches that are felt on one side of the head can be caused by several possibilities, including:

Migraine headache
Tension headaches that occur due to tension and muscle contractions
Cluster type headache
Aneurysm in the blood vessels of the brain, which is the thinning and ballooning of the blood vessels
Inflammation of the brain and the lining of the brain (encephalitis/meningitis)
Increased pressure inside the head for example due to bleeding in the brain, tumors in the brain
Thrombosis or blockage of a vein in the brain
Temporal giant arteritis or inflammation of the blood vessels in the scalp area
and so forth


Some conditions such as migraine, aneurysm, increased pressure inside the head can be aggravated by changes in body position. To find out more about the cause of your headache, you should consult a doctor or neurologist. The doctor can ask further about the symptoms of a headache that you feel and other accompanying symptoms, as well as perform other necessary examinations if there is a suspicion of a brain disorder, such as CT scans and MRI examinations. You should go to the hospital immediately if you experience the following symptoms:

A very severe headache that occurs suddenly
Headache accompanied by fever, stiff neck, convulsions, confusion, double vision, weakness or numbness of the body, difficulty speaking
Severe headaches that occur after injury to the head
Chronic headache that worsens after coughing, physical activity, straining, or making sudden movements
There is a sudden decrease in consciousness, emotional changes and cognitive function
Other neurological disorders such as visual disturbances, hearing loss that occurs suddenly


The following are some things you can try to do to reduce your headaches:

Rest and reduce stress
Get enough sleep every day
Drink at least 2 liters a day
Eat healthy and balanced nutritious food
Avoid alcohol consumption
Reduce caffeine consumption
Regular and regular exercise, especially aerobic exercise, such as walking or jogging, at least 20-30 minutes a day
If your headache is very bothersome, you can take pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen. Taking blood boosting pills will not help reduce your headache.


So much information from me, I hope it can answer your questions.

dr. Irna Cecilia

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