How To Deal With Headaches?
It’s been 2 days I have a headache. the pain was nyut2an and continued since Monday morning. Starting from the area around the eyes to the nape of the neck. What is very felt nyut2an around the eyes, crown, and head behind the lower right and left. Some time also accompanied by nausea, and had vomiting. Recently I have been playing on my cellphone quite a lot, is it possible because of the radiation? But never before had this headache. For walking, praying, sleeping is also rather difficult because I am so dizzy. I have a minus, I took off my glasses several times because I was worried that I would get dizzy. I have taken 3x pct and 1x ibuprofen because the pct runs out. In fact, in the past half a year I also often feel dizzy, but with various conditions. I like to eat sweet things, is there a possibility that my blood sugar level is high and this is the cause of this headache? Please help, thank you
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Headaches that can be felt especially around the eyes to the nape of the neck, accompanied by nausea, vomiting may occur due to the following factors:
Cluster headaches (headaches that often recur over a period of time)
Migraine (one-sided headache that occurs due to neurovascular disorders in the brain)
Hormonal changes, for example just before menstruation or early pregnancy
Sinusitis (inflammation of the sinus cavity)
Viral or bacterial infections, for example influenza, dengue fever, meningitis
Hypertension, and so on
A history of your condition that has myopia (nearsightedness, minus eyes) if not corrected (including using the right glasses) or treated properly can make your eyes tired easily due to continuous accommodation. This condition can cause excessive contraction of the muscles around the eyes and head, which can trigger pain. Furthermore, this pain can also be accompanied by nausea, vomiting, visual disturbances, difficulty concentrating, and various other complaints. Increased blood sugar levels are not as common as triggering headaches as you experience.
Our advice, considering your complaint has been going on for a long time and has not improved with regular pain relievers, you should check your condition directly to the doctor. If the doctor suspects that your complaint is purely due to your myopia, then chances are he will refer you to a specialist. eyes for further treatment. Or, the doctor may also direct you to undergo other tests, such as blood tests, X-rays, or CT scans to investigate possible causes of your headaches and other complaints.
In the meantime, you can first take paracetamol while getting plenty of rest so that your complaints subside. Manage your stress wisely and adopt a healthy and balanced lifestyle, namely by exercising diligently, sleeping regularly, eating nutritious foods, avoiding cigarettes, avoiding alcohol, and not consuming excessive caffeine. Finally, if you do have myopia, wear glasses properly, don't take them off to avoid getting worse headaches.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah