How To Deal With Vomiting Every Meal Accompanied By Headaches For Days?
Good night, I am a student from the school day until now I rarely eat breakfast, when eating often late.
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Abdominal pain and headaches are complaints that are often found in public health service centers. These complaints are often found in patients of productive age and also old adults either due to unhealthy habits or lifestyles, unhealthy eating patterns, or because of the condition of pain in patients old adult to old age.
Some of these conditions can cause complaints of stomach aches and headaches together, such as:
1. stomach upset or ulcer disease
2. digestive infections
3. hypoglycemia or blood sugar levels begin to fall or below normal
4. dehydration, either due to vomiting or diarrhea
5. infections, such as in patients with hepatitis, typhus, dengue fever
6. stress or anxiety
In connection with your question, in general you already know the cause of complaints of abdominal pain and headaches, where not eating breakfast and eating regularly can be the cause. When you are on the move and need more energy, this energy should be obtained from the food you eat either in the morning or at other meals. When this habit occurs, your body that is used for work or activities does not get enough energy supply and enough fluids to support your activities, so that your body responds with complaints of stomachaches and headaches, in addition, cold sweat, nausea, limp body, can also accompany complaints that you feel. Therefore, you should start to consider good eating habits that are appropriate for you, so that this prevents annoying complaints.
And if this complaint is increasing and does not improve, then you should consult directly with your family doctor or doctor of internal medicine for the examination and evaluation of complaints that you feel. The doctor will do a direct examination to find out the cause and provide the treatment you need.
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