Is Continuous Headache Dangerous?
Hay, I want to ask, r nI’m 15 years old, I am on bench 1 smk, r n Since the 2smp class, my eyes can’t see long distance, r nWith a check, I get minus 3, r nYg I ask Finally, I often get headaches at the end of the day, after waking up from sleep, it hurts when I want to fall alone, then my eyes can not see immediately, is there a hub with a minus that I experience?
Headaches such as going to fall with a brief dark look can be caused by orthostatic hypotension. Orthostatic hypotension is a condition of decreased blood pressure when a person changes position suddenly, usually when moving from lying down or sitting. Symptoms of orthostatic hypotension include dizziness such as falling from sleep or sitting, blurred vision, weakness, dazed, nausea, until fainting.
Orthostatic hypotension is generally only felt briefly a few seconds to several minutes, if symptoms appear longer need to think about other causes such as heart problems, endocrine disorders, dehydration, nervous system disorders, and side effects of certain drugs.
But if the headache is also felt even without a change in position, then the headache may be caused by something else. Some of the causes of persistent headaches include those related to minus eyes (eg wearing glasses that do not fit the strength of the lens), lack of sleep, stress, tension headaches, cluster headaches, migraines, vertigo, hemicrania continua, rebound headaches, post trauma / head injury, increased intracranial pressure, and brain tumors.
Try not to worry, and for the time being you can try the following tips:
Avoid sudden movements, do not immediately stand and walk after getting out of bed
When going to wake up, try to lie still for 30 seconds, then sit slowly 30 seconds, start standing 30 seconds, then if you feel ready then start walking slowly
Get enough rest and sleep 7-8 hours / day
Drink a lot of water
Eat healthy and nutritious foods and don't eat too late
Manage stress well
Use a comfortable pillow when you sleep
Use glasses that match the strength of the lens
If you have done the above tips but still often experience headaches or headaches also appear even though there are no sudden changes in position, I suggest that you consult a doctor directly so that further tests can be done to ensure the headache. Tests that may be carried out include history taking, physical examination, and if necessary supporting examinations such as blood tests, CT scans, and MRI. Harmful or not depends on the cause of the headaches you experience. For handling it will be adjusted to the results of your inspection yes.
Hope it helps you,