It Is Easy To Forget And The Head Hurts When Trying To Remember Something In The History Of A Head Hit?
Hello Dan, Thank you for the question.
Was the headache triggered by something else or did it occur at another time? Are the characteristics of the headaches that you experience always the same? High levels of psychological stress can cause headaches, namely tension headaches. Trying to remember something out loud is a form of psychological stress. Tension headaches are felt as a tightening pain in the forehead which can be accompanied by pain in the neck and shoulder muscles and impaired concentration. In addition, there are also several other causes of headaches such as migraines, cluster headaches, infections (flu, sinusitis, meningitis), eye refractive disorders, low blood sugar levels, dehydration, and others.
Impact on the head can cause minor head injury / concussion (concussion). After this impact, the sufferer can experience post consussion syndrome which can occur for several weeks to several months after the impact which can include symptoms of headache, dizziness, fatigue, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, difficulty sleeping, tinnitus, and blurred vision.
Easily forgetfulness can be caused by the following conditions: lack of sleep, side effects of drugs, side effects of alcoholic beverages, stress, anxiety disorders, depression, or hypothyroidism.
You can try to do the following suggestions:
Get enough rest for at least 8 hours per day
multiply the consumption of nutritious foods
meet your fluid needs by consuming water
avoid the habit of consuming alcoholic beverages
manage stress well
identify other headache triggers and try to avoid them
take pain relievers such as paracetamol
If this complaint really bothers you, don't hesitate to consult a doctor. The doctor will ask further about this complaint and examine you to find the cause and provide further treatment.
Hope this information helps.