It’s Been A Month Of Headaches And Dizziness, What Do You Think It Hurts?
, I want to ask .. for a month now I often get headaches + dizziness, starting from the temples u0026amp; nape up. Never felt like fainting. Pulse u0026amp; normal tension. If it is severe, my breath is often shortness of breath, chest pains. The default is always hungry, even though it’s only 1/2 hour to eat. Already Dr. Heart check complete catheter smp good results. To Dr. Nerves, brain MRI, there is nothing. What do you think I’m sick of, if you look at symptoms like that? Inflammation of the lining of the brain? Pinched nerve in the neck? Pneumonia Or what? What specialist should I go to Dr? Thank you in advance Doctor …
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Headaches and dizziness are common symptoms that can be caused by various diseases. Headaches and / or dizziness cannot always be identified by certain investigations (for example by using CT scans or MRI). To be able to find out possible causes of headaches and dizziness, more complete information is needed such as:
Since when have your symptoms felt? How often do you feel your symptoms? Are there certain things that trigger symptoms or relieve symptoms? How do you describe the pain (pain such as pressure, throbbing, dull pain)? How is the intensity of the pain? How long does the dizziness / client occur? Are there other symptoms that you experience, such as fever, neck stiffness, nausea, vomiting, vision problems, other neurological disorders, etc.? Are there certain illnesses you have suffered all this time or medicines that you take regularly? And there are many more information that needs to be explored to be able to find out the cause of your headaches and dizziness. In addition to more complete information is needed, it also requires a physical examination to see whether there are certain abnormalities in the function of your nerves and organs. Without more complete information and physical examination, the possible causes are very, very, very many. For example, headaches can occur due to primary headaches (the cause of which is also not clearly known) such as tension headaches, migraines, cluster headaches. Headaches can also be caused by certain diseases such as inflammation or infection of the brain / lining of the brain, brain blood vessel disorders (for example aneurysms or brain blood vessel deformities / AVM), side effects of drugs, brain tumors, disorders of the eye, disorders of the sinuses, tooth disorders, and many more possible causes. Dizziness can also be caused by primary headaches such as migraines, but can also be caused by other causes such as ear disorders (ear infections, history of ear injury, ear plugging, etc.), side effects of certain drugs, dehydration, anemia, blood pressure low / orthostatic hypotension, and many other causes.
If indeed these symptoms really bother you, you should check with a neurologist. The neurologist can ask more fully the things above related to your symptoms, do a physical examination, and supporting examinations if necessary.
Some things you can do for a while:
Try to get enough sleep and rest every day (sleep at least 7-9 hours a day) Eat nutritious food in sufficient quantities Drink at least 2-3 liters a day Do exercise regularly for at least 30 minutes every day If headaches are very disturbing, you can consume drugs such as paracetamol to help relieve the pain
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