Management Of Post-impact Dizziness?
Hello Lisa, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
All head injuries, at the time after the incident, especially if accompanied by other complaints as you experienced 2 weeks ago, it is highly recommended to be immediately checked by a hospital emergency room to evaluate the severity of the injury suffered, determine whether other complications occur due to the injury (for example brain hemorrhage, concussion, or bleeding in the lining of the brain), and determine the recommended therapy / medical treatment for the condition.
Your current complaint, can be caused by post-injury sequelae, but can also be caused by other conditions such as vertigo, meniere's disease, anemia (low blood pressure) or low blood pressure.
To ascertain your condition, it is a good idea to consult the complaint with your doctor for re-evaluation and determine whether you need additional tests such as CT-Scan or other additional checks based on your current condition.
Meanwhile, besides checking your complaints to the doctor immediately, if the complaints are felt to be very disturbing, you can try taking pain relievers such as paracetamol according to the dosage of the package to help reduce complaints if the complaint is very disturbing.
You are also advised to maintain your daily intake of nutrients and fluids, avoid head injuries, avoid activities / stress that are heavy enough and get enough rest every day.
I hope this helps.