Migraine Head Because There Is A Big Pimple On The Forehead?
Good evening, I want to ask I have been overslept for 3 days when I get home from work, which results in my face being cleansed so that pimples appear immediately, such as boils.
Facial skin has sebum glands and sweat glands. Sebum glands produce oil that functions to maintain facial moisture. Sebum must be cleaned periodically to prevent buildup. When someone does not clean the face properly, the remaining makeup, dirt, and sebum will accumulate and cause blockages in the pores of the face. Clogged pores become easy to become infected with bacteria or fungi. The infection causes acne.
Acne consists of various forms. Large, deep, and purulent zits are generally cystic zits. Actually there is no relationship between acne with migraine. Indeed acne can cause pain, but not migraine pain. Migraines may be triggered due to physical fatigue, psychological stress, muscle stiffness, or hormonal influences. Consult your acne problems with a dermatologist. Try to clean your face immediately when you get home. The longer the delay, the more likely it is forgotten. Use appropriate facial care products. Drink lots of water 2 L per day. Avoid fast food, high-sugar beverage foods, oily foods, and food preservative drinks. Sleep 7-8 hours a night. Exercise regularly 3-5 times a week for 30 minutes.
Hopefully this answer can help you find a solution. Regards.