Often Headaches And Body Like Shock?
I want to ask,. In recent years I often experience pain in the head of my head and it has happened around the year 2010 ago. The initial symptoms are just ordinary headaches but over time the pain is unbearable and sometimes it occurs during the day until the afternoon there is also morning and evening the pain arises and it occurs for several days and after that my headache disappears. Strangely, the following year the same thing happened until this year. I also experience strange habits, sometimes suddenly my body is shocked and even the people around me are shocked and they think I am possessed when I am not. And another thing, when I was about 11 years old I had fallen from the 2nd floor to a height about one and a half meters in height, does it affect my headaches, and why does it only feel a few years after that?
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Headache is a complaint of pain in the head region due to an inflammatory process or a malfunction of the system that makes up the organ system in this head region. The existence of disorders ranging from disorders or inflammation of the skin, muscles, blood vessels, muscles, nervous system and bones can cause complaints of pain or headaches in patients. So knowing which organ systems are experiencing dysfunction or inflammation, can help ascertain the cause and provide appropriate treatment.
Some of the conditions below can cause annoying headaches, such as:
1. an infectious disease, both flu, typhus or dengue fever, inflammation of the lining of the brain
2. stress or anxiety
3. head trauma
4. abnormalities of blood vessels in the head, such as an aneurysm / dilation of abnormal blood vessels; partial blockage of the lumen of blood vessels of the brain
6. abnormalities in the nervous system, such as nerve suppression, epilepsy
In connection with your question, there are complaints of headaches that you have been feeling for a long time (about 9 years) and a history of head trauma in your childhood, then these headache complaints can be caused by a history of past trauma.
If head trauma due to a fall when you are 11 years old has not yet received a direct examination and evaluation of the possible risks and neuroimaging examination of your nervous system, then what clinical conditions occur in the nerves after a fall and complications that may occur after a fall or subsequent years do not can be well known.
However, in patients with a history of head trauma, especially moderate to severe head injuries, the risk of complications over time that may occur may increase, such as frequent headaches, frequent dizziness, seizures (maybe like your complaints that feel electrocuted), or disorders concentration and memory.
However, with the length of time you feel this headache complaint, then you should consider conducting a consultation and examination directly to your neurologist. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical examinations and investigations that can help determine the cause. Supporting examinations such as blood tests or neuroimaging (MRI) tests or examination of the delivery of the central nervous system / brain. Thus, doctors can draw conclusions based on the results of examinations conducted and doctors can provide treatment according to the indications.
For now, you should avoid sleeping late, avoid physical fatigue, and avoid excessive stress or anxiety.
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