Overcoming Neck Back Pain Accompanied By Dizziness?
night, I want to ask .. Recently, why is my back neck sore and dizzy, and these days I have nosebleeds, get tired easily and get emotional easily .. I’m 20 years old …
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A headache is pain that can be felt in your head, it can be a feeling of being tied up, feeling heavy, throbbing and like being stabbed. Headaches can be distinguished based on the sensations that arise, such as:
1. Tension headache, headache with a sensation like being bound. In general, tension headaches are triggered by stress, lack of sleep, and fatigue. Tension headaches can be accompanied by other symptoms, such as headache radiating to the neck to the back, nausea, disturbed concentration, and difficulty sleeping.
2. Migraine, headache with a throbbing sensation. In general, migraines only affect one side of the head. Migraines can be accompanied by other symptoms, such as the appearance of an aura which is a visual disturbance in the form of flashes of light or blurred vision, tiredness, nausea, and difficulty concentrating.
Nosebleeds are bleeding that occurs in the nose. Nosebleeds can be caused by several things, including:
1. Poke the nose to injure the inner lining of the nose.
2. Forcibly removing nasal discharge.
3. Sinusitis infection.
4. The blood vessels in the nose are fragile, making it prone to bleeding.
5. Use of anticoagulant drugs, such as aspirin
6. Blood clotting disorders.
Some tips that you can do, namely getting enough sleep for 7-9 hours, manage stress well, consume foods with balanced nutrition, consume at least 8 glasses of water per day, compress your aching head using warm water, position your head down by pressing bridge of the nose to reduce nosebleeds, and immediately go to the nearest hospital if your headache is accompanied by decreased consciousness, weakness in the movement organs, numbness, difficulty speaking, high fever and nosebleeds that don't stop.
We recommend that you consult directly with a doctor, so that a physical examination can be done, laboratory and supporting support, and you can get the appropriate treatment.
Thus, hopefully this is useful.