Severe Headaches Accompanied By Migraines And High Blood Pressure?
Hello, I am a woman aged 25 the Have a father who suffers from hypertension and a mother who often has low blood pressure A week ago I had a severe headache in almost all of my head, like my head is senut2 and feels heavy, the pain usually subsides after 2 days, and I also feel nauseous. The last few weeks I rarely exercise, I also had difficulty defecating for a few days. Oh yes, I also had occasional migraines before. R n r nWhen measuring blood pressure, my blood pressure was 130/80, but usually I had low blood pressure. Please explain to the doctor, do I have symptoms of prehypertension? What should I do so that my blood pressure returns to normal and is there any restrictions? Thank you, doctor
Hello Lulu anita,
Headache is a condition that can arise as a result of a disturbance in the structure of the head itself known as primary headaches or caused by another condition known as secondary headaches. Primary headaches consist of several types, such as tension headaches, migraines and cluster headaches. In migraine, it can be exacerbated by physical activity and can be followed by nausea and visual disturbances. Several factors can be the cause, such as hormonal factors, gene factors, consumption of certain foods and drinks, fatigue, stress and others.
Blood pressure itself can fluctuate which can change due to many factors. If you are experiencing pain or pain, blood pressure can increase or vice versa, high blood pressure can also cause headaches. For that, consider what conditions trigger headaches and try to avoid them.
Get enough daily fluid needs, manage stress well, get enough rest, live a healthy lifestyle, eat on time and regularly, avoid food or drinks that can trigger headaches, reduce excess salt intake, and consume headache relievers such as paracetamol . Perform regular checks, where if the blood pressure is above normal several times, it is necessary to make lifestyle modifications or administration of drugs to control blood pressure if necessary.
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