Severe Headaches To Seizures In The Body?
Hello kind doctor. Good night. I am early At the age of 22, I had an uneasy experience until I finally got sick. This was the first time … I first rode on a train with a friend, then I had a headache in the back, then I fainted and was unconscious. Indeed, the weather was very hot at that time. And I passed out twice. That was the first time. The second experience. At night I go out on the train with my mother. I drove the train but when it was daytime I realized it was sick. I asked why I was here. I saw my mother was injured in the face. Then my mother told me that we fell when I was driving a train. My mother tried to wake me up when I started to carry the train. We fell to the right and I was so badly injured that I had to be hospitalized. When my mother was sick, I brought an X-ray and the results of our accident did not prove a severe collision due to a single accident that we experienced. Third experience. When I was driving my train to the place where I was teaching it happened again. I was unconscious. I realized suddenly I sat next to the gentlemen and the gentlemen were awake already? Because I’m late for my work, thanks, sir. I didn’t ask why I was there. That’s how stupid I am. Fourth experience. At midnight I realized my family suddenly surrounded me. I asked how many times you guys are. Then my sister said you didn’t notice? You were snoring and having convulsions. Then I blg; I knew it. It hurt a lot of the back of the left skull and then went up to the whole head. So I was unconscious. Cmn when my sister read the verses of the Qur’an I was immediately aware of it. That’s my experience. And now the headache attacks again. What should I give the medicine. I became confused and scared. Please give me advice. Because this is not once or twice that I’ve experienced. Please feel sorry for me: ‘(
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what do you mean by train or train? Or precisely cars, motorcycles, even other vehicles?
Extremely severe headaches followed by seizures and decreased consciousness can be a variety of possible triggers. Some of the most common examples are:
Meningitis or encephalitis
Other factors, such as electrolyte balance disorders, tumors or bleeding in the brain, anemia, hypoglycemia, hypotension, heart problems, malingering, panic attacks, specific phobias, dissociative personality disorders, the influence of drugs or alcohol, etc.
The conditions above are dangerous and must be dealt with immediately, but there are also those that can be delayed. It's just that, judging by your statement, that complaints have been repeated very often, you really should not just let them. Go see yourself directly to the doctor or neurologist. Physical examination, laboratory, X-ray, CT scan, MRI, EEG, EKG, and other supporting examinations may be done by a doctor in order to give you the right treatment.
For initial efforts, it is recommended that you do this first:
Don't over-exert physical activity, especially outside the home (this effort can also protect yourself from being infected with COVID-19)
Ask to be accompanied by every activity, especially dangerous activities, such as cooking, driving
Live a healthy lifestyle, such as sleeping and waking up early, exercising regularly every day, drinking at least 2-3 liters of water a day, eating healthy foods, stay away from cigarettes and alcohol
Don't think too much, let alone stress
If headaches that appear annoying, overcome first by taking the drug paracetamol
Do not take carelessly other drugs without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...