The Cause Of Headaches Accompanied By Throbbing Eyes?
What causes the eyes often throbbing and cause headaches in the neck?
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Your complaint can be a symptom of the following diseases, which are:
1. Trigeminal neuralgia, which is a disease caused by disruption of the facial sensory nerves (trigeminal nerve, which is the fifth nerve) whose duty is to deliver stimulation of pain, heat, cold and other taste sensations in the facial skin area. This disease is characterized by pain such as being stabbed or like an electric shock that can appear spontaneously or due to a touch of soft touch or due to movement of facial muscles (such as when chewing, smiling, vibration when on a vehicle, etc.). This condition is due to emphasis on the trigeminal nerve which can occur due to aging (aging), the presence of tumors, injuries (such as the result of a rock-biting motion) or infection of the tissue around the nerve.
2. Neck facet joint syndrome, which is a collection of symptoms that occur due to inflammation of the facet joints (the joints that are in the spine, function as a link between the spine).
3. Internal Hordeolum, which is a pimple-like blotch that grows on the inner eyelid due to bacterial infection. Generally caused by bacteria on the skin, dead skin cells and other particles that clog oil glands in the eyelid, causing inflammation.
You can try to reduce complaints by giving cold compresses and then warm compresses alternately. In addition, you can take over-the-counter painkillers, such as paracetamol. Avoid lying down on the affected part.
If the complaint is getting annoying, you should consult with a neurologist so that you can do a direct examination to find out the cause of the underlying disease and to be able to immediately undergo appropriate treatment.
Thus hopefully useful.