The Cause Of Headaches When Pulling Hair?
good afternoon … with me rhyme r ask for a moment … why my head when the hair is pulled it feels like the scalp becomes bumpy and the end hurts for your time doctor
Good afternoon Rima, thanks for asking.
First of all, let me ask you, what kind of bump do you mean? Does it only occur when the hair is pulled or is it still there even if the hair isn't?
Basically, the scalp is almost the same as the skin on other body parts which is quite elastic. When hair is drawn, because the hair roots are in the scalp layer, the skin will also be attracted so it can feel like a lump, especially if the pull is strong enough. Likewise, the pain caused, the pull on the hair, especially the pull that is strong enough and lasts long also makes the skin attracted so that it stimulates the nerves of pain that are on the scalp. In general, this situation is harmless and has no special effects, but if the lump is felt to be permanent, it may be a certain disease such as inflammation of the hair roots, skin tumors, lumps containing fat and others.
If you feel a lump and the pain is bothering you can see a doctor, if you feel the need you can also see a surgeon about the lump.
For temporary handling at home, it is recommended not to pull the hair too hard, if you want to tie the hair it is also advisable not to tie it too tight.
I hope this helps.