The Cause Of The Ear And Head Hurts When Coughing And Difficult To Catch The Conversation?
good night! r nI want to ask? my father if coughing, his ears and his head always hurts. continue if you eat or drink often complain of sore throat. when spoken to it is very difficult to catch what I’m talking about. and if you wear the wrong clothes. r n please answer? r nI want to know? r n said this person like a stroke symptom? r n, is that right ?? r n please answer …
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints experienced by your father may be two or more conditions that occur together rather than one condition that occurs continuously. Such as complaints of head and ear pain when coughing, and sore throat when eating, usually this complaint is not related to the difficulty of capturing conversation and wearing wrong clothing.
When a stroke, the disease is characterized by weakness in the limbs, between the left side or the right side, but from complaints that you submit, this disorder does not exist in your father. So if the focus is difficult to grasp the conversation and difficulties in carrying out daily activities such as wearing clothes, chances are the condition they are experiencing is dementia.
Dementia is not a particular disease, but rather a condition of decreased ability or function of the brain that leads to decreased memory, decreased ability to think, understand, consider something, understand language and care for themselves. This condition is more common in those aged over 65 years. There are various diseases that are associated with dementia, such as Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, lewy body dementia, and mixed dementia. This condition occurs due to various factors, such as age, family health history with similar complaints, history of alcohol consumption, smoking, diabetes, high cholesterol and hypertension.
Even if your father's complaint leads to it, a direct examination by a neurologist is needed to confirm the disease. Complaints of headaches, ears and throat that he experienced may be related indirectly or is another disease that was only discovered after the examination was carried out. So our advice now, immediately consult your father to a specialist, and do not leave him alone. Make sure there are always people watching him and helping him in his daily activities. So, hopefully answering your question.