The Head Feels Sore And Aches When You Hit It?
What kind of disease occurs in the head and feels sore when you touch it just a little? Like pulling your hair, touching your fingers even if you only touch it, you also feel pain when walking. Is that a symptom of a dangerous disease?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Pain that occurs when the body is exposed to stimuli that shouldn't cause pain is also known as allodynia. Allodynia is characterized by pain that arises when a part of the body is subjected to a mild stimulus, such as combing hair, touching the scalp, scratching, touching clothes, and so on.
This condition can be caused by various things, and usually occurs preceded by the following diseases:
Fibromyalgia or muscle and joint pain throughout the body
Migraine or headaches
Postherpetic neuralgia or varicella zoster virus infection
Peripheral neuropathy or peripheral nerve disorders
This disease is generally harmless although very annoying. Our advice is to check your condition with a neurologist to detect if what triggers the condition in you. Because to get rid of allodynia it also requires handling of the underlying disease.
Meanwhile, maintain a healthy lifestyle by consuming lots of water, avoiding fatigue, getting adequate rest, consuming nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit, and avoiding staring at the monitor screen for too long. To help reduce pain, you can take over-the-counter pain medication by reading the instructions for a while. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa