The Head Feels Throbbing When Surprised?
morning, what is normal when we are shocked, not the heart beating fast, but the head like being electrocuted.
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When we are surprised, our body will respond like panic or anxiety. The most frequent reaction is indeed heart palpitations, breathing becomes faster, and sometimes cold sweats. In addition, our bodies also cause contractions of muscles, including muscles in the head region, so that headaches can occur due to muscle contractions. If this happens often, over time, without the need for any triggers to cause you to be surprised, the muscles can contract by themselves and cause you to feel headaches. Usually you need up to 20 minutes to reduce the response from this surprise. If it has been more than 20 minutes but you still feel pain, you should see a doctor for examination. You also need to be aware of headaches that occur in people over the age of 50 years, headaches that are getting heavier, a decrease in consciousness, pain and redness in the eyes, or headaches that make it difficult for you to do your daily activities. If one of these conditions occurs, you should consult a neurologist.
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