The Head Often Shakes And Has Difficulty Focusing After Repeated Head Trauma?
Tonight, I want to ask about my head.
Hello Josephine, Thank you for the question.
Your complaint may be related to a head injury that you have experienced in the past but may also not be related. After a head injury, a person can experience some advanced symptoms that last for weeks or months after the injury. In general, symptoms will last for 7-10 days after injury and disappear within 3 months but there are also those who experience it for several years. Some post-head injury symptoms that can appear for example:
hard to remember
hard to sleep
If this complaint has been going on for some time, you should check with a neurologist. Your doctor needs to find out more about your complaints by conducting a question and answer statement and then examining you. Treatment that will be given by a doctor will be adjusted to your condition.
The black dots you see in your field of vision may be floaters. Floaters are shadows of objects seen floating in your field of vision. Inside the boa of the eye, behind the lens of the eye, there is a vitreous fluid that has a chewy consistency like a gel that functions to maintain the shape of the eye. As you age, the thickness of the liquid will decrease and there will be residual impurities in it. The rest of this dirt is what you see as floaters. Apart from age, floaters can also be caused by eye injuries, infections in the eyeball, bleeding in the eyeball, or retinal tears. Please consult with an ophthalmologist if this complaint is very disturbing so that the doctor can determine further treatment if this condition is caused by a certain medical condition.
You can do the following suggestions:
get enough rest
avoid sudden changes in head position
avoid sudden changes in body position
multiply the consumption of nutritious foods
Consumption of water at least 2 liters per day
manage stress well
consumption of paracetamol if the headache worsens
Hopefully this information is useful.