The Solution To The Right Headache If In Pain Feels?
Hello, my mother is 33 years old, I often have right-sided headaches, initially beats and now I get sick in my neck and often hurts, the veins are often pulled back. What kind of pain do I have and what’s the solution. Thanks
Hello May, thanks for asking.
Pulsed headaches with or without neck, shoulder, and upper back muscle stiffness can be migraines, tension type headaches, or cluster headaches. If the headache lasts more than 15 days a month and occurs for 3 consecutive months, then it can be said to be a chronic persistent headache. Until now the mechanism of the cause is unclear. The possibility of tension in the nape of the neck muscles, shoulders, and upper back due to daily activities, can trigger headaches, especially the type of tension. In addition, it is thought that headaches are caused by changes in nerve activity in the brain.
Headaches that are not accompanied by structural abnormalities in the brain can be said to be a primary headache. Whereas secondary headaches occur when there are abnormalities in brain structure, such as cerebral aneurysms, brain abscesses or cysts, strokes, brain ischemia, or brain tumors. But in general, secondary headaches are more severe so that a person's general condition becomes weak.
Migraine or cluster headaches are aggravated by several factors, for example:
Loud sounds, bright rays, or certain odors.
Changes in hormone levels, for example around menstruation.
The effect of certain drugs.
Physical fatigue due to rest that is not good quality and quantity.
You can try taking paracetamol or ibuprofen according to the dosage, provided there are no allergies. Stretch for the nape of the neck and shoulder muscles. Improve your position and posture when on the move. Limit the amount of time you look at an electronic screen (computer or mobile phone). Sleep 6-8 hours a night. Regular exercise 3-5 times per week, for 30 minutes. Warm compresses on the pain area.
You can consult a neurologist if symptoms don't improve. The doctor may need additional tests such as blood sample analysis, CT scan or MRI, if necessary. Your doctor may be able to give triptan, ergot, or anti-convulsant drugs if pain is very difficult to overcome. Remember, these drugs are hard drugs, so you are not allowed to buy without a doctor's prescription.
Such an explanation that I can give, hopefully helped. Regards.