Throbbing Behind The Nose Accompanied By Dizziness?
good evening, I want to ask about the condition that I am experiencing, this week I have experienced a pulsation in the back of my nose, which is accompanied by dizziness, the dizziness will arise when the pulse appears, what is the solution, please reply, thank you.
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A throbbing in the head, especially around the nose, accompanied by dizziness may result from a migraine. Migraine occurs as a result of a vascular phenomenon characterized by alternating widening and constriction of blood vessels. This is what causes the sensation of throbbing pain. Migraines often appear because they are triggered by the following factors:
Genetics (heredity) Unhealthy lifestyle, such as lack of rest, smoking, rarely exercise, eating undisciplined, consuming alcohol, excessive caffeine consumption Stress Side effects of drugs, such as antihypertensives Uncomfortable environmental conditions, such as noise, glare, pungent smell Head injury , and so on. It is also possible that the throbbing and dizziness that you experience are caused by sinusitis. This condition reflects inflammation that occurs in the sinus cavity, which is an empty space behind the cheekbones, forehead, and nose whose function is to resonate sound and also to humidify the air that enters the respiratory tract. Several factors can trigger sinusitis, such as allergies, nasal polyps, deviation of the nasal septum, viral or bacterial infections, smoking, or immune system disorders. Due to the buildup of mucus in the sinus cavities triggered by inflammation, sufferers can feel pain, which is mainly felt in the facial area, and can radiate to the entire head.
In addition to the two conditions above, your complaints may also arise due to other causes, such as dengue fever, typhoid fever (typhoid), glaucoma (increased pressure in the eye), asthenopia (tired eyes), and so on.
If the complaint feels very disturbing or has lasted for more than 3 days, you should immediately see a doctor. Through a thorough evaluation, or assisted with laboratory tests, X-rays, or CT scans, doctors can generally determine the best treatment according to your needs. your condition.
At this time, try compressing the area of the nose that is often throbbing with warm water to make it feel more comfortable. If you feel dizzy in the form of a headache, you can take paracetamol. However, if you feel dizzy that feels more like gliding or spinning, you should not take drugs carelessly. Get plenty of rest, eat regularly, and stay away from stress.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah