Trembling When Turning Your Head Forward?
I want to ask why, yes, I have such a hard time facing forward for a long time! “I shook my neck. I just wanted to go down my luggage even though I don’t often play my cellphone. Also my eyes are like I can’t focus and it’s hard to concentrate. neck then why is that?
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Shaking when tilting your head forward can result from physical or psychological problems. It needs to be clarified, apart from trembling, are there other complaints that you experience, such as dizziness, dark vision, neck stiffness, difficulty swallowing, palpitations, shortness of breath, or others? How long have you had this complaint? What often aggravates and alleviates these complaints?
Shaking can indicate a lack of blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia). This sugar is very important in its function, including one of them as a source of energy for muscle movement, including the neck muscles. This blood sugar level can be reduced if you eat late, exercise too tired, take blood sugar-lowering drugs (for example, those that are often consumed by diabetics), or also suffer from various other diseases. In addition to trembling, hypoglycemia sufferers can also feel weakness, dark vision, dizziness, excessive sweating, difficulty concentrating, difficulty remembering, and even often decreased consciousness (fainting).
Apart from hypoglycemia, here are some other possible conditions that can trigger your complaint:
Dehydration (lack of fluids) Anemia (low blood hemoglobin) Disorders of electrolyte balance (eg sodium, potassium, magnesium) Viral or bacterial infections Neck pain, for example due to torticollis, muscle aches, nerve clamps, skin infections around the neck Effects of withdrawal from drugs Psychological disorders, for example hallucinations or delusions of something abnormal in the neck, etc. Our advice is that you check with your doctor directly so that a more in-depth evaluation is done regarding your complaint. Vital signs, and a thorough physical examination from head to toe are usually enough to help the doctor determine the appropriate treatment. However, if deemed necessary, the doctor may also direct you to undergo further tests, such as laboratory, X-rays, ultrasound, and so on.
In the meantime, you should first calm your mind and heart. Get rid of negative thoughts, including the existence of something dangerous in your body. Keep yourself busy with positive activities, including regular exercise, eating a good diet, sleeping and waking up more discipline, as well as staying away from cigarettes and alcohol. Do not forget, also avoid excessive caffeine consumption.
Hope it helps ..