What Are The Causes And Solutions Of Back Head Pain Accompanied By 39 Degree Fever?
Hello, I am a student aged 19 years. I often have right back headaches. Sometimes it can’t wake up, and it can last for days. Is that a normal headache or what? And what foods should I consume when dizzy like that. Dizziness accompanied by fever up to 39 degrees. R nThanks for the answer.
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We understand your complaints and concerns. Headache is a complaint that is often experienced by many people. Headache can be caused by the following causes:
Migraine: throbbing headache. Can be influenced by stress, fatigue, food, and hormonal in women Tension type headache (TTH): normal headache, such as bound but not too severe intensity Cluster type headache: quite severe headache, can be accompanied by red eyes. Anemia: decreased blood hemoglobin levels can cause headaches. Women are prone to anemia, especially for those who are still menstruating every month. Related to your complaint, the suspicion of a disease that you are experiencing is due to migraines, TTH type headaches, or headaches due to anemia. This condition is generally not a severe condition. You only need to get rid of the causes and reduce complaints with pain medications and rest. Besides the condition of dehydration can also trigger headaches and complaints that you feel. A sudden high fever accompanied by dizziness can be caused by a viral infection. Viral infections often infect someone when their immune system is decreasing. This infection can heal by itself as the body's immunity develops.
Here are some things you can do at home to reduce complaints and prevent complaints from reappearing:
Avoid fatigue and stress Avoid foods or other causes that can trigger your headaches Consumption of nutritious and balanced food Increase consumption of red meat, chicken liver and vegetables to meet iron needs Enough rest Take vitamin and iron supplements every day Avoid spicy foods, acids , Bersantan, high fat and salt. Increase consumption of vegetables and fruit Sufficient water needs so as not to dehydrate, at least 2 liters a day Regular exercise Consumption of pain relievers such as paracetamol or ibuprofen Beware if headaches are felt very heavy, lasts for months to months and are accompanied by impaired vision, hearing, and weakness side of the body, then you should immediately consult your nearest doctor. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps