Why Do You Often Get Dizzy Even If You Don’t Have A Cold, Is It Dangerous?
My name is nia I want to ask, my head is often dizzy, sometimes until the face under the eyes to near the ears come along. I don’t feel a cough or runny nose but sometimes I feel like I’m going to run out of my nose, then my snot is thick yellow brown. I’m sick or what? And Is it dangerous?
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Coughing or colds are the body's normal reaction when the airway is blocked with mucus (snot) or when exposed to foreign particles. Therefore, snot production is not always accompanied by coughing or runny nose, but depends on the condition of the individual airways.
Headache, pain in the lower part of the eye, cheeks, near the ears, accompanied by brownish yellow mucus (snot) are signs of bacterial infection in the airways. This can be caused by diseases such as bacterial rhinitis, sinusitis, or allergic rhinitis. Infection or inflammation in the airways can clog the ducts in the cavities on the face, causing symptoms of pain, especially if pressed.
To ensure that your current illness, further tests are needed, such as physical examination, rhinoscopy examination, laryngoscopy, CT scan, allergy testing, and blood laboratory tests. Generally, these diseases are harmless if handled appropriately. I advise you to check with an ENT specialist, to be given the appropriate treatment.
What you can do now is:
If your headache cannot be tolerated, you can try taking an anti-pain medication that has a green logo and is sold freely. Adequate rest Consumption of healthy foods, such as vegetables and fruits Avoid smoking and exposure to cigarette smoke If caused by allergies, avoid triggers If not handled properly, these diseases can cause several complications, such as infections of the eye, membranes of the brain, bone, until a thorough infection (sepsis).
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