Why Does The Head Feel Tense And Body Totter?
head feels tense up to the face and nose sometimes in the mouth sometimes disappear sometimes what else is when chewing food, and what staggering is that ???
Hello, good afternoon Dasry ..
Tension in the head, face, nose and mouth, can be caused by various conditions:
tension headache (tension-type headache). Generally this condition has symptoms such as pain such as pressure on the forehead, both sides of the head, or the back of the head. These types of headaches can arise or persist throughout the day. Tension headaches can be triggered by conditions of stress, dehydration, hunger, fatigue, lack of sleep, hot sun, flu, and so on migraines. Although migraine is typical with one-sided headaches, migraine can actually attack both sides of the head. Migraine headaches feel throbbing, can last several hours or several days. sinus-related pain. Sinuses have cavities that are in the facial bones. If an infection occurs in these cavities, it can cause pain in the head and around the face. Sinus cavity area is under the forehead, behind the eyes, behind the nose, and under the cheekbones. tumor cluster headaches or malignancies etc. While staggering is a sensation of dizziness or loss of balance. Sway can be caused by various conditions, such as anemia (lack of red blood cells), low blood pressure, dehydration, lack of sleep, and so on. Further examination is needed directly to be able to ascertain the cause of the complaint. If the complaint is persistent, persistent or gets worse, then we recommend that you consult a neurologist for further examination. The doctor will conduct directed questions and answers, conduct a physical examination, and if needed the doctor will recommend additional examinations, such as head X-ray examination, CT-scan, or MRI. Here are some suggestions we can give to help relieve the headaches and staggering that you experience while waiting for your doctor's schedule:
consumption of over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol, get enough rest, avoid sleeping late at night do relaxation to relieve tension, for example by massage on the head, soaking in warm water, and so on eating on time with a healthy and nutritious food menu avoiding aroma or odors that are too strong and stinging that can trigger headaches avoid the scorching sun
That's all, hopefully it helps ..