Why Does The Head Of The Forehead Often Hurt?
hello doc, I want to ask. why does my back head often hurt? it feels that cenut cenut trs sometimes keliyengan, sometimes nausea, heavy eyes. and that happens almost every day. I once hit the back wall of my head. do you think it has something to do with the impact that I have experienced? or are there other causes? and so that it doesn’t hurt repeatedly what should I do, doc? thanks.
Thank you for the question.
Headaches can be caused by many things, depending on when the headache is felt, the duration of the headache, the type of headache (throbbing, such as being tied, very severe pain), accompanying symptoms (nausea / vomiting, nose or runny eyes, such as seeing flashes, pain face), triggers for headaches (activity, stress, light), history of previous illnesses, history of trauma (if there is trauma or impact, since when the collision occurred and whether headaches are more frequent after a collision).
The following are possible causes of these headaches:
Migraine, or a headache that feels throbbing and is accompanied by nausea, vomiting. Tension type headache, or headache such as being tied to a rope. Tipecluster headache, or severe headaches on one side accompanied by discharge of water in the eyes or nose. Trigeminal neuralgia, or headache accompanied by pain in the face. Other medical conditions, such as hypertension or glaucoma. Here's what you can do to reduce complaints:
Take a short break, do not do excessive activity. Take headache relief medications such as paracetamol. Identify the triggers for headaches and avoid them. Improve lifestyle: Fulfilling nutrition and water needs of 2-3 liters per day. Regular exercise 3-5x per week. Do not smoke and drink alcohol. Manage stress well. Hopefully this information can help and hopefully get well soon.