Why Does Your Head Ache So Often?
So, lately I feel pain in the top of the head. Followed by a limp body and difficulty sleeping. Actually I why y?
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the upper head can be part of primary headache (such as migraine, cluster headache) or secondary (such as due to asthenopia, sinusitis, fronal neuralgia, viral or bacterial infections, brain tumors, head injuries, cerebral aneurysms, psychological disorders, disorders metabolic, and so on). This headache, if it is felt with sufficient intensity, certainly can make it difficult to sleep and the body will feel weak because of it. It could also be difficult to sleep and weakness that you experience due to other conditions, such as stress, infections, uncomfortable environmental conditions, the influence of drugs, heart problems, anemia, and many other possible diseases.
Who has the right to ascertain what exactly the conditions that triggered your complaint would be a doctor or neurologist who examined you directly. Because, many of the diseases above have similar clinical symptoms, even though the treatment is much different. Therefore, you should check yourself directly to the nearest health facility.
As an initial effort, the following steps you can take first to improve complaints:
Take paracetamol medication so that the pain subsides Sleep early and more regularly Regularly also exercise Do not be too sad, anxious, or panicked Don't eat too late, drink a lot too Hopefully it helps ..