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Keep Getting Headache
I keep getting headaches recently mainly when its very bright. Its started just recently and nearly everyday I get a painful headache.?
You need check up: You are 22 years old and having headaches daily, we do not know how long you have been getting these headaches. I will recommend you consult your family physician or a neurologist to find thd csuse. ...Read more
The medical term is cephalalgia. It is a feeling of pain that can occur on either both sides or just one side of the head or neck. Headaches can be sharp, dull, or throbbing, and can radiate to different areas of the head. They typically last less than an hour but can ...Read more
Why do I keep getting headaches I have a sharp pain at the side of my head when I'm relaxed I don't get it but when I'm moving about I get it why?
See a doctor: I recommend seeing a doctor so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
I've recently started jogging, during which I keep getting headaches around my eyes and nasal sinuses, eyes watering. Should I get my eyes tested?
Not eyes' fault: Sounds more like you are having symptoms of hayfever (or seasonal allergies). Consider trying taking Zyrtec (cetirizine) (or generic) once daily, at least 45 minutes prior to when you plan to go out to jog and see if that improves things (if running in the early am, can also take in late pm / bedtime). If doesn't improve, see your Dr for once-over. ...Read more
Several reasons: There are several reasons behind the occurrence of head pains ranging from genetics, muscle contractions, stress, sleep disorders, teeth grinding, trauma, and different medical illness. The exact causes of headaches aren't known. Consult your pcp or a headache physician. You could try some self care strategies such as warm compresses over the temples and back of neck for 15 mins & green tea. ...Read more
See below: Although there are several causes for headaches, including jaw, dentition, sinus abnormalities, you describe a pattern which is termed "chronic daily migraines". This should be evaluated and treated, and many neurologists focus on this challenge. ...Read more
Hard to say?: Your problem requires a visit, a detailed history and exam and perhaps some blood testing and maybe some more detailed x-ray examination/mri examination. There are many causes of ha's and some are very serious. It depends on your health, your meds, and many other issues as to why you have ha. See a pcp interested in your ha's or a neurologist and get worked up. It is to important to ignore. ...Read more
Good question: There are many reasons that people get headaches but the science is not clear exactly why yet. It thought that migraine is an inherited disorder so many times if you have a family member with headaches, your chances of having them also greatly increases. Other factors could be sleep disorders, allergies, neck dysfunction and many others. Talk to your doctor about your headaches. ...Read more
Heat exhaustion: Headaches are common after workouts in intense heat due to rapid loss of body fluids. Have snacks and plenty of water available. An electrolyte drink can help as well. ...Read more
Ventilation: Try ventilating the office to outside air until the fumes are reduced; see if you can take a vacation for a week or two to see if the worst of it will reduce to tolerance. Increase live plants as they will suck up and cleanse the toxins from the air. Find a vollara rep in your area and get an air purifier from them. Low ozone production from this machine will neutralize toxins www. Medac4u.Com. ...Read more
Various: This is not simple because many things are possible. To start with, drink enough water that the urine is light yellow. Keep a food diary to see if there are any foods that are associated with the headaches after eating. Get exercise daily if possible, both aerobic and stretching. If still having trouble, evaluation by a doctor would be a good idea. ...Read more
Migrainous features such as phonophobia, photophobia, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, blurred vision, are accompanying symptoms of different type of headaches.
In order to receive the right solution you should find what the problem is.
See headache neurologist or orofacial pain doctor for the right solution. ...Read more
Why headaches: You should see your physician about anwork up for the cause of your headaches. Without more information it is difficult to give you an answer. ...Read more