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Why Do I Get A Headache When Im Hungry
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
Normal: This sounds like normal post-prandial fatigue. It happens to many, however, other conditions need to be ruled-out prior to settling on this diagnosis. Additional labs and a general work-up incl. medication review (if any) would permit a more thorough evaluation. Schedule a virtual consult with me if interested in learning more. Thank you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
High Blood Pressure: Depending on the type of medication you are taking, missing even one dose of a blood pressure medication can cause significant elevations of blood pressure. Headache, fatigue, confusion and overall "bad" feeling are symptoms commonly reported with elevated blood pressures. It is important to take these medications regularly to avoid potentially life-threatening consequences of high blood pressure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctor can check : A primary care doctor can check to see why a person would be tired and dizzy after skipping a meal. Healthy, normal people can have mild such symptoms from skipping meals, with the "dizziness" due to not having enough fluids to drink. Significant symptoms may be related to low blood sugar due to not eating. The doctor will need a complete diet diary and symptom diary, plus some usual blood tests. ...Read more
I am always tired and sleepy. I get headache a lot and sharp pains on my head. When i think for a minute, i get headache. Why does this happen?
Disturbing: These symptoms are too non-specific to allow an opinion for cause, but they are sufficiently severe to warrant a full detailed assessment by a pcp. It is not possible to know whether this has an organic basis or a psychological one, but a good clinician should be able to work this out. Good luck and hope you get better soon. ...Read more
Headaches: Your headaches could be coming from tension, dehydration, lack of sleep/poor sleep, skipping meals, stress, teeth grinding, sleep apnea/snoring, or chronic sinus problems among other things. See a doctor to get checked out so you can get som ehelp for your headaches. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Migraine causes naus: Nausea is quite common with migraine headaches.The best solution is to take your headache medicineas soon as you feel the headache coming on.If you wait you will end up having a full blown migraine and get quite sick.You should also be under the care of a headache specialist...Typically a neurologist. ...Read more
Connected: It is very common for individuals when anxious to experience gastrointestinal symptoms including nausea. The wiring between the brain and the gut is quite complex and bidirectional. Thus the gut influences the brain and the brain the gut. One example is when acutely anxious/feeling threatened blood flow is diverted away from the GI tract as it is needed to elsewhere to let us fight/flee. ...Read more
Uncertain: There are numerous possibile reasons, so see either your primary care provider or a gastroenterologist (intestinal tract expert) for evaluation. ...Read more
Low blood sugar: These symptoms relate to low blood sugar. It suggests that you might have a condition called glucose intolerance. Your doctor can evaluate you and a special diet may be indicated. If you are overweight, it aggravates the problem and weight loss and more exercise will help. ...Read more
Ur body speaks...: Diarrhea could suggest feelings of loss of control or feeling unprepared & disorganized. Diarrhea reflects a fear of the next step because we have not yet handled this particular area of our life. We are "running" for it. In this way, it does seem to relate to nervousness! the body speaks in metaphors & of course the more info available, the easier the interpretation...&healing...Wishing u well! ...Read more
Depends.: Headaches are multifactorial and we need more information. It's especially dependent upon how far along you are in pregnancy. If it's early pregnancy then this is totally normal. If it's late in pregnancy and associated with vision changes and abdominal pain and high blood pressure then you need to be seen by an md asap. Try tylenol, (acetaminophen) sleep, ice/heat packs, 1 cup of coffee/soda. ...Read more
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