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Why Do Loud Noises Give Me A Headache
This is common: Many people with headache disorders are sensitive to loud noise. Loud noise can intensify existing headaches or cause new ones. The physiologic mechanisms are not fully understood. Changes in air pressure from sound waves is part of the cause but probably not the whole answer. ...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
Sometimes: Very loud music, listened to on a regular basis can gradually damage hearing so that over the years your high pitched tones and eventually medium tones will diminish. Keep all noises at a comfortable level. This is why ear protection is now a standard item in noisy industrial environments. Headaches are also caused by loud noises including music. ...Read more
Loud noises &crying from my kids gives me a headache & pinches a nerve in my fore head. It makes me mad, fustrated & I get a bad headache & nerves hurt?
Yes.: While there many causes of headaches, one of the most common is being somewhat dehydrated. A good indicator of your hydration status is your urine. Aim to have completely clear, odorless urine. If it is dark yellow and/or smells strong, you need to drink more. Hope you feel better. ...Read more
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Codeine: You might experience side effect from codeine. Please discuss these symptoms with your doctor. ...Read more
Lortab: Sometimes it may be the preparation of lortab - u may need to try another manufacturer or a different medication altogether. ...Read more
Head aches: Not sure if the excess water intake caused you head ache or maybe something you stopped eating/drinking. For example, sometime, when people diet and cut out soda with caffeine, they get head aches. Caffeine may not only cause headaches, but can also be a treatment for them etc. So play detective and slowly decrease food groups as opposed to stopping them abruptly. See doc if the HA continues. ...Read more
I was cleaning my toilet with lysol blue cleaning liquid and I guess from the smell of it I got nauseated with this stuff give me a headache?
It may: Some noxious smells may trigger a headache. Make sure you have adequate ventilation when using any cleaning products. Use of a vent fan in the bathroom may be helpful. If you are sensitive to a product then avoid its use. If your symptoms persist then seek immediate medical treatment. ...Read more
Decreased oxygen: Second hand smoke is as much nicotene, carbon monoxide inhation as you smoking a cigarette--especially in a room without fresh air flowing in. Cigarette smoke is inhaled. The carbon monoxide binds to your circulating red blood cells. They have a higher affinity for hemoglobin then oxygen. The carbon monoxide starves the brain of oxygen. This dialates cerebral blood vessels and causes headaches. ...Read more
Why do stripes make me dizzy and give me a headache? The headache hurts really bad and I feel drunk.
Migraine trigger: Unfortunately, alternating dark and light stripes can trigger a migraine in scattered susceptible folks. Your med list does not include preventative meds, and that would be an excellent way to handle this. Pain meds will likely worsen process over time, but could be needed to handle other problems. ...Read more
What causes spicy food to give me a headache? I really enjoy eating boiled shrimp in spicy boil but it gives me a HA and red eyes because so so hot.
Not sure but...: It could be the glutamine. An important amino acid. In Chinese cooking they frequently add MSG (Monosodium glutamate) as a flavor enhancer. There is a well described "Chines Restaurant Syndrome" which you may have. Check it out on www. Mayoclinic. Com ...Read more
Mild pain and swelling between right shoulder and spine. Advil (ibuprofen) helps but by end of day give me a headache. No movement problems Any thoughts?
Pain and swelling: Pain with swelling that persists can be indicative of a structural problem. Commonly in the area between the spine and shoulder blade it is a consequence of a sprain or strained muscle. Relief with any NSAIDs also suggests muscle or tendon inflammation.if the condition persists beyond 7-10 days get it evaluated ...Read more
? gallbladder issues:
This is not something readily answered from a Western medical perspective but makes sense from the perspective of Chinese medicine, which understands that headaches are often related to problems of gallbladder function. I advise consulting a practitioner of acupuncture/Chinese herbal medicine and/or integrative MD. See http://tinyurl. Com/a46e2tz
for info on natural treatments for the gallbladder. ...Read more
Allergic Rhinitis: Hi! It is possible that certain scents, and certainly certain plant pollens can cause or worsen allergic rhinitis. Runny nose, facial pain, headache, and sneezing are some of the symptoms. It is also possible for certain scents to trigger migraines. The best thing is to avoid lilies, if you can't discuss with your doctor. Take care, dr. H. ...Read more
Paint exposure: Yes. Exposure to chemicals in paint can cause headaches and other illness. ...Read more
See neurologist: Need to see the neurologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
See below: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more
This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes.
Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
If you have had a ha for 1 week straight the pls seek medical attention.
Hope this helps. ...Read more
Sweet food pain: If the sweet food cause the headache every time or sometimes in the same region of the face or teeth, then there is highly possibility of problem related to your teeth or tooth close to the headache area. Headache is a result of an amplification from the neuron or nerve ending hypersensitivity. Common causes related to sweet headache is tooth root exposure, bite disease and some systemic disease. ...Read more
If you have been: Ill for this long would recommend medical assessment. ...Read more
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