What Are Headaches, Dizziness, And Nausea Symptoms Of?

What Are Headaches, Dizziness, And Nausea Symptoms Of?

Hello Sir/ Madam

For the question “What are headaches, dizziness, and nausea symptoms of?”, here is the answer:

Many people encounter dizziness and nausea in their life. Dizziness and nausea can occur due to different problems. Headaches caused by the increase of internal pressure in the brain (e.g. brain tumors), migraines, and other types of headaches can make you feel both dizzy and headache.

The increased intracranial pressure is a rising pressure inside a person’s skull. It can be caused by the growth of fluids around the brain, such as the cerebrospinal fluid, or the upsurge of the amount of blood in the brain due to brain injuries or tumor rupture.

Migraine: it is a recurring type of headache that lasts for hours or days with dizziness and nausea. The pain can occur suddenly with or without symptoms, such as dizziness, blurred vision, tinnitus, diplopia, difficulties in speaking, head numbness, and more. Stresses, stubborn insomnia, weather changes, noises, head injuries, strong odors, consuming alcohol can cause migraines.

The symptoms described in your question are not enough to be diagnosed as a specific disease. So it is best to see a specialized doctor to be diagnosed accurately and given timely treatment.

I have dizziness and unsteadiness. I have already taken medicine but it doesn’t work. What should I do?

Hi! According to the symptoms described in the question as dizziness and unsteadiness, they can be signs of the Benign Paroxysmal Position Vertigo. It is a benign disease, yet it is impossible to be treated completely. Treatments are only able to reduce the symptoms. This disease usually occurs when there are weather changes, changes in sleep positions of your head, lack of deep sleep, anxiety. Therefore, the duration of treatment depends on the appearance of motivating factors.

For “I have dizziness and unsteadiness. I have already taken medicine but it doesn’t work. What should I do?”, here is expert advice: you need to have enough sleep, take prescribed medication, do not change your head’s sleeping position abruptly, to avoid the disease’s symptoms. If there are severe symptoms and are pointless to take medicines, you need to visit hospitals.

I have headaches and nausea very frequently. What should I do?

Hi, these are very popular symptoms that lots of people have and are concerned about, you need to continuously take prescribed medication and return to reassessment regularly, limit the changes in your head’s sleep positions. Moreover, it is necessary to have enough sleep, do exercises that do not require changing head and backbone positions, so that you are protected from dizziness.

Headaches in Children

Headaches are symptoms of many diseases, such as viral infections or bacterial infections. However, headaches are reduced as soon as the viral infection or bacterial one is over. A 6-year-old child who already took the Cranial Magnetic Resonance Imaging is defended from abnormal tumors in his/her brain. Still, the doctor has no idea if the child took the Cranial Magnetic Resonance Imaging by which devices and if the child took brain circuit assessment pulse or not?

The MRI system will assess the brain circuit to eliminate abnormalities in the circuit which lead to brain ischemia and headaches. Also, it is a must to get the child assessments of his/her eyes and blood to find other diseases. Irregular pointed peaks in electroencephalogram results are just coordination indexes for the diagnosed process, not a diagnosis standard. Thus, to discover the exact reasons for the symptoms and receive the right treatments, you need to take your child to a specialized Hospital’s Pediatric Neurologists, Eye Specialist Hospitals, etc.

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