Because the toxins from your poop rise when you are submerged in water going all the way to your head and up your europhean tubes into your brain causing runny noses and migrain headaches because of the heat in your brain.
They used to drill a little hole in your head because they belived that it would let out all the bad spirits.
Breathing oxygen in through a nasal cannula (little prongs in your nose) can cause the membranes to become very dry and irritated. This will cause pain similar to a sinus headache.
Have the doctor order the oxygen to be moisturized. The oxygen will then be pumped through a special water bottle so when it is breathed in it will not be so irritating.
Depends on the age/previous medical conditions, but yes, kids frequently get headaches.
If it continues for a long time however, or multiple headaches occur within a short time, or if it is accompanied with dizziness, loss of vision, or nausea, I should check with a doctor.
Yes, a backed up stomach can cause a headache and even a migraine. Being constipated can cause muscle tension and congestion in the rest of the body all the way up the spine and into the back of the neck. This is called referred pain. When your neck and head muscles tense up, it causes tension in the occipital nerve that goes into your head and is connected to your eyes. This can cause really extreme pain in your neck, jaw, head, eyes and more. You can wind up in the hospital with a severe migraine if you are constipated. Hydration is important. Avoiding foods that constipate you is extremely important. Make sure to eat a well-balanced diet including lots of fruits and vegetable, and stay hydrated.
Concussion can cause several things to happen, screw up vision (blacking out), ringing ears (brain impact inside the skull, increase blood pressure), slurred speech, weird smells.
My 25 year old son, who's in prison, has a history of migrane headaches. However, about a month now, he's been having severe headaches, his jaw, teeth, eyes, and temple hurt really badly. It is extremely painful on the right side of his head, as well as th...
I've heard that low frequencies can cause headaches. MRI's use low frequency in the process. It is possible this is the cause. I really do not know the answer. What I can say with absolute certainty is that following my MRI 2 days ago, I've had the WORST headache I've ever had in my life. I can finally understand what people with migraine must experience. UGH!! If you suffer from a headache following an MRI you are NOT crazy and you are NOT alone!!!
Yes, some doctors and Headache Specialists prescribe Celebrex for some types of headaches. However, taking any pain medicine too frequently (more than 3 doses per week) can result in Medication Overuse Headache. SEe your doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment of any headache disorder.
You can get headaches from Bluetooth because Bluetooth sends a signal that is to quiet for the human ear to hear to our brains. The signal is a bad signal and can hurt your brain. The body doesn't like this signal.
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Penicillin has probably nothing to do with headache medicine. You can take any analgesic without regards to penicillin. Aspirin is not given below 12 years of age in fever. You are taking penicillin. That means you probably have got fever.
Whether you should sleep with a headache is dependent upon the cause of the headache symptom.
For example, sleeping with a headache caused by a recent head injury could be dangerous, while sleeping during a Migraine re-sets the brain and can abort the attack, ending the pain.
For appropriate diagnosis, treatment and prevention of headache disorders, seek the help of a board certified headache specialist.
Headaches in pregnancy are very common. Make sure you are drinking plenty of water and getting enough rest, sometimes when youre body gets very tired a headache can be a sign. Also if you take any medication for the headaches make sure that you only take acetamenaphin. (Tylenol) Aspirin and Ibuprofen can hurt your baby.
You could be dehydrated or hungover from alcohol.
It could be a caffeine addiction withdrawal: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/Press_releases/2004/09_29_04.html
You might also have sleep apnea, whereby your breathing gets obstructed (from bad snoring, for example) and you don't get enough oxygen to the brain while sleeping. Usually this can be determined by a sleep study, and, if you have apnea, there are mechanisms to be used to help keep you breathing smoothly during the night. http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/dci/Diseases/SleepApnea/SleepApnea_WhatIs.html or it could be the jolt of sitting up suddenly in the morning. some scientists think that the jolt can give you a headache and make you bad tempered.
Well My mum and I get headaches all the time and we take some panadol rapid It works quickly and affectively and then we go to bed with a cold face cloth and a face mask and when you wake up you should feel heaps better. Also try some fat lemonade, all you have to do is shake out all the fizz, this also works.
Hello. Yes this could be a sign of pregnancy. Do a pregnancy test. If negative consult your doctor.
Yes, I have been there. If you find yourself falling asleep at strange times along with your feet being soar there is a good chance. Another simple no doctor test is to push on your breasts, not gently. If they are really soar, or even strangly soar by this action you should go to a doctor fast. Sadley my friends and I learned these techniques the hard way. If it just that your balance is off and bad headaches you might have a really bad sinus infection. Either way go to your regular doctor if you feel comfortable and get a pregnancy test while your there. It only takes about ten minutes, and the sooner is allways the better. If you do not feel comfortable than call plan parenthood tell them the situation and set up for an anual exam it will get you in the door, and while your there for that ask for a pregnancy test. Because of your situation they usually make a spot open up. Be honest with them about everything but drug use. They will not help anyone who has used drugs as of a new company poliecey enacted a couple of years ago. Good luck, you'll be fine. yes, of course does are the symptoms of being pregnant i know this because im pregnant and does are my symptoms so good luck and take care ok. Yes, but you could have a migrain also Yes, you could also have eaten something bad or have allergies. Get a preg test and take the guess out of your worry.
Because you drink to many of them.
You are drinking low quality beer. Headaches are caused by fusel alcohols that should not be present in a quality beer. I would suggest that you not drink light beer. Switch to a high quality craft-brewed beer.
The medical term for headache is cephalalgia or cephalea.
Sounds like two different things going on... 1. lump could be a lymph node or fatty tumor... neither is anything to worry about... If the lump is at the hairline halfway between the spine and ear, there is a possibility you could have an occipital neuralgia... at the point where a nerve exits from the deep tissue of the neck at the base of the skull and palpating (pushing) the area causes shooting pains to the side of the head. This can also cause really terrible headaches to the side of the head. 2. The "crunching" symptoms are most likely degenerative joint disease (arthritis). Arthritis can also cause neck pain. You need a series of xrays of the neck. If you are having weakness of your arms and difficulty working above your head, refer to another answer linked below.
If by 'pink eye' you mean red, watery eyes, then it sounds like an allergic reaction. Grass, trees, etc.
Excessive headaches could be a sign of an underlying problem that may be very serious. Get yourself checked by a doctor. Get referred to a specialist. My mother had a bad headache and died a few hours later from a brain aneurysm.
ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease is a progressive disease that destroys nerves and muscles. Only a neurologist could diagnose it properly. The first signs that Lou Gehrig had were a slight slowing of his reactions and reduced strength. Nearly everyone over 40 has those symptoms!
The ALS Association says weakness, reduced coordination, clumsiness, pain in hands and feet are all signs of ALS but that there is no one main early symptom. All of those symptoms could be caused by many other things.