What to do if a headache before the rain and the storm
Headaches – the most common disorders of the human nervous system that can be diseases and symptoms of other diseases. Primary GB limited, they can be clustered, to be a consequence of the surge and diagnosed migraine. Secondary – are symptoms of a long list of diseases (more than 40), such as toxicity from the excessive use of drugs or high blood pressure (hypertension).
Headaches in 20% of the population begin in childhood up to 10 years. 50% – under the age of 20 years. The incidence remains stable, in spite of preventive measures. According to statistics, about 47% of the adult population at least once a year suffer from headaches. Among experts it is considered that patients suffering from headaches, reduced quality of life similar to people who have suffered a myocardial infarction, the disease of diabetes and vascular insufficiency.
definition of weather sensitivity
Meteopathy, or in common parlance meteosensitivity (meteosensitivity), is the reaction of the human body to changes in weather conditions. This disorder is expressed by some mental disorders and a set of pain syndromes. Meteopathy affected people regardless of the presence or absence of other diseases. According to medical statistics, meteosensitivity is inherent in almost half of the population of Russia.
Women are more prone to meteopathy. Among the recorded cases of men less almost twice. Children are not exposed to this disorder – the facts single. Today meteopathy not included in the list of diseases, but the world health organization is preparing this event. The reason is that the annual growth of weather-sensitive people on the planet.
headaches in most people suffering from meteopathies, mainly due to bad weather:
- a decrease in atmospheric pressure;
- sharp jumps of temperature;
- magnetic storms
- low oxygen content in the air;
- the presence of radioactivity and its level;
- strong wind
- storm warning and other weather changes.
The Emergence and development of meteopathy depends on the health of a person, his age, presence of any disease, microclimate and degree of acclimatization in it. These factors affect the organism's adaptation to the environment and reacting to changes in it. Meteozavisimost often appears in people who are:
- are rarely in the fresh air;
- do intellectual work;
- prone to physical inactivity
- take the junk food and irregular;
- not alternate rest and work;
- is subject to frequent stressful situations.
Noticed that most meteosensitivity affects people with unstable mentality, with a weak. A strong and balanced person can feel the symptoms only when the weakening of the body. The disease often appears at puberty and in old age.
Pathogenesis of the disease
In fact, meteopathy is a consequence of the inability of the organism to adequately respond to changes in the environment. Why is it that in any case the cause is lack of health. As a result of weather changes, the patient suffering from this disorder experiences the following symptoms:
- seizures tachycardia (rapid heartbeat);
- headaches, joint and muscle
- loss of sleep
- acute chronic disease
- the presence of pain in the heart, for example, compression or weight;
- increased irritability and nervousness.
These symptoms can be detected before the onset of inclement weather. No wonder the people of weather-sensitive people called "living barometers". They can predict changes in weather conditions, and with surprising accuracy.
The Peculiarities of the symptomatology of headaches when meteopathy
|Intensity||gnawing||Constant sharp||Periodic blunt||Recurrent acute|
|Localization||Pain neck||Sore benevolent||Pain in my forehead||Whiskey|
treatment Methods GB associated with weather-sensitive
The Treatment of head pain are primarily associated with elimination of reasons, that is, with the treatment of meteopathy and other diagnosed diseases. Why headache before rain or storm, in every particularthe case involves a different decision. To date, this process provides for an integrated approach. The patient should undergo a medical examination and be under medical observation.
The Patient develop a routine and diet as well as prescribe exercise and preventive treatments, such as baths. In particularly difficult cases required application of drugs, with up to tranquilizers. The last recommendation is carried out exclusively by the attending physician, considering the patient's medical history and contraindications.
|Drugs that improve coronary and cerebral blood flow (Cavinton, glockenspiel, trental)||Daily dose of 15 to 30 mg, taken 3 times a day|
|Antispasmodic (no-Spa, papaverine hydrochloride)||Daily dose of 120 to 240 mg, divided into 2 or 3 doses|
|Painkillers (ortofen, brufen, ibuprofen)||an average of 200 mg per day, divided into 3 or 4 doses|
In the struggle with pain of the head, all means are good. Among them are recommendations that will be useful to everyone:
- physical education
- fresh air
- healthy and timely meals;
- regular quiet time;
- breathing exercises;
- swimming pool is the ideal prevention of headaches if meteopathy.
Prevention of new attacks
To attacks of the disorder does not recur, do not forget about the disease after the course of treatment. It is sure to manifest itself again, if all preventive measures will be forgotten. It is therefore essential after the diagnosis of meteopathy consistently specified by physician lifestyle.
Describes the standard methods of treatment of pain head from weather-sensitive people. It is understood that in each case the patient must be matched to individual therapy and drug treatment. For this man, started to experience headaches before a thunderstorm, you should consult a doctor.
The Specialist will prescribe the necessary examinations and will choose the proper treatment. A visit to the doctor will not only help to prevent the chronic headaches, but also ensures professional control over patient's condition. Self-treatment practical advice or who you can be not only useless but also harm the health.
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