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How do you know if you have a head problem?

How do you know if you have a head problem?

Symptoms of a head injury With a head injury, it’s normal to have a headache and nausea. You may be dizzy or disoriented right afterward. You also may have problems focusing or remembering. Other symptoms include ringing in your ears, neck pain, or vision problems.

What are the head problems?

A headache is a pain or discomfort in the head, scalp, or neck. Common types of headaches include tension headaches, migraine or cluster headaches, sinus headaches, and headaches that begin in your neck. You may have a mild headache with a cold, the flu, or other viral illnesses when you also have a low fever.

When should I be worried about my head?

You should contact your doctor right away if you have the following symptoms after an injury or bump to the head: Worsening headache. Nausea and vomiting. Difficulty moving.

What causes head problems?

The stress in the nerves and muscles of the neck can cause pain in the head. Sometimes pressure or pain appears in both the head and the neck. This can be caused by headaches, such as tension headaches or migraines. Other causes include whiplash, poor posture, muscle strain, and concussions.

What are the symptoms of brain nerve damage?

Cranial nerve damage may result in:

  • Paralysis of facial muscles or losing sensation in the face.
  • Loss of or altered sense of smell or taste.
  • Loss of vision or double vision.
  • Swallowing problems.
  • Dizziness.
  • Ringing in the ear.
  • Hearing loss.

What are the symptoms of head pressure?


  • Dull, aching head pain.
  • Sensation of tightness or pressure across the forehead or on the sides and back of the head.
  • Tenderness in the scalp, neck and shoulder muscles.

What causes pressure in the head and eyes?

Sinusitis. A headache that results from sinusitis can cause feelings of pressure in the head, especially near the front of the face and under the eyes. This happens because fluid builds up in the sinuses, generally due to an infection. Some people also get dizzy, feel sick, or have lower energy levels.