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Extreme Headache And Nausea? What Could Be The Problem

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If you are experiencing a headache unlike any other, are nauseated, can't see straight, or are seeing halos when you look at the light, it can be a number of different problems. You may also be lethargic or have a difficult time standing up. These symptoms could all make going through your day very difficult, and it's best to get to an urgent care facility in order to be diagnosed properly. Read on for a few things that may be causing you these problems.


A migraine headache could be your problem. Migraines can be triggered by hormones, stress, or a number of other things. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, even just standing upright can all be a problem for you. It's best to lay down in a dark room to get some rest. Turn off all of the lights and turn off all sounds as well. Close your eyes and get some rest. Placing a cool cloth on your head or over your eyes can also help you deal with your migraine.


If you're dehydrated or suffering from heatstroke, you may also see these symptoms. Get some water and electrolytes in your body, and get to a cool area out of the sunlight. Eat and drink in small quantities to prevent you from throwing up. You're also going to want to get some sodium in your system so you retain the water you are drinking. Try eating some salted crackers or nuts with salt on them.

High Blood Pressure 

High blood pressure can cause all of these symptoms as well. If your blood pressure is raised, it could be due to stress, or you may simply have a blood pressure issue that needs to be under control. Get to urgent care to be diagnosed and to receive any necessary treatment to lower your blood pressure. If your blood pressure is brought on by stress, you're going to need to start dealing with the stresses by reading more, exercising, or participating in some sort of sport.

Eye Strain

Your headache and nausea could be caused by eye strain. If you are straining to see, it can bring on a headache. Try adjusting your screen or limiting the amount of screen time you are using. Wear your eyeglasses as needed. Have your eyes examined if you think your prescription has changed.

If you have a headache and nausea or other symptoms, visit a resource like 75th St Injury & Illness Center for medical attention.