Therapy for headaches is prescribed by the attending physician. The results of a complete diagnosis of the body will prompt an accurate diagnosis for the selection of an effective method to eliminate severe headaches. To prevent the patient’s headache from manifesting itself so much, symptoms are carefully studied and only then individual treatment is selected. The method is influenced by several factors: type; the severity of the disease;
additional nuances (such as age and the presence of other diseases).
Treatment of acute pain is possible when taking medications of analgesic groups (ibuprofen, paracetamol) and combined drugs containing caffeine and antispasmodics (pentalgin, panadol, noshpalgin, solpaldein, imet). Various capsules, fizzy pills and sachets with soluble powders have proved to be effective in treating acute headaches. They can be taken on their own for a short period of time, long use is fraught with getting used to such drugs. Be sure to consult with your doctor to find out the cause of the pain syndrome, and then eliminate them.
The course of headache treatment consists of physiotherapy elements:
electrophoresis procedures; darsonvalization, including additional cervical collar zone; acupuncture; massage; procedures in water.
No less favorable affects the stay in the resort type.
Drug therapy includes an appointment: gabapentines; valproates; myorelaxantov; sedatives; vitamin B; diuretics; venotonics; antioxidants;
vascular drugs; neuroprotectors.
Each doctor after making the right diagnosis will prescribe an individual treatment for headache. Listen to his explanations of how to use drugs for prevention and to eliminate sudden and sudden pain.
Do not forget that self-treatment for frequent headaches will only harm your body. The cause of the deterioration may be a tumor in the head, in this case, therapeutic pills can not be a panacea – surgery will be needed. Excessive use of painkillers is detrimental to the functionality of the GIT, liver and kidneys.
As a rule, most patients suffer from several diseases, each of which has a negative impact on the condition of brain vessels. Thus, the most reliable way to stop the progression of chronic cerebral ischemia is to prevent dangerous in terms of worsening cerebral blood flow complications of diseases that are part of the metabolic syndrome group (arterial hypertension, diabetes, etc.).
It is important to quit bad habits (smoking, alcohol abuse, drug use) and follow a diet that includes a large number of fresh fruits and vegetables and a minimum amount of trans fats.
Once every three months you should take a clinical and biochemical blood test, in which you should pay attention to the level of glucose, glycated hemoglobin, lipid metabolism and blood clotting system, you should also take an electrocardiographic examination (ECG), EchoCG.