I have had a headache (left temple, eye socket, inside the back of the head) for three years in the summer and mid-morning in the fall. Each time the pain starts with swelling, then it starts to hurt for about ten minutes, along with constant yawning and tearing, runny nose and sweating, and a little nausea and vomiting.The pain lasts for about an hour and a half, then slowly changes from a dull ache to a swelling sensation, and then it doesn't hurt at all.This happens every day at noon once the season is over.
Hello, the left side of the headache is caused by insufficient blood supply to the brain, poor living habits, lack of sleep, often stay up late and other reasons, often sweating, is due to physical weakness, oral raw vein drink, more exercise, avoid obesity
This condition can sometimes be caused by physical weakness in addition to cerebral vascular spasm or neuropathic pain is easy to cause, first need to pay attention to keep warm, avoid getting cold, it is necessary to further go to the hospital to do a brain CT examination, and with the blood test routine.
Your case may be related to the seasonal climate change, there may be allergies and it is a migraine attack.It is recommended that you go to the hospital to have a CT or MRI of the skull and paranasal sinuses.Find out what the situation is, and diagnose clearly before treatment.