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Headache

Hello Sir,
I am 30 years old. I do night shift job and has computer related job. I normally take my dinner between 1:30AM to 2:00AM. For the last one month I am experiencing a severe headache after I take my dinner. The headache starts after 1 hour of my dinner. But when I leave the computer system and start doing some other work, I don't feel any headache. But again when I return to the computer system, it starts again.

I have got my eyes checked and it is fine. Please suggest what would be the reason and what should I do to avoid this.
[message edited by AmitArora on Wed, 24 Sep 2014 00:05:18 BST]
[message edited by AmitArora on Wed, 24 Sep 2014 00:05:56 BST]
 
  AmitArora on 2014-09-24
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Amit,

to be clear:

Are you saying you go to work at the computer
and there is no headache?

None? until you eat dinner?

And then what if you did other work instead of
going back to the computer first? Would the
headache disappear?

How long are you at the computer before you
take your dinner?
 
simone717 5 years ago
Hello,
Thanks so much for answering my problem. Below is the answer for more clarification on my problem:

Are you saying you go to work at the computer
and there is no headache? Yes, there is no headache until I take my dinner.

None? until you eat dinner?

And then what if you did other work instead of
going back to the computer first? Would the
headache disappear? Yes, it disappears slowly slowly.

How long are you at the computer before you
take your dinner? Approx 5-6 hours.
 
AmitArora 5 years ago
which part of ur head ache during the headache :
near eyebrow ,middle part of forehead , left part of ur forehead ,right part of ur forehead, or the whole head?
 
gaintrox 5 years ago
The pain is at the back side of my head.
 
AmitArora 5 years ago
Hi

1. Please clarify back side of the head.

This could be the upper half or the lower
half- lower half is called the occipital area.

2. Please describe the pain in your own words, pain could feel
like heavy pressure, like being squeezed, like hammering, or
pulsating, or cramping, dull aching and combo's of these- so
go into detail here.

3. I assume that days you do not work, that when you eat your
dinner you do not get a headache- or do you?

4. Do you feel your computer screen is at the right height-
do you have to bend your neck at all? Even a tiny bit of bending?

5. Please fill out the general form- and give details, all other
health issues or concerns, and any medicine you are taking allopathic
or homeopathic or herbs.

form is http://www.abchomeopathy.com/forum2.php/188925

Thanks.
[message edited by simone717 on Wed, 24 Sep 2014 19:22:31 BST]
 
simone717 5 years ago
1. Please clarify back side of the head.
The pain is mostly in the lower half of the head.

2. Please describe the pain in your own words.
The pain feels like heavy pressure and sometimes is like being hammered.

3. I assume that days you do not work, that when you eat your
dinner you do not get a headache- or do you? No, it does not pain while I am off from work.

4. Do you feel your computer screen is at the right height-
do you have to bend your neck at all? I have to bend my neck, but I keep on changind the height of the chair I use in office.

5. Please fill out the general form- and give details, all other
health issues or concerns, and any medicine you are taking allopathic
or homeopathic or herbs - No, I don't have any health issues or concerns and I am not taking any kind of medicines.

Please let me know if you have some other questions regarding my issues.
 
AmitArora 5 years ago
Hi- Please look at the green link 2 posts above and
post the answers.

I may have more questions.

I think this may be caused by bending your neck. Even if in
small amounts, it is what they call repetitive motion. Even
micro movements - if they go on long enough start to pull
the neck vertebrae out of alignment.

When that happens it disrupts normal nerve flow to many
different parts of the body. Think of your neck as the
control panel of an electrical system-the spine. So if there
are kinks in the system from micro bending the nerve and
blood flow will be blocked. More blood flow to the stomach
always goes on after a person eats.

So it sounds like after the computer work, and then you eat-
the neck low head area is not getting the flow that it normally
does. Otherwise this would go on when you are at home too.

You absolutely have to set up your work station so there is no
bending-even if you wore a soft neck collar to help you
realize that you are doing this and then stop and adjust.
All of this can be very subtle, but over time it will get worse.

Many people are looking down over and over at their phone,
and reading in bed, looking down at a lap top in bed etc
and they develop headaches and then pain in the upper
back, arms etc.

You need to get up from your work station every half hour or so and move
around a bit for 5 minutes, stretch etc to keep the blood flow going right.
You should be walking for at least a half hour a day to keep the blood moving also.

No remedy is going to fix this if the cause is not corrected-it will reappear and
each time cause more pain.

You also should sleep on your back with good neck support to reverse what is going
on at work till you get the posture right.
[message edited by simone717 on Wed, 24 Sep 2014 21:12:27 BST]
 
simone717 5 years ago
Thanks so much for the suggestion. I will surely follow these steps and hope to have the relief soon. Thanks again.
 
AmitArora 5 years ago

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