I feel numb in my head, its been 2 days now. Its awkward. I am a hypertensive person, my doctor prescribed me a maintenance Losartan 50 and Amledopine. I just want to know if there is connection with the numbness and what kind of health disorder is this. Please help me..
Hi there. Certain conditions can cause numbness in the head like nerve damage, cardiovascular disease, medical complications from prior surgeries, multiple sclerosis, autoimmune disorders, joint or bone disorders, migraines, panic or anxiety attacks, lymes disease etc. You need to show yourself to a neurologist for this. This could be life threatening also and may need prompt diagnosis. Depending on the diagnosis, treatment may involve blood pressure medications, surgery for damaged nerve endings, anti inflammatory drug therapy, anti depressants, life style and diet changes, steroids or physical and psychological therapy. Hope this helps.
Is their any home remedy for now that may help to relieve from feeling numb in my head? i need to save for now to have a check up in the coming days. So far i dont feel anything aside from the numb. though i have a slight headache or maybe just dizzy.
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