Hi, my name is sheeza ...i am 24 years old...my problem is that two weeks ago, i used headphones on the computer straightly for about a week, but after that my head started hurting and still hurts all the time. My eyes and neck also hurt because of the pain in my head...i feel like throwing up all the time...i also feel weak... please help me! Thank you!
I am not sure if the use of headphones is the problem or maybe if it caused the syptoms of something else to worsen. I do not believe the use of headphones would cause your syptoms. If they did it would clear up after you stopped using them.
You need to see your doctor and have some test run and see what is going on.
I am assuming this has been going on for two weeks right? That is an indication that you need to see the doctor and find out the cause.
I do hope your feeling better very soon.
Please let us know what your doctor says.
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