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Constant headache, neck pain, blacking out, nausea, sweating arms

i had a bad headache for about 5-6 days, but i ve never had a migrane before so i m not sure if it was that and also my neck started hurting during those 5-6days. pretty much about the same time my headache ended i started waking up soaked in sweat about 1-2 times per night and my neck still hurts, and same with the back of my head. last night i woke up in the middle of the night and had to go to the bathroom and got up alittle too fast and as usual when i do that it gets alittle dark but it was going away, once i went up the stairs and took about 4 more steps, every went pitch black, my eyes were wide open but i couldnt see, i made my way to the bathroom and managed to sit down on the toilet, the whole black out lasted about 20-25seconds including when i sat down.i then got up to go to the fridge to fill up my water bottle, i opened the fridge, but my eyes blacked out again and i stared into it for about 15 seconds and couldnt see anything, i stumbled to the island chair in the kitchen and sat down. this black out lasted for about 30-40seconds and when i could see again i walked to the bathroom and sat down next to the toilet thinking i was gonna throw up and my arms were sweating
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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How old are you? Whats your occupation? Do you sit in front of the laptop?
Firstly. the headache might be due to the neck pain. There is a condition known as cervicogenic headache, thats the terminology you need to use. Usually bcos of bad posture of work and lifestyle.

The trasient black out might be due to pooling of blood to the limbs. Since you action was quick the blood going to the brain reduced bcos of which you had the blackout. Its very common. No need to worry. Drink lots of water.
Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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