Hi, Thanks for your query, Dizziness
is also often found to be a part of migraine. Such condition is medically known as migraine associated vertigo. In this condition, victim suffers with feeling of dizziness anytime before, after or during the headache. Partial loss of vision, loss of coordination, disequilibrium, ringing of ears, and severe nausea
are some of the other symptoms that are associated with dizziness.
A combination of headache dizziness and nausea could be a signal of some serious potentially life threatening condition. Internal brain injury
, brain tumor
, cancer or neurosis all could be the underlying cause for this signal.
are an unusual type of headache triggered by coughing and other types of straining--such as from sneezing, blowing your nose, laughing, crying, singing, bending over or having a bowel movement.
Doctors divide cough headaches into two categories. Primary cough headaches are usually harmless, occur in limited episodes and eventually improve on their own. Secondary cough headaches are more serious, as they're caused by structural problems within the brain, which may require surgery to correct.
These preventive medications may include:
, an anti-inflammatory drug
, a diuretic that reduces the production of spinal fluid
Treating lung infections, such as bronchitis
Using cough suppressants as needed
Getting an annual flu shot
Using stool softeners to avoid constipation
Minimizing heavy lifting
See a doctor for a proper diagnosis and treatment.
I hope this helps you. And good luck.