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Strong pulsation behind head, dizziness, cannot concentrate. What could be wrong?

Hi, I am 30 years old, 65kg and 170cm height. I am physically fit so far until few months ago. I have been suffering from strong pulsanating behind my head. I felt dizzy and can t concentrate in doing my work which require most of the time in front of computer. The pulsanating is strong even when i sit or sleep. it normally last few days and will go away..but i have been suffering from this more than a week now. What could be wrong?
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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You are saying that your work is basically by sitting in front of computer, with fingers as the only body part in movement. This would cause other muscles to get stiffed. When muscles of neck spine are involved, you start experiencing the current symptoms.

I would recommend to get work pauses often associated with light stretching exercises to avoid stiffness.

You should check your eyes for any other problem as computer work is also associated with eye disorders.

Check your blood pressure, especially while having such pulsation and record it and pass it to your physician.

Hope it helped!

Answered: Wed, 9 Oct 2013
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