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Tingling and numbness in head, cold rush behind head, previous head injury. Treatment?

hi there well ihave this wierd sensation on the right side of my head ifind it hard to explain but iget this tinggle feeling or this feeling of numbness sometimes iget this cold rush on the bakk of my head its very stressing because I dont know wats wrong wit me forgot to mention ifell off my bike hit my head and was not wearin a helmet ialso find hard 2 sleep at night my mind is always running
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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A variety of symptoms may occur in a person who is having poor sleep. All the symptoms essentially reflect the stress that body is going through because of sleeplessness. You should consult a psychiatrist/ neurologist who will evaluate you for the cause of sleep disturbance. Most commonly life circumstances and psychological factors are responsible for sleep disturbances. It is very rare to have a sleep disorder without those. Depending on the type of disturbance, you can be prescribed medications for getting good sleep.
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Answered: Thu, 6 Sep 2012
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