weird feeling in back of head

 

If you are one of those people who have a strange feeling behind you and this issue has worried you

If you want to know what causes headaches and a strange tingling sensation in the back of the head

If you are looking for ways to get rid of this unusual feeling in the back, we recommend that you read on.

 

Introduction

What are the causes of the tingling sensation behind?

When should you see a doctor?

 

 

Introduction

Some people say that they have a strange feeling in their back. Sometimes people describe this feeling as a tingling and murmuring sensation. When a person feels a tingling sensation, doctors refer to that person's sensation as paresthesia. Paresthesia is a condition that occurs when nerve fibers are damaged or left under pressure for a long time.

There are people who feel a tingling and murmur sensation in the head area. It is said that these people have head paresthesia. Most of the causes of this sensation are not very dangerous and will not be able to cause permanent damage to nerve fibers. But we must also consider the cases in which the causes may be serious. It is recommended to read more

 

What are the causes of the tingling sensation behind?

Here are some of the causes of tingling and murmurs and strange sensations in the back of the head.

  • The first cause of stress and anxiety:

It must have occurred to you that when you were under a lot of stress and anxiety and stress, you felt a tingling and murmur in the back of your head or in any part of your head. Stress and anxiety stimulate the release of a chemical called norepinephrine. In fact, in the anxious and stressful situations in which the body finds itself, the release of this chemical will increase blood flow to the parts of the body that need more blood supply during anxiety and stress. For example, more blood will reach the brain, which causes the person to describe this feeling as a tingling and murmur in the head. Thus, in other words, increased blood flow to the brain in conditions of stress and anxiety may be perceived and described as a tingling and murmuring sensation in the person.

 

  • The second cause of migraine headaches:

Other common causes that may be accompanied by strange back pain and even a tingling sensation in this area are types of migraine headaches.

In addition to migraine headaches, other types of headaches, including cluster headaches, may be accompanied by tingling and murmurs in the back of the head. In cases where a person suffers from a migraine headache due to a tingling sensation and a strange sensation and pain in the back, he usually experiences a series of migraine symptoms called an aura. It is said that sometimes the tingling and murmur sensation in the head and back of the head can be considered as one of the most common auras of migraine headaches.

 

  • The third cause is sinus problems and upper respiratory tract infections:

Viral colds, flu, and other upper respiratory tract infections can cause a person's sinuses to become irritated, inflamed, infected, and swollen. When the walls of the sinuses in the head and face become inflamed. The lining of these walls becomes larger and more swollen. As the size of these tissues increases, the nerves around this sinus become inflamed, pressurized, and cause back pain and tingling sensation.

 

  • The fourth cause of diabetes:

Diabetes mellitus occurs when a person's body is unable to produce enough insulin or the body's cells are unable to respond properly to the insulin produced and keep blood sugar in balance. In other words, when insulin is insufficient or the body resists insulin, a person's blood sugar rises. And this increased blood sugar causes serious damage to the arteries and nerves and causes a wide range of symptoms. Without treatment, people with diabetes will definitely progress to nerve damage. Neuropathies are very common in people with diabetes. People with diabetes are very prone to damage to nerve fibers outside the skull and spinal cord.

These neuropathies are called peripheral neuropathies. Also, in people with diabetes, the nerve fibers in the head and face may change as a result of diabetes, causing pain and a strange sensation similar to tingling sensation in the head, face and back.

 

  • The fifth cause is drugs and substance use:

It is said that people who take recreational drugs or drinks excessively may experience tingling and murmur-like sensations in the head and face as well as the back of the head. Also, people taking medications prescribed by a doctor, including some chemotherapy drugs and some antiepileptic drugs.

These people can also often experience a strange sensation of headache or murmurs in the head, face and back of the head.

 

  • The sixth cause of inflammation:

It is estimated that about one million people in the United States alone have confirmed inflammatory bowel disease. MS is a progressive condition in which the body's immune system attacks the nerve fibers and central nerves in the spinal cord and brain.

MS can cause nerve damage in all parts of the body. If the injury that results from inflammatory bowel disease affects the nerves of the head, face or back of the head, the person may feel a strange or tingling sensation at the site of the infection.

 

  • The seventh cause of autoimmune problems:

Autoimmune problems are a group of disorders that affect humans. In a healthy person, a healthy and normal immune system acts only against foreign and harmful agents and protects the body against external harmful agents. In a person with an autoimmune disorder, the immune system mistakenly treats a person's normal cells and tissues as foreign and then attacks, destroys, and inflames them. This group of diseases is called autoimmune disorders. People with autoimmune disorders may describe a strange sensation of back pain or a tingling or murmur-like sensation in the head, face, and back of the head.

Some of the types of autoimmune disorders that can be associated with a tingling sensation and strange back pain include:

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Systemic lupus erythematosus
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Guillain-Barré syndrome
  • Sjogren’s syndrome

 

  • The eighth cause of occipital neuralgia:

In the back of the human head or occiput, on each left and right, there are two nerves known as the back nerves.

These nerves come out of the cervical vertebrae and move upwards and to the sides of the head, stopping at the forehead. The function of these nerves is to provide a sense of the area above the head and behind the head and ears. If factors cause any of these nerves to be stimulated. A person may have a sudden sharp pain, or they may have tingling and murmur-like pain in the back of the head and above the head and neck and behind the ears. Occipital neuralgia is a condition in which the stimulation of the above nerve fibers causes a strange sensation of tingling and murmurs.

 

  • The ninth cause of infectious agents:

In rare cases, some types of infections can cause nerve damage in the head and face. Damage to nerve fibers in the upper neck, back of the neck and back of the head and face, and following some infectious agents may cause a person to feel a murmur in these areas. These infections, as we said, can cause inflammation and damage to the nerve fibers behind the face and face. These infectious agents are as follows:

  • Zoster
  • Hepatitis C.
  • HIV
  • Lyme encephalitis disease (encephalitis is usually a viral infection that causes inflammation in the brain)

 

  • Tenth cause of strokes:

When enough blood does not reach a part of the brain to meet the needs of nerve cells in the brain, and this interruption of blood supply continues for some time and oxygen supply is disrupted.

As a result, the nerve tissue of the brain is damaged. Among the symptoms and manifestations of this brain injury, the following can be mentioned:

  • Blurred vision
  • Confusion
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • numbness or tingling in various parts of the body, including the head and back of the head

Finally, we name other causes that can manifest themselves by a strange feeling of pain in the back of the head or a feeling of murmur in the back area.

Apart from the factors mentioned above, there are some less common conditions that may give a person a strange sensation in the back of the head or a sensation like a murmur. Some of these can be completely normal and non-serious, while some of these factors can have the potential for further damage.

Other things that can make a person feel bad about themselves are:

  • Brain tumors
  • Vitamin12 deficiency
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Skin eczema and other skin problems and inflammations
  • Being in the wrong position, which puts a lot of pressure on the head and neck.

 

When should you see a doctor?

In cases where a person has a strange sensation in the back of the head or a murmur-like sensation in the head and back, if this sensation comes and goes away quickly, it is said that it may be associated with acute infectious agents such as the common viral cold or the flu.

Or it may be followed by a prolonged headache. In these cases, this strange feeling may disappear during treatment. So in these cases you cannot see a doctor. But when the strange feeling of pain in the back or murmurs behind the face persists, so that the person's life is disrupted, in these cases, you must consult a doctor.

In addition to this sensation, people who experience other symptoms and manifestations of epilepsy and stroke should call the emergency room immediately. In general, if you are a person who has a headache in the back and this experience is repeated many times, we recommend that you see a doctor.

 

The final word:

In most cases, a tingling sensation in the back of the head will not be a serious symptom and usually resolves spontaneously without the need for treatment. However, some people may present with the underlying cause of serious underlying factors such as brain tumors, strokes, inflammation, and infections.

It is said that anyone who experiences a stressful situation chronically should consult a physician.

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