Making my stance clear, I have not suffered much health-related pain in my life, yet. The major and difficult chunk is yet to come(read old age-related health issues).
Still, from my amateur experience, I feel that headache is so dangerous and unsettling. It doesn’t let us sleep, eat, talk, or do any other thing properly.
Since my childhood, I have had very fewer interactions with a headache and when my father used to have a headache, I used to think, headaches are not that bad to not eat dinner or talk with anyone and go to bed early and feeling this crazy level of uneasiness.
Now, for me, the jolts of headaches are kind of regular and those times are unnerving. Nothing seems to make sense except getting rid of this pain in my head which is far more than all the pain in the ass wrt people and work.
Growing up makes us realize some things, either for better or for worse. A headache is definitely for the worse.
Sleep was something which always worked for me in almost every situation. Fight with someone, sleep on it. Mood off, sleep on it. Having problems understanding things, sleep on it. But with a headache, sleep doesn’t come so easily and so I have started relying on vomiting.
It’s not something that I can control but mostly it is because of internal chaos and the best way I have found is to get it out and then headache seems to pass by slowly and sleep starts coming my way.
Was this a rant? No!
Was this an informative blog? Definitely, no! Have I ever written anything informative? 😂
Was this just to eat up your time and make myself feel superior? C’mon! Now, don’t make me spill the truth 😋
P.S.: I watched a movie named Road to Sangam and it was good. It’s about how people from different religions (Hindu and Muslim) come together following the path of non-violence set by Mahatma Gandhi. This blog’s song is Girls like You by Maroon 5 ft. Cardi B. As always, new motivational videos coming on my YouTube channel, Darshith Badiyani 😉 And, I am reading How to win friends and influence people by Dale Carnegie. It is brilliant and better things related to the book are coming soon via blogs and vlogs. Also, credits to http://www.menshealth.com for the featured image.