Headaches and sweating are two common symptoms found in a variety of medical disorders and conditions. Treatments for headaches and sweating may be short-term or long-term, depending on the patient diagnosis. Some of these diagnosed medical conditions include generalized anxiety disorder, motion sickness, malaria, brucellosis and food additives allergy.
Generalized anxiety disorder is accompanied by symptoms including sweating, difficulty swallowing and headaches. Generalized anxiety treatment may include behavior modification therapy and medications.
Motion sickness occurs when individuals experience symptoms such as headaches, cold sweats and dizziness while in motion. Forms of motion include traveling by train or airplane. Treatments may include medications and breathing techniques.
Malaria is a serious medical disease caused by a parasite found in specific mosquitoes. Symptoms may include headaches and sweating. Patients should be treated with antimalarial drugs during early signs of the disease.
Brucellosis is a disease caused by brucella bacteria. Symptoms may include sweating, fatigue and headaches. Treatments may include antibiotics such as doxycycline and rifampin.
Food Additives Allergy
Food additives may cause symptoms such as sweating, headaches and a rapid pulse. These additives may include sulfites (found in hot dogs) or aspartame (found in sugar-free products). Treatments may include adrenaline injections.