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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Headache.

Hey guys. I really, really hate being whiny like this. I didn't choose to participate in BEDA just so I could beg other people to share the burden, or so I'd have a platform from which to waaah every evening.

I've been getting headaches all year, but they became spectacularly worse this week. I contemplated not posting anything tonight, because since about 8:30 (it's 11:30 now), I've felt like there's a tight, heavy band around my skull. I've had pills, two cups of caffeinated tea, and one hopeless little aroma therapy candle burning from my desk, just to ease my mother's conscience, since we have no idea how to make the aching stop. I still feel tired, despite the energy-boosting drugs and pint of liquid in my stomach, but every time I close my eyes, I just lose my ability to distract myself from the pain. It doesn't make any sense. I eat so well. I exercise a lot, but not to the point of exhaustion or anything. I drink more water than anyone I know, and I get eight hours of sleep every night, and the headaches occur whether or not I've looked at a computer all day. My experience at the eye doctor's, while slightly traumatic (I reluctantly allowed her to give me eye drops, which I'd never had before, but couldn't turn off my spastic flinching long enough for them to complete all the tests... they probably went back in their break room and told everybody they had a psychopath patient), was altogether pointless. As I suspected, my vision is darn near perfect. Too bad I'd rather wear a monocle than feel like my head is being perpetually squeezed between Hagrid's hands.

I'm going to the regular doctor on Thursday. I don't care if he prescribes for me to daily inject my own brain with nuclear waste-- that'd be a cake walk compared to enduring head pressure like this back at school, without even my mom's adorable-but-worthless "Autumn Wreath" candle to provide comic relief.

Sorry to be a Debby Downer. It's been a fun month, and the readers and commenters of this blog have been like a cheerful song-and-dance number at the end of a crappy TV show. Thanks for sticking with me, even when all I do is complain.

And on that note, I have to go place a pillow over my head and let out a string of excruciated whimpers until sunrise. See you soon. <3

104 comments:

JoyfulGirl42 said...

Hayley you might want to try the going to the dentist sometimes teeth problems lead to headaches. You might be clenching your jaws at night. Whatever it is I hope you feel better soon

Krazy_4_Kelly said...

I really hope you start to feel better, Hayley. It's been a great month and hopefully you keep blogging frequently. Please keep us updated on how the doctor visit goes. :)

Madeleine said...

Someone has probably suggested this before, but are you susceptible to migraines? It sounds like this is more serious than your average, run-of-the-mill headache.

Feel better, Hayley! I've really enjoyed reading your blog all month! I just wrote my last BEDA post and I'm feeling kind of sad about it, but I'll look forward to reading whatever you post from here until the next BEDA =]

Paige said...

I hope you feel better really fast and don't have to endure any more pain than you have to! I would try to give you some good advice on how to make it stop, but thankfully I have not had to go through headaches that bad. Tylenol never works anyways, so I hope you can make it go away asap; if I was a witch I could take out my wand and work some magic, but sadly I cannot *wishes that hogwarts was real*.... Get well soon!

Anonymous said...

Sorry about your headaches. I had constant headaches pretty much every day for like two years straight and I finally went to a neurologist who prescribed me medication which, yeah, I didn't have headaches with it but I didn't feel great about the meds. I went to the chiropractor, though, who told me to count the days after i had been there until my next headache and it was an amazing like 24 days and i am supposed to go every month but I moved away from the one I used to go to so I have to find a new one.

Maybe that would help? I'm not sure but I thought that you recently started running a lot during this past school year and maybe it's affected your skeleton!

Alessandra said...

Feel better soon, Hayley :) I think you need to get some better staff for your brain, perhaps some who aren't so headache-happy.

DaisyJo said...

Hayley, darlin', one more week, then please look into some other options. Maybe another Dr. People are treated for migraines all the time, and I hate to think that there might be an easy solution to your problem. (ps my momma and I quite enjoyed your video today, we loved your perspective on your brain, I just hope that Jeannine stops pushing your buttons.)

Anonymous said...

Headaches are the worst. My sister used to suffer from chronic migraines and had to keep a pain journel. Hopefully they figure out what's wrong and either can prescribe drugs or are able to fix it with a simple remedy.

I just remember that I would wake up to see my sister with a baby blanket wrapped around her eyes and ears to block out extra stimulus which seemed to help ease the pain a bit. Possibly excedrin migraine will help if you're just taking average tylenol, or the super strength tylenol.

Sorry I can't offer any more help but I really do hope you can get this figured out. That kind of pain is the worst :-/

Michael said...

I really hope you feel better soon. Hopefully you'll find a solution soon to get some relief.

Christina said...

I really hope you feel better soon Hayley.

Sarah said...

As JoyfulGirl42 said, you should also try the dentist. I know it sounds odd but tooth paid really can manifest in some odd ways, including migraines/headaches. A good friend of mine had no tooth pain but massive headaches on a regular basis, and a trip of the dentist fixed it.

Another friend had a rotten tooth on her bottom left side, but the pain was upper right. The body is weird. I hope the doctor can shed some light on it though. It is miserable to be in pain.

Good luck!

Sarah said...

p.s I know it isn't august anymore, but do try to keep us updated (here or on twitter) about your health just so we know if you're okay with the headaches. Us crazy blog readers do worry and think about you.

Kaitlin said...

I had a lot of head pressure/aches last year... it ended up being from allergies. It was terrible. I definitely know what you're going through and hope you feel better!

Tom said...

*sings; dances* Sorry bout your head. That sucks. Whenever I feel great physical pain, I always tell myself that I'd take any amount of emotional pain over thisssOWWWWWWW. But then I tell myself the opposite after I've spent a few hours wallowing in existential angst. ...Really, happiness and physical comfort would be ideal. That'd be sweet.
^This really gets right to the heart of the proverbial "problem of evil," as they call it, the lack of any definitive answer to which makes me sad.
...
GOOD JOB THIS MONTH! Your blag is good hearty fun to read and I'm glad you enjoy this symbiotic relationship you have with We the nameless, formless, weightless, blameless chorus whose collective comments evidently brighten your day.

Jessica said...

Hayley, I alsolutely loved reading your blogs everyday this month. I would liketo say that caffine is probably among the last things you should be having with a headache. Something that makes you drowsy would be more likely to help. Anyways, I'll be praying that this is nothing serious and you get better soon.

Jessica said...

P.s. Does it go away when you travel? It could be something around you. Also I hope you update your readers on this now that we're all conserned about you.

Katie said...

This makes me so sad. :( I hope the doctor gives you something to help the pain, but more importantly, I hope you figure out the cause behind it so you can fix it permanently! Good luck and Godspeed, Hayley Hoovenobi. Okay, that was a lame attempt at Obewan Kenobi-izing your name but it doesn't really work for you. My bad.

Prayers & well wishes go out to you (and to your family and The Sitch for having to see you in pain) from me. Did me referring to Mike as "The Sitch" bring you back to the days of Kim Possible on Disney? I hope so. Maybe some reminiscing on the days of yore and Lizzie McGuire and better yet--Boy Meets World- will cheer you up and/or distract you some. :)

Good luck, little one! <3

Stefan said...

feel better. these one way relationships are weird but I'll miss hearing from you daily. Whining gets old but never when it's about real stuff.

Lindy said...

Aw, Hayley, I hope you feel better soon!! That sounds awful. :(

I'm sad BEDA is over -- I loved reading every single one of your blogs.

I hope you'll still blog pretty frequently, though, even though it's September now. :)

Katie said...

Well if you drink that much water then your obviously not dehydration. Now I'm super freaked out that it will end up being like a brain tumor even though it's probably not. Oh god i just keep thinking abut it now. I will certainly miss BEDA even though I came in at the tail end. Every time you post a new blog I will just have to do a happy dance

Jordiekins said...

I really hope you get better. As of late, I've had severe headaches, as well. Unfortunately, the only way for me to cure this is to get four teeth YANKED out of my mouth. My wisdom teeth are growing in wrong, so I have to get them take out soon.

Take care, and again, I hope you feel better!

Jordan

Katie said...

ps. your obviously not dehydration???? wow grammer is way off there I meant to say dehydrated

thatothergrace said...

you might have a sinous infection. Almost all of last school year I cept getting really bad headaches that made me not want to concentrate, so I spent alot of days home sick from school with my head pounding. and my teeth hurting. When I finaly went to the doctor it turned out I had a sinus infection he proscribed me some antibiotics or something and in a week I was as good as new.

Sarah said...

It was so awesome seeing a blog post from you every day in August, whether or not it was you being happy or you being angsty. To be honest I'd never read a blog that always had a completely chipper blogger as its author!

I hope you feel better! Seriously, I do. It sucks to have to go through headaches every single day.

Holly said...

I knew a girl who had never ending migraines, and the doctors scanned her and everything then decided it must be stress. Which fits pretty well considering her parents were pressuring her to get into an overseas law University.
Maybe you're really stressed cause of the Jess-is-leaving thing?
I hope you feel better soon!

Emily said...

Aw, Hayley! :[ I really hope you feel better soon! I'm praying for you.

Also, please let your mother know that she is adorable and I loved her post for you yesterday! <3

sheepishlyliz said...

hey hayley,
my mum gets headaches quite a lot, and she also got super tired... turned out she had a thyroid problem, which was easily sorted out with tablets. Maybe ask your doctor if that's a possibility!
love your blog :)

kmyhatisgone said...

Gosh, your situation sounds painful. I hope the doctor works out what is causing the headaches, asap! Anyway, loved reading your blog for the past month, will miss the regular updates.

Celeste said...

I really know how you feel with the constant headaches. I've had an ongoing one since November last year and I know how upsetting and debilitating it can be to suffer through them.It's strange actually, because mine have been getting worse over the past few weeks as well.
Mine are apaprently from my neck/shoulders and have had to go to the chiro/physio/do pilates weekly for the last few months. And I have to say, I really don't know if any of it has helped. I think after a while, even though you still have them, you tend not to notice them as much (until they get worse, like this week). I've also taken heaps of different pain killers (including valium!) but to no avail.

I really hope that yours get better soon and that the "normal" doctor can help you! I know how frustrating it can be to not be able to do anything about the pain, so I really hope that you find away to stop, or at least lessen the intensity of the headaches!

Aly said...

Could they possibly be allergies? I used to get terrible head aches before I found out I was allergic to dust and pollen.
That is all I can think of, but I hope you feel better!
Keep us updated :)

Beth said...

Below your blog post there was an advert for a new migrane releving drug.... Freaky.
Anyway, I really hope you feel better soon and your videos are just fantastic!

to_thine_own_self said...

Aww, I'm sorry you're not feeling well, Hayley.
I hope you get better soon...I really do.
And, yes, keep us updated on what the doctor says.

<333

Marie said...

I hope the headaches go away soon. For most of my life, I'd gotten headaches every single day (though not as bad as your headaches), and only recently have they stopped. Mine are from a combination of dehydration and stress- worst headaches always during the school year or when I'm going through a particularly difficult time.

Anyways, I loved reading your blog through BEDA and you're an awesome person who has a right to complain whenever the hell you feel like it. I've been reading your blog since it started and never once was I not excited to see what you had to say.

Rosanna said...

I've enjoyed your blog so much this month and will miss it a lot!
And I used to have terrible migrane headaches, complete with nausea and throwing up and neither the eye docter or the regular docter could help me. Thankfully it disappeared on it's own though I still get an occasional headache, hope you are better very soon! xxxx

Anonymous said...

Could your headaches be to do with stress? I have a lot of anxiety issues, most of which manifest themselves in awful headaches. If you've had any illnesses due to anxiety or whatever before then it's probably that. I can't think of anything else, sorry.

I don't really comment often, 'cause I always feel as though I sound really stupid but I just wanted to say that I have really, really enjoyed reading your blogs this month. I wish I could make my writing as good as yours.

89ravenclaw said...

Hope everything turns out okay with the headaches and the doctor.

holly said...

i'm really sorry to bring this up, because it's a horrible idea, but you're symptoms remind me a lot of when one of my close friends got a brain tumour.
i pray to god thats not the case, but it's definitely a good idea to get checked up at the doctors! best of luck xxx

Foxy Roxy said...

Could be stress related. Long distance, school, and friends moving can all pile on stress. Hope you feel better Hayley! Give us an update when you can. Your blog readers will be worried about you :)

Callidora said...

I hope the doctor can help relieve your headaches, Hayley.

seurat2 said...

I'm really sorry to hear the headaches are continuing, and don't have any miracle cures to offer. I occasionally get something like this when the barometric pressure is out of whack, but it would never last as long as yours. Just keep trying to soothe yourself in any way you can and know we're thinging of you.

Jen said...

I do hope you get relief soon. To add to the numerous comments, if you do not have luck at the doctor...I want to suggest food allergies.

At age 19, my friend began having headaches which turned into migraines. She spent 20 YEARS trying to find an answer (and became addicted to pain killers in the process). FINALLY, a few years she saw someone about food allergies and discovered she was allergic to things like asparagus and peppers. After 20 years of severe pain and addiction, just cutting out a few foods saved her life.

I would hope your situation is much less dramatic, but I'm putting it out there and will say a prayer for you!

Cat (: said...

feeeel better hayley, we all love you so much and it sucks to see you in pain :(

Nour said...

I get really bad headaches too. Maybe you can get someone to massage your head? That helps me. My mom usually takes some rubbing alcohol and pours someone on my head then massages my temples and right behind your ear (the soft spot behind the bone, farther away from the ear).
It sounds weird, but it really helps.
Make sure you drinking enough water too.
Feel better!

Alex Cee said...

I'm glad you're finally going to the doctor. I got really bad headaches my freshman year of high school and went to the doctor. I'm glad I did because I found out a lot was wrong with me. It led me to having my thyroid removed two years later.

I hope your diagnosis isn't as serious (:

Kai said...

Good luck at the doctor! I hope everything turns out good :)
Just wanted to say thanks for taking part in BEDA, I really enjoyed it, reading your blog was one of the best parts of my days!

Larangutang said...

Hope you figure everything out with your headaches, they're the worst. Can't wait to hear more of you in the coming months. BEDA was amazing this year, even though Maureen didn't do it.

Larangutang said...

Hope you figure everything out with your headaches, they're the worst. Can't wait to hear more of you in the coming months. BEDA was amazing this year, even though Maureen didn't do it.

Hope said...

Aw, poor Hayley! I hope your doctor finds what's wrong - and fixes it! Headaches are miserable :(

Courtney said...

Your headaches sound similar to the ones my friend was having last year. After several useless doctor's visits, they finally sent her to the neurologist, and they found out she had a pseudo-tumor in her brain that was causing her headaches. Maybe you should try the neurologist?

Katie said...

not to be annoying or act like i am curing cancer, but i was reading the nyt online today and i saw this and thought of you. maybe it will help. an interesting article if anything? hope you feel better!

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/08/30/returning-to-classrooms-and-to-severe-headaches/

katie said...

oh god, i'm sorry, i didn't mean to reference the comment above mine at all! i didn't read that first. i'm very sorry.

kira902k said...

Ah, it's so painful for me to read this. I hope everything works out. :S <3 <3

Anonymous said...

God bless you Hayley. I hope your doctors appointment went well today.

mmomechanicallyinclined said...

Please feel better soon Hayley! I hope you can get to the bottom of this headache conundrum as soon as possible!

Anonymous said...

I'm MAD that BEDA is over, it's gonna be just like it was before it started when she blogged like...what, twice a month?

I know she says she cares but it doesn't look like she does. If she does care she should tell us to stop looking for updates so often.

Beth said...

Hey Hayley,

I used to get headaches all the time and caffiene and medicine never helped...until I figured out they were sinus headaches. For me the occur when there's a change in the weather, when it's going to rain, when pollen counts are high, etc.

What has helped me is using a neti pot, which is essentially a saltwater rinse that goes through your nose. It sounds horrific but I swear it's not that bad! Also "sinus congestion and pain" meds help more for me than regular headache medicines.

TheElephant said...

I've been following your blog for a year but this is the first time I've had the guts to comment! This is embaressing but a small dream of mine is that you'd check out my writing and think it's any good. I just started blogging today and am still getting the hang of things though. You are my idol - I mean that seriously. I'm 12 years old and just like you ever since I was little I've wanted to be a professional author! I just want to say thanks for inspiring me.

Casey said...

Those are the kind of headaches I get. It sounds like they're tension headaches. I'm not an expect, but I have had my fair share of headaches. Maybe a heating pad? The relax the muscles.

Melissa said...

If you haven't done this already I'd highly suggest you go see a chiropractor about your headaches. It's what I did after a few years of constant headaches. I assumed that my headaches were from poor eyesight and overuse of the computer, but it turned out that my neck was the reason for all my headaches. (The bone in my neck doesn't have a gradual curve like it's supposed to, so, this caused constant pressure on my head, which caused my headaches.)
I can't say that the root of your headaches are caused by your neck, like mine, but it's a possibility.
I hope I was able to help you. :)

TonksftMemories said...

I hope you feel better soon Hayley. Please update (twitter/blog) otherwise I'll assume that your head is still inescapably and infuriatingly pounding.

Kat said...

So, I reread Kavalier & Clay last week. Have you read it? You should read it.

And I just wanted to say that I love that book and Michael Chabon goes way overboard with commas, so... I guess you can also do whatever the hell you want with your punctuation.

Damn this sounds obnoxious and condescending. I promise it's not supposed to, haha.

Anonymous said...

Hey Hayley,
This isn't really related to your post...but I was wondering if you could maybe give some tips on applying to college and maybe share your experience. I have no idea what to write my essay on.
Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Please Blogggggg

Susie said...

i hope you're feeling better! I absolutely love your blog and your youtube. I think you're so funny and sweet and I hope that your doing well (:

Courtney said...

Hey Hayley! I don't usually comment on your blog, but I really do enjoy reading it. I am quite the lurker. xD I hope you feel better!

Kaz said...

I really hope your headaches get better soon. I know how much they can impede on even everyday things.

Take care.

gabdc said...

Get better, Hayley! I miss your blogs. I think I'm going through Hayley Hoover withdrawal because I dreamed last night that I made pasta for you and The Situation at his house and the only vegetable he had in his kitchen was broccoli.

Jenni said...

Anyone else getting worried that she's not posting D:
Hope you're ok, Hayley!

Anonymous said...

Hayley-

Happy (early) birthday! It's not quite midnight here (it's actually in over two hours), but I always hit the sack early. That's why during your BEDA I would always wake up and first thing in the morning check your blog instead of staying up late... although it is incredibly tempting (I have done it before- your blog is so good I crave it at night sometimes!)
Love you and keep blogging. A birthday blog would be nice :-)

Sammie said...

Happpppy Birthday Hayley!! :)

Lewis H said...

I hope you have a truly fantastic birthday, Hayley! You certainly deserve it. Your blog is my favourite by far; thank you for making me laugh, making me think and, ultimately, entertaining me and brightening my day. You're amazing :)Happy Birthday

Hope said...

Happy birthday Hayley! I hope you're having a wonderful day :)

Dani said...

Happy Birthday! I hope your day is Amazingggg!!!!

Anonymous said...

hayley, i feel like you only blog on BEDAs a lot!

i still love your blogs though and i look forward to them :D

Penina said...

Heeeeeey Hayley, happy birthday!
hope you have an amazing day and an amazing year if love, cookies, happiness and awesome and all your heart desires.
stay awesome.

Anonymous said...

HAYLEY. GO TO THE DOCTOR AND GET AN X-RAY. I know someone who had the same problem and they found out the problem was caused by their head was off balance with their back. It's a simple thing to fix, you just need to go to the chiropractor every once and awhile to get it fixed. She had the problem for over a year, and said it was instant relief.

aadams said...

My cousin had really bad headaches as well, and they found out it was a sinus problem, and that basically (although really gross) her snot was going up and causing her headaches. She takes those nose spray inhaler thingys and now she's fine. Worth a shot?

Kenzly said...

Hayley, where are you?? :(

Sabrina said...

Happy Belated Birthday Hayley!!!

Anonymous said...

Hayley. Please blog. A paragraph. A sentence. A word. Another MySpace survey, even. I miss you :(

precious gems said...

Not related to your post and you must get a lot of these sorts of things, but I've read your blog for ages and you have finally inspired me to start my own! Feel under no obligation to read it, but I have given you a shout out! :)

Karen said...

Any day now Hayley is going to blog...any day *repeatedly continues to refresh the page*

jennifer said...

Hayley Gangster Hoover... This morning, at my church, there was a really great video over the history of the church (which spans 135 years) that had the nationalistic feeling of those new Jeep commercials. There was old audio clips... pictures of the elderly in the church when they were babies... it was a pretty cool thing. However, the only thing that I could think about was "THAT'S THE PIANO (iMovie) MUSIC THEME THAT HAYLEY HOOVER USES!!!"

Anonymous said...

One word: Chiropractor..

Eff said...

HAYLEY! Aley, aley, ly... (yeah, that's echoing)
This blog is as empty as a kinder egg without the surprise.

Jenny said...

Hayley! Please blog before November, or NaNoWriMo will stop you from bloggiing and we won't hear from you until DECEMBER. And that would make three months without a HayleyGHoover post.

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