I've been experiencing some weird pressure/feelings on the right side of my head every single day for the past month or so. I've been taking an advil a day that usually helps with it temporarily.
To best describe it, I can feel like there's something there. It's not painful, per se...it's just a strange sensation. Imagine for a second that you wet a spot of your head and the cold air is hitting it. That's the sensation I feel right now.
I went to a doctor recently and I let her know I suffer from anxiety attacks and I'm stressed out all the time, except for when I'm asleep. She put me on an anti-depressant and did labs on me. Labs came back fine with the exception of a vitamin D insufficiency, which I am now caring for.
Some additional details I should note are that I have been wearing the wrong eye glass prescription for over a year now because I haven't gone to my checkup. So I am forcing my vision. Another detail is that around 2012 I developed this habit of pushing my tongue against my bottom front teeth that I can't seem to stop. I've noticed this has caused the teeth in the back to shift and I bite the sides of my mouth more often.
Do you think the tongue thrusting (for 5 years now) and the outdated glasses are what's causing this?
I find it troubling that it is only the right side of my head and it's happening every day lately. I am strongly considering going to a doctor for a catscan, but wanted to see what your thoughts are as well. Thank you1