Always Tired When You Don’t Do Anything?
Hello, I want to ask. 7 months ago I was diagnosed with ARI and I also had an asthma lineage, so when I got ARI I became asthma. After being cured I finally recovered. But at the end of February I had a fever within a few days and when I was given a doctor the medicine finally recovered. But when the medicine was finished, I immediately had a high fever the next day, up to several days. And when I went to the doctor to give medicine, the fever went down but I was still very dizzy and had difficulty walking. Finally I decided to go to the hospital to check blood because the doctor said at the hospital that I was afraid of DHF / Typhus. But the results are all negative. And my doctor said only ISPA. But since the last pain my body became weird. I get tired easily and often weak, I also sleep very much. Even though I didn’t do anything heavy, I became weak. I also have no appetite, I eat only 1 time a day, and even then I find it hard to spend because I feel nauseated and easily full and lose weight 8kg. And when I wake up from sleep usually my eyes become fresh, but now it’s actually very difficult to open and it seems like I’m too tired even though I don’t do anything. So why me? Am I still recovering? But it’s been more than 3 weeks
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
Have you ever experienced complaints of always feeling tired like this before? Feeling tired quickly can be caused by several possibilities, including: lack of food intake, excessive activity, lack of exercise, lack of rest, infectious diseases, anemia (lack of red blood cells), hormonal disorders, and hypotension (low blood pressure). We recommend that you check yourself back in to the doctor so that evaluation and treatment can be carried out in accordance with the underlying cause.
At home, you are advised to increase consumption of balanced nutritious foods. It is recommended to eat regularly. In addition, you should drink at least 8 glasses of water a day and do physical exercise / exercise regularly, for 30-45 minutes per session, 3-5 times a week. If these steps don't fix the complaint, don't hesitate to consult a doctor. The doctor may also do additional tests, such as blood tests.
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