Body Shivering After Eating Spicy Food?
Hello, this way. I like spicy food, now but every time I eat spicy my body gets cold, shivering. Why is that, is it related to stomach, intestines, inflammation, or typhus? Thank you
Hi Novrantiaulia, thanks for your question
Shivering is actually a repeated contraction of the muscles in response to an increase in body temperature. In general, the causes of a person to shiver can be divided into:
chills without fever - usually triggered by cold air blowing around the body
chills with fever - is an inflammatory reaction due to infection of certain microorganisms
Shivering when someone eats spicy food is actually not common and it cannot be concluded that there is a connection with the digestive tract or not. If this condition recurs frequently, lasts a long time, and causes interference with your daily activities, it is better to see a doctor. The doctor will determine the cause of your shivering through an actual illness interview, an in-person physical examination, and additional tests if needed, such as blood tests. After determining the underlying cause, then the doctor will determine the appropriate and appropriate treatment.
To minimize chills, you should:
consumption of nutrient-rich foods, you should not eat foods that are too spicy or acidic
increase water consumption, at least 2-3 liters per day
make sure the air around you is not too cold
get enough rest
if chills are accompanied by fever, then you can take paracetamol (over-the-counter medicine)
So, hopefully it's useful