Burping, Dizziness, Abdominal Pain Accompanied By Tingling?
hello I want to ask why if the tingling is catching a cold 🙁 I often get really tingling if I have a tingling sensation suddenly stomach + symptoms of colds (burping, dizziness, abdominal pain, etc.) usually when falling asleep on a table in the classroom or when sitting on the floor ( I also can’t sit on the floor for a long time, because the pins and needles are a bit disconnected, but every sitting position is already awkward / tingling so it’s not like that, it doesn’t take long for the tingling normally if the pins and needles are gone, thank you
Hello Inta, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Colds basically do not exist in the medical world, but it has become a general term that exists in society when there is felt discomfort in the body as you mentioned above. The cause of these complaints can not be determined with certainty and can be a symptom of several possible diseases such as influenza, other viral infections, stomach acid disease, dyspepsia syndrome and several other causes. Therefore, complaints such as this itself require further physical examination by a doctor to find out the cause clearly and may also require supporting examinations such as blood tests, X-rays, abdominal ultrasound and others depending on the doctor's consideration.
The causes of tingling itself can also be very diverse such as lack of certain nutrients (such as lack of vitamin B), diabetes, pinched nerves, electrolyte disorders of the body, lack of body sugar (hypoglycemia) and several other causes. Therefore, like your other complaints, your tingling complaints also require further examination by a doctor to determine what causes it and whether it relates to other complaints that you feel, whether one of these symptoms triggers another complaint or not.
After the doctor performs various tests that are deemed necessary, then the doctor will determine what your disease is after seeing the various results of the examination, and also determine what treatment is needed by you to overcome the disease.
For the time being, try doing the following things to help ease your complaint such as:
Avoid doing things that might trigger your complaints. Eating foods that are nutritionally balanced and in sufficient quantities. Increase consumption of vegetables and fruits. Avoid eating late. Determine your eating schedule every day at approximately the same time every day. Avoiding acidic or spicy foods or drinks, containing coffee, alcohol, or carbonated drinks Avoiding stress Get enough rest every day Consuming as much as 8 glasses of drinking water a minimum of daily Exercise regularly and routinely Maintain body weight to be always ideal Avoiding exposure to rain especially when the condition of the body and the weather is not good Hope it helps.