Causes Body Rheumatic Pain, Chills And Neck Pain?
Hello, sorry to bother. I want to ask, my husband often experience body aches, chills, neck pain .. Why is that? Every time you check it says heartburn .. Thank you🙏😊
Thank you for the question.
A body that feels aching, chills, and pain in the neck can refer to the following conditions:
Pharyngitis (inflammation of the throat)
Viral or bacterial infections, for example acute respiratory infections, dengue fever, chikungunya, Lyme disease, meningitis
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (backflow of stomach acid to the esophagus)
Rheumatoid arthritis (arthritis due to autoimmune disorders)
Others, such as gastritis (often called heartburn, gastroenteritis), neck nerve nerves, head or neck injuries, hypertension, metabolic syndrome, fibromyalgia, neurotropic nutritional deficiencies, torticollis, psychological disorders, etc.
There are various types of diseases that can underlie the emergence of your complaints. Therefore, to ascertain which exactly triggers your complaint, it is not enough to do just with an online consultation like this. First, check yourself with a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that your condition can be examined more deeply, for example by blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, or other supporting tests. Depending on the cause of the complaint, later your condition can be handled differently.
What needs to be done in the meantime:
Overcome the rheumatic pain, pain, and chills that you feel by taking paracetamol
Get enough rest, at least 6 hours a day
Regular exercise, such as jogging, swimming, cycling
Drink plenty of water
Eat also regularly, a little but often
Don't like to break or ring the neck
Wear clothes that are comfortable and warm
Do not carelessly massage areas of rheumatic pain
Calm your mind, don't worry, fear, or excessive stress
Hope this helps ...