Causes Of Coma In People With Hypertension?
I want to ask my mother, my mother has high blood pressure to a coma, the temperature is very hot, but how come it’s shivering ???
Hello Diah, Thank you for the question.
Do you know the cause of your mother's coma? Coma is a medical term that describes a person's unconsciousness. This condition can be caused by several conditions such as:
infection of the brain (encephalitis)
impaired kidney function
Has your mother previously suffered from high blood pressure / hypertension? High blood pressure can be the cause or result of the condition he is currently experiencing. High blood pressure can lead to stroke and cause decreased consciousness in your mother. An increase in pressure in the brain can also affect a person's blood pressure.
A body temperature that reaches more than 37.5 degrees Celsius is said to have a fever. Chills can occur in someone who has a fever. The human body has a regulatory mechanism related to body temperature. When a person has a fever, the core temperature increases, which causes the body temperature to be relatively cooler than this core temperature. The body will adapt to this new core temperature by increasing the temperature by contracting and relaxing the body's muscles (shivering).
Please consult your mother's condition with the doctor who treats your mother at this time to find out more about your mother's medical condition. Also discuss with the doctor who treats your mother about current treatment and subsequent treatment.
Hope this information is helpful.