Causes Of Dizziness And Body Weakness?
Hello. I am annisa from Kebumen, Central Java. lately I am often dizzy and body weak. appetite is also reduced. last night I went to the pharmacy to buy medicine as well as a blood pressure check. My blood pressure is 126/94. Words that check blood pressure that much are high enough for the age of 15 years. r nwhat should be done / what is the treatment for high blood pressure? thank you. r nwassalamualaikum wr.wb
Hello Annisa, Thank you for the question.
Normal blood pressure is below or equal to 120/80 mmHg. These two numbers represent the systolic pressure (the pressure when the watch contracts to pump blood), which is the number on the left, and the diastolic pressure (the pressure when the heart is resting not pumping the heart), which is the number on the right. A person's blood pressure is influenced by several factors such as age, activity, stress levels, health conditions, and others. To state that someone has high blood pressure cannot be based on just one measurement like you do. To make sure someone has high blood pressure, blood measurements should be taken at different times and should be taken at rest to ensure that these measurements are not caused by other factors. Thus, if your blood pressure measurement has only been taken once, it cannot be said that your blood pressure is high.
Dizziness is a term used to describe complaints of spinning, the sensation of fainting, or the sensation of losing your balance. The following are some of the causes of dizziness: benign paroxysmal vertigo, Meniere's disease, vestibular neuronitis, anemia, dehydration, low sugar levels, low blood pressure, side effects of drugs, etc. These complaints can be accompanied by complaints of headache, fever, weakness, vomiting, visual disturbances, seizures, shortness of breath, fainting, and others. Complaints of weakness can be related to the dizziness that you are experiencing but can also be caused by other causes. Body weakness can be caused by real weakness (due to physical conditions) or real weakness (due to psychological disorders). The causes of real weakness are dehydration, flu, malnutrition, anemia, hypothyroidism; while the causes of real weakness are stress, depression, anxiety.
If this complaint has been going on for some time and bothers you, please go back to see your doctor. The doctor will ask you about your complaints and examine you. The doctor will also perform additional examinations such as blood tests. The doctor will determine the next treatment depending on the medical condition you are experiencing.
Please do the following suggestions:
improve your diet, consume more nutritious foods
consume more water
get enough rest, avoid excessive physical activity
manage psychological stress well
Hope this helps.
avoid smoking and alcoholic beverages