Characteristics Of “what Disease?
I want to ask, nBefore my eyes are like blue “I see, the same now my head often feels sore “, I get dizzy easily, I always burp, even though I don’t drink, the hiccups keep going on “that way, I often have a runny nose. I see, and in the chest area (lungs “) it sometimes hurts. What’s the sign? nThank you.
Thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
You need to know that the complaints you experience are very diverse and do not specifically refer to one particular disease. Possibly, there are many factors that can trigger these complaints, the following include:
Causes of blueness under the eyes: hereditary telangiectasia, lack of sleep, skin thinning due to irritation, excessive crying, allergies Causes of headaches, dizziness: lack of sleep, migraines, anemia, vertigo, hypoglycemia, hypotension, cluster headaches, hypertension, brain tumors , viral or bacterial infections Frequent causes of belching and hiccups: gastritis, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), consuming too much food or gas, nervous disorders, psychological stress, colitis, drug side effects Causes of nasal congestion: allergies, viral infections, infections bacteria, nasal polyps, sinusitis, deviation of the nasal septum, nasopharyngeal cancer, foreign body entry Causes of chest pain: myalgia, pleurisy, gastritis, GERD, pneumonia, heart attack, bronchitis, psychosomatic disorders, etc. Given the many possible conditions behind the complaint -Your complaint, we really urge you to have your condition checked directly to the doctor. Yes. Checkup ng comprehensive, starting from physical examinations, or supporting tests, such as laboratory tests, ultrasound, x-rays, CT scans, heart records, etc., doctors can do so that treatment can be done appropriately according to the cause of your complaint.
At this point, try the following efforts first:
Sleep more regularly, keep your head elevated while sleeping Compress the underneath of the eyes with ice, cucumber, or a cooled spoon. Limit excessive use of cosmetics around the eyes Manage your stress wisely Eat regularly, reduce foods and drinks that produce a lot of gas in the digestive tract Drink enough Avoid substances that are prone to triggering your allergies Do not stay too often in an air-conditioned, dusty, and polluted environment Compress a sore chest with warm water. Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah