Cold Sweat Accompanied By An Unstable Heartbeat And Difficulty Sleeping At Night?
Good night, I want to ask what symptoms if you experience cold sweat, heart rate is unstable and it is difficult to sleep at night. R nThank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Symptoms of cold sweat, abnormal heart rhythm, and difficulty sleeping, can be caused by various things, and not necessarily also related. For cold sweat, for example. This can be caused by a viral infection, tuberculosis infection, thyroid hormone disorders, and influenza. As for unstable heart rates, or heart rhythm abnormalities (arrhythmias), it can be caused by an imbalance of blood chemicals, side effects of drugs, diabetes, high blood pressure, and many more. Furthermore, for insomnia itself, it must be known, whether it is difficult to sleep because there is a disturbing thing such as pain, or it is not sleepy or because of other things.
If it is related, the case may be that you sweat cold due to certain bacterial or viral infections, then you take certain medications that make you have an unstable heartbeat, and this unstable heartbeat makes you flutter, can't relax, and becomes difficult sleep. There are so many possibilities.
Therefore we think you should check with your doctor first, or go directly to a cardiologist if you feel that your heart complaint is really prominent. You will do a medical history, related physical examination and support such as heart records, x-rays, blood tests, and possibly sputum testing if necessary. The handling that you will receive later will depend on the results of this examination.
Meanwhile, live a healthy lifestyle by staying away from stress, cigarette smoke, regular exercise, adequate rest, eating high nutritious foods such as vegetables and fruit, and do not consume drugs or the like without doctor's advice. So, hopefully answering your question.