Cold Sweat Accompanied By Trembling, Nausea And Heat In The Upper Abdomen?
Last night I broke out in a cold sweat that wasn’t too bad … and it was shaking too … plus I felt nauseous and my upper abdomen was hot … why is this … I’m 15 years old?
Cold sweat occurs when there is no increase in ambient temperature and body temperature. The reasons are varied, for example:
Along with the fever down, sometimes accompanied by cold sweat. The sweat is the body's effort to dissipate heat. Changes in emotions, such as fear, shame, sadness. As a result of pain or nausea. In your case, it may be cold sweat due to symptoms of nausea and discomfort in the stomach. Nausea and heat in the upper abdomen, often due to stomach disorders. Acute or chronic gastritis is the most frequent condition which is a stomach disorder. There is irritation in the stomach wall, causing inflammation or injury. Symptoms include bloating, nausea, vomiting, upper abdominal pain or heat, back pain, diarrhea, and no appetite. When these symptoms occur, they are often accompanied by cold sweat.
Consult a doctor directly. The doctor will do a physical examination and determine the cause. If there really is a stomach problem, the doctor will give you the right medicine.
That is my explanation. May be useful. Regards.