Cold Sweat After Eating Spicy Accompanied By Body Trembling, Vomiting And Weakness?
I want to ask .. It’s been 2x this every time I finish eating meatballs that have spicy sauce, my stomach immediately hurts and aches, my body is shaky, lots of cold sweat. It’s good to start vomiting until the food in the stomach runs out. After that it’s weak. That’s why y.apkh is dangerous
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The condition you are experiencing is most likely the effect of the spicy food you consume. In this condition, stomach pain is caused by irritation of spicy chili in the stomach, coupled with the release of stomach acid which adds to abdominal pain, especially the area of the solar plexus. This is medically called gastritis or inflammation of the stomach.
Abdominal pain due to gastritis also causes other side symptoms such as weakness, sweating, headache, and feeling dizzy.
Other possibilities that can cause stomach pain are:
Food contamination by germs that infect the digestive tract
Inflammation of bile
Inflammation of the liver
The feeling of weakness and cold sweat can also be caused by the following conditions:
Lack of blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia)
Lack of fluid intake (dehydration)
Lack of sleep
To be sure, you should be checked further by a general practitioner. If necessary, the doctor will conduct a supporting examination on you such as blood or stool examination. If the cause of your stomach pain is due to spicy irritation and stomach acid, your doctor may give you medicine to reduce stomach acid production, drugs to coat the stomach, or to neutralize stomach acid.
As for what you should do:
Avoid foods that are too spicy or sour
Wash your hands before consuming food
Make sure the cutlery that is used is clean
Eat slowly, avoid eating too fast and in large quantities at the same time to prevent nausea and optimize digestion and food absorption
Avoid sleeping less than 3 hours after eating to prevent the return of stomach acid to the esophagus (GERD)
That's all the explanation from me, hopefully it helps and useful :)