Cold Sweat, Dizziness, Weakness, Nausea And Frequent Bowel Movements?
Hello. Permission to ask, when after hospitalization due to dbd and typhus has improved and suddenly experienced indigestion and had treatment. But now I feel cold sweat in both hands, dizzy, and a little nausea, fatigue, and frequent bowel movements. I wonder why and what is the solution ?. Thank you
Hello Bro. Aldi, thank you for consulting us at HealthReplies.com. We will try to explain related symptoms that you experience.
Cold sweat, dizziness and weakness are usually caused by several conditions, including:
low blood sugar levels anemia or lack of blood dehydration or lack of psychological pressure such as stress, excessive anxiety, fear, phobias and other other medical disorders such as electrolyte disorders, migraines, tuberculosis, pneumonia, kidney infections, kidney stones, malignancies, thyroid disorders, disorders liver, shock Unhealthy lifestyles such as staying up late, lack of exercise While the symptoms of nausea and frequent bowel movements are certainly related to digestive tract disorders, including:
dyspepsia / gastric ulcer symptoms gastritis ulcer gastrointestinal or intestinal acid disease / GERD inflammation of the gallbladder and gallstones The effect of alcoholic drinks or high caffeine in a state of stress and anxiety Related history of the disease you have experienced, most likely indeed complaints / symptoms occur due to the presence of disorders of your digestive system, where when typhus has already been experienced, the recovery needed takes quite a long time, and the stomach and intestines will be more sensitive than before getting sick. Especially this is usually against the background with unhealthy hiup style and eating patterns and behavior after eating that is not true, which in turn triggers ulcer disorders.
However, to be sure you should re-consult with a doctor who has treated you or preferably to a doctor of internal medicine, to find out the exact cause. Because we cannot determine with certainty the underlying cause because we cannot conduct a direct examination of yourself.
While you need to pay attention to diet and certain types of food that do not trigger interference in your stomach, including:
while avoiding the consumption of alcohol or caffeine in coffee or tea do food consumption with a more frequent frequency, but with a small amount / portion of a little try to eat food according to the hours of managing stress and anxiety if you are the type of person who is easily stressed or anxious try to sleep right at the time of rest and avoid staying up late at night too often So we can convey, hopefully our information can answer your questions. thanks.