Cramps On The Face And Some Parts Of The Body After Being Bitten By An Insect?
how come I feel cramps in my nose and face and some parts of my body after being bitten by insects
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what kind of insect actually biting you? Where is the location of the bite? Besides cramps, are there any other complaints that you feel?
Being bitten by an insect can be a serious condition, but it can also be mild. After biting, insects will usually enter certain substances that can trigger inflammatory reactions in the sufferer's body, can be limited to the area around which is bitten straight, or can also spread to other parts of the body. Some sensitive people can also experience inflammatory reactions due to allergies when in contact with the bug itself. As for inflammatory reactions that appear can vary, ranging from skin redness, swelling, itching, burning, cramps, tingling, numbness, even systemic complaints can also appear, such as tightness, weakness, chills, palpitations, nausea, dizziness, and so on.
Cramps that you feel on the nose, face, and some other body parts can indeed be caused by insect bites that you experience. The danger or not this condition can vary depending on the type of bug. Maybe also, the cramps are actually triggered by something else, for example lack of nutrition, fatigue, hormonal disorders, nerve disorders, viral or bacterial infections, dehydration, metabolic disorders, psychological disorders, and so on.
If it is true that cramps that appear very disturbing, it never hurts you to check yourself first to the doctor or neurologist. Explain the chronology of the event that you experienced before, also explain the characteristics of the insect that bit you. In addition, so that the cramps that appear to subside, you need to also warm compress the cramped area, keep it clean, multiply rest, eat and drink healthy, and do not just take medication carelessly.
Hope this helps ...