some time ago my body felt weak and my vision darkened and my body temperature got cold (cold sweat) and i almost fainted, but with breathing i can compensate !!! But after that incident, when I sat for a while I always shook for a while, what disease do I think I suffered? 22 years old …
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Fatigue, dark vision, cold sweat, and almost fainting may indicate that your blood pressure is low, or in the medical world it is also called hypotension. The optimal blood pressure for healthy adults is between 90/60 and less than 120/80 mmHg. If your blood pressure drops to less than 90/60 mmHg, this is known as hypotension. This condition can make you dizzy, feel lightheaded, have a dark or blurry vision, nausea, weakness, difficulty concentrating, even fainting.
There are several factors that can cause a person to fall into a hypotensive state, including:
Bleeding, including bleeding into the internal organs (for example from a stomach ulcer)
Dehydration, for example due to not drinking enough, overheating, vomiting or massive diarrhea
Heart problems, for example due to heart valve abnormalities, heart attacks, heart failure
Hormonal disorders, for example due to thyroid and parathyroid gland disorders, Addison's disease, diabetes
Lack of nutrition, for example due to deficiency of vitamin B12 and folic acid
Severe allergies (anaphylaxis), and so on
Hypotension can be a mild condition, but it can also be dangerous and life threatening. Dangerous conditions you should be aware of if you feel complaints such as dazedness, cold and pale skin, rapid and shallow breathing, or a fast and weak pulse.
In addition to hypotension, your complaints may also occur due to other triggers, such as hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), anemia (low blood hemoglobin), viral or bacterial infections (for example typhus, meningitis), vertigo, psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
You should check yourself directly to a doctor or an internal medicine specialist, especially if you find any danger signs as mentioned above. The doctor will do a thorough evaluation, or also direct you to undergo further tests to evaluate the health of your heart (for example, by electrocardiography or echocardiography) and your other organs.
In the meantime, first resolve your complaint with the following efforts:
Drink more, namely 2 to 3 liters of water per day, limit caffeine
Don't sleep too late at night, get enough sleep 6 to 8 hours a day
Do not take drugs carelessly
Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol
Don't stress, worry, or panic excessively
Give yourself a break first from tiring activities
Avoid changing body positions that are too drastic (do it slowly)
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah