Dizziness Accompanied By No Appetite And Weak Body?
hello. I have a health problem, I am 33 years old. I have a history of stomach acid. A few days ago I had a cough, flu, headache. After recovering, the headache didn’t go away and I felt weak. At that time I had a blood pressure of 100/70. After eating I felt weak. like I want to faint. I checked again with the doctor to ask again about my illness. I put my blood pressure on again at 120/80 but why am I still dizzy. I don’t even have an appetite now. If it’s filled with weak food again, I asked why. thank you for your answer
Dizziness and weakness can be caused by a variety of reasons. from the situation you are experiencing, blood pressure of 100/70 and 120/80 is a blood pressure that is within normal limits.
Weakness and no appetite may be caused by a stomach acid disease with low blood sugar levels / hypoglycemic. Acid reflux disease is a condition where there is an increase or rise of stomach acid into the throat. This is due to the weakness of the muscles that line the stomach and throat. GERD can cause symptoms such as nausea, pain in the upper abdomen, feeling hot in the chest area, shortness of breath, bitter taste in the mouth, decreased appetite. This decrease in appetite can cause a decrease in the amount of food intake, thus causing low blood sugar levels. Low blood sugar levels can cause weakness, blurred vision, cold sweats, and even fainting.
But apart from that, the situation you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
typhoid anemia / lack of red blood cells orthostatic hypotension coronary heart disease, therefore, to determine the cause of the condition you are experiencing, you should consult a doctor directly so that the doctor can examine your condition directly. You can consult a specialist in internal medicine if you feel you haven't felt any changes.
maybe later additional examinations such as blood tests, EKG will be carried out if necessary.
It is recommended that you consume nutritious foods that are high in protein. eat small portions but often. Don't eat sour and spicy food. do not lie down immediately after eating. Don't smoke and don't drink alcohol.
the following articles you can read about GERD
Hope it is useful. thank you