Dizziness, Blurred Eyes, Limp Hands, Tingling Fingers, Nausea?
Good night. I want to ask about the condition of my body lately r nSuch as I often have dizziness, dizzy eyes – so blurry that my hands are often weak but only at one point that is most often on my fingers, I often feel tingling and cramps on my 2-3 fingers , my stomach is prone to nausea, even now I feel rich. There is something stuck in my throat like I want to vomit but it doesn’t come out, sometimes I also feel stomach ache like a cold or want to defecate and sometimes choke. What do you think I’m sick of?
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I understand the concern regarding your condition. Complaints of frequent dizziness, lightheadedness and weakness can be caused by orthostatic hypotension, sincope or anemia. Orthostatic hypotension is a decrease in blood pressure due to sudden changes in body position, for example, from lying on your back to a sitting or standing position. Often this is a normal condition. Meanwhile, syncope is a condition of loss of consciousness due to lack of blood flow to the brain. Syncope, also known as fainting, often has early symptoms of dizziness, lightheaded eyes, cold sweat appearing and resulting in loss of consciousness. This condition is often related to environmental influences such as heat, stress, tension, anxiety, and pain.
Anemia is a condition of decreasing hemoglobin in red blood cells which is responsible for carrying oxygen throughout the body. Women of reproductive age who are still menstruating each month are prone to anemia. Symptoms of anemia include weakness, fatigue, lethargy, lack of enthusiasm, difficulty concentrating, dizziness / headache, drowsiness, etc. The cause of anemia is a lack of iron from food consumed or bleeding from monthly menstruation or due to certain diseases. Hormonal changes in women can also be related to the complaints you feel.
Tingling is often caused by disruption of blood flow that is not smooth, pressure on the nerves or because the body position is maintained for a long time. Heavy activities on the hands such as writing and typing for too long, lifting heavy objects that can injure the nerves and poor position trigger the tingling occur. However, several other diseases that can cause tingling are nerve disorders such as carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) in the hands and diabetes mellitus.
Other complaints that you experience may be caused by disorders of your digestive tract, such as dyspepsia, GERD and gastritis. The most common risk factor for disorders of the digestive tract is a poor and unhealthy diet. Often spicy, acidic, oily foods stimulate the excretion of excess stomach acid which triggers the symptoms you experience.
To help reduce the complaints you feel, there are the following things you can do to relieve complaints and prevent bear complaints from returning, namely:
Eat healthy and nutritious foods
Avoid foods that are spicy, sour, fatty,
Avoid consuming caffeine, alcohol and cigarettes
Get enough rest
Avoid stress and fatigue
Taking a multivitamin that contains iron and B vitamins can help relieve your complaints. Vitamin B complex can function to relieve complaints of tingling and other nervous disorders. If the headache / dizziness is difficult to get rid of with rest, giving painkillers such as paracetamol can be given according to the prescribed dose. Don't hesitate to call your doctor and have your condition checked if the complaint gets worse and interferes with your daily activities. That is the information that I can convey, hope it helps