Dizziness Gets Very Bright Light, Dizziness Doesn’t Heal, Neck Pain, Loss Of Appetite
I’m not the one who’s sick
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Dizziness, especially when you see glare, stiff neck, and loss of appetite, often occur due to several factors:
Viral or bacterial infections, such as dengue fever, typhoid fever, ARI (acute respiratory infection), skin infections, and various other infections Meningitis (inflammation of the lining of the brain and spinal cord) Tension headache Other factors, such as malignancy, dyspepsia, asthenopia , hormonal disorders, psychological disorders, inflammation of the intestine, fibromyalgia, migraine, inflammatory disorders, lack of nutrition, metabolic disorders, etc. If a new complaint occurs 1-3 days, without high fever, weakness, vomiting, yellow eyes and skin, or other complaints that are more severe, you should not panic. Complaints can be alleviated first by:
Take paracetamol to improve dizziness and aches Get enough and regular sleep, don't use too high pillows, dim room lights during sleep Regular exercise, at least 30 minutes every day Eat small portions but often, vary the types of food and eat with people beloved so that appetite increases Reduce consumption of gassed foods and drinks, such as mustard greens, cabbage, tubers, soda, coffee, chocolate, tea, milk, and its processed products Compressed sore neck warm, do not be sorted or scraped Drink more water a lot, at least 2 liters a day. If the patient's complaint does not improve for a long time, or if other complaints appear more severe as we have mentioned above, you immediately urge the patient to check himself to the doctor. If necessary, later doctors can refer patients to neurologists, internal medicine, or other specialties so that appropriate treatment is given.
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