Easy Nausea And Dizziness Accompanied By Chest Tightness And Nosebleeds?
I like to feel dizzy, nauseous, and short of breath, especially if I stand for too long my face immediately turns pale, my chest feels tight like there is no oxygen and my vision becomes dark. What’s a sign of illness? In 2014/2015 I had coughed up blood for how many years and once a nosebleed was not dangerous, right?? every year I like the doctor more than 3x because I don’t want my mother to worry I just talk to the doctor what I experience is only dizziness, nausea and throat and the doctor thinks I only have inflammatory disease. actually from what I experienced what disease I have?
Complaints of dizziness, nausea, shortness of breath, paleness, and dark vision can be caused by hypotension / low blood pressure. Hypotension occurs when the blood pressure is below 90/60. Hypotension can cause complaints in the form of dizziness, weakness, nausea, palpitations, fast breathing / feeling short of breath, unsteady, blurry vision, pale, dehydration, and fainting.
But apart from hypotension, your complaints can also be caused by other things such as anemia, hypoglycemia, thyroid disease, Addison's disease, vertigo, nervous disorders, heart problems. To determine the cause of your complaint, an immediate examination by a doctor includes an interview, physical examination (including blood pressure, respiratory rate, pulse), and supporting examinations if necessary, such as blood tests and heart records.
If your complaints occur frequently, you should consult a doctor directly, yes. It would be better if you convey all your complaints to the doctor so that the doctor can be more objective and more optimal in examining you. If the cause of the complaint is known, then the doctor can provide the right treatment for you according to your condition.
Some tips that can be done:
Consume healthy and nutritious food Exercise regularly but avoid strenuous exercise Adequate rest Avoid sudden movements Sit and rest when you have complaints Drink 2 liters of water/day Reduce consumption of caffeinated drinks Avoid stress The following articles are related to the topic of your question:
Thanks and hope it helps,
dr. Devika Y