Feeling Weak May I Infuse?
I’m just limp but I’m not dehydrated, if I ask the doctor in my clinic to infuse
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Related to the weakness experienced, it should be noted and conveyed the following points, namely since when the weakness was felt; whether continuously or aggravated by a certain condition or activity; are there other symptoms that are felt such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, pale; has there been a similar history before; is there any history of illness; whether there is a history of trauma or bleeding. Based on complaints of weakness some diseases that may be the cause, viz.
- Lack of intake of nurses or fluids
- Thyroid or heart disorders
Anemia is a condition due to lack of red blood cells to spread oxygen to the body so that the adequacy of oxygen in the surrounding tissues is not met. Some of the symptoms that arise are easily tired in activity, the skin looks pale, breathing shorter-shorter, cold hands and feet difficult to concentrate and extremity cramps.
Lack of nutrition or fluid intake will cause the body's needs are not met. This will affect the condition of the body so it will be weak, the pulse is felt quickly, blood pressure drops, the mucosa of the lips looks dry.
Depression is a psychological condition that causes deep sadness. Symptoms that arise are usually sadness, lack of appetite, there is no joy. This can trigger other diseases.
Thyroid or heart disorders will affect blood circulation throughout the body and metabolism. This can be an early sign of fatigue, weight gain, difficulty in tightness, swelling in the feet or hands.
We recommend that other fatigue that arises easily be considered other things so that when the examination can be estimated to lead to the causes experienced. Examination can be done on physical, laboratory, and even imaging.
Things that can be avoided to prevent weakness are the following things.
- Adequate nutrition with frequent meals and adequate nutrition
- Enough liquid
- Exercise regularly
- Avoid mind and psychological pressure
In conditions that do not improve can consult a specialist in internal medicine. If there are signs such as pulses that are difficult to touch, congested, difficult to communicate with, and decreased awareness, it should be taken immediately to the emergency department.
Thus the information we can convey. May be useful. Thank you