Fever, Headaches, Decreased Appetite, Aching Joints And Muscles?
want to ask my body temperature 37.9 ° ,, and feel my legs ache ,, loss of appetite ,, dizzy and feels like a cold ,, is that just a normal fever ??
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Fever, headaches, decreased appetite, joints and muscles feel sore to aches, body feels unwell, weak, not excited, stomach discomfort, nausea, vomiting, bloating, etc. are symptoms when the body is attacked by a viral infection. This can occur when the body experiences a decrease in endurance. Causative factors such as fatigue, stress, environmental influences, weather, etc. affect the onset of symptoms.
Symptoms of a viral infection generally do not cause symptoms that are too severe. Fever can go up quickly or just a normal fever which can improve within 2-3 days as other complaints disappear.
Fatigue and stress are the most common causes that often cause these complaints. However, some types of bacteria and fungi can also cause symptoms of infection that are similar, even more serious and often complaints last longer (> 3 days).
You do not need to worry, if complaints occur due to the body being infected with a virus, then the condition will gradually improve with increasing body endurance. Colds are a health term that is still ambiguous so it is not categorized as a medical diagnosis. Generally colds are caused by a viral infection that can improve on its own without special treatment.
To help reduce complaints,:
Compress with warm water when you have a fever Expand to consume fluids to help the fever go down Get enough rest at home Avoid stress and fatigue Avoid strenuous activities Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption Consumption of healthy and nutritious foods Eat in small portions but often if you are experiencing decreased appetite or discomfort stomach Consumption of pain and fever relievers such as Paracetamol or ibuprofen. If the symptoms get worse, don't hesitate to visit the nearest doctor to get a proper examination and treatment.
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