Fever, Insomnia, Head And Shoulder Pain, Nausea, And Dry Throat
Hello, I’ve been sick 3-4 days. The first day of high school fever 38.6 degrees Celsius can not sleep, the second day of the fourth school headache throughout the day. Headache in the right and left temples u0026amp; on both shoulders like a tense headache. I have been taking paracetamol from the first day but don’t feel really well … sometimes nausea in the afternoon / evening. The throat does not hurt, cm is rather dry in the morning hr. Please help, this headache also feels when I have strong eye guarantees …
Thank you for the question.
Fever, insomnia, head and shoulder pain, nausea, and dry throat may indicate your body has an infection, for example due to viruses, bacteria, or other microorganisms. Referring to your information, this type of infection can vary, for example dengue fever, ARI (acute respiratory infection), typhoid fever, hepatitis, meningitis, chikungunya, and so on. In addition to infection, your complaints may also be caused by other medical conditions, such as inflammatory disorders, dyspepsia, stress, hormonal disorders, fatigue, tension headaches, fibromyalgia, nerve nerves, and so on.
The first step that you do is actually right, namely by taking the drug paracetamol so that fever and pain subside. But that's not all, so that complaints get better faster, you also need to do:
Warm compresses to painful areas of the body
Drink at least 2 liters of water a day
Eat regularly, small portions but often
Don't eat spicy, oily, artificial sweet and cold foods
Don't think too much, let alone stress
Discipline to exercise every day
Reduce tiring activities, especially outside the home --- in this way, your risk of contracting COVID-19 will be smaller
If the fever continues for more than 3 days, if there are shortness of breath or severe vomiting, stiff necking, convulsions, and other more severe complaints, do not delay, check yourself to the nearest doctor. Blood tests, urine tests, CT scans, or maybe other supporting tests may be done by a doctor to be able to give you the right treatment. It could also, later you will be referred to an internist or neurologist to be given the appropriate treatment.
Hope this helps ...