Fever Is Often Short Of Breath And Swelling Of The Eyes?
Hi, I have a question. Why do I have a fever, often shortness of breath and swelling of the eyes? What is the solution?
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If you have a history of asthma or allergies, one of the things that can trigger an asthma or allergy attack is an infection. Fever is a sign of infection or inflammation. So that to prevent tightness and swollen eyes, the fever must be treated first. In people with asthma and allergies, there are things that need to be considered in treatment and in preventing asthma attacks from recurring:
1. Avoid things that trigger asthma or allergies. For example, allergens (certain foods / drinks, certain drugs, dust, animal hair), irritants such as cigarette smoke or other chemicals, extreme weather (too cold or too hot), to conditions of psychological stress. To avoid this, you must first know what triggers eye tightness and swelling. You can do allergy tests on your doctor.
2. Taking medicines from a doctor as directed and regularly.
3. Routine control to the doctor as directed to monitor the suitability of therapy and your condition.
4. Maintain health by diligently washing your hands with soap, avoiding smoking, getting adequate rest, exercising regularly, and controlling stress.
Apart from asthma or allergies that are triggered by hay fever, there are other diseases that cause the symptoms you mentioned earlier (fever, shortness of breath, and swollen eyes), such as dengue fever, kidney problems, and heart problems. The causes of fever also vary and the treatment depends on the cause. If you have a fever you can try taking paracetamol to reduce the fever, but paracetamol does not eliminate the cause of fever itself. For that, you should check with your doctor to find out the exact cause of fever and the accompanying symptoms.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
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