Frequent Burping, Nausea, Weakness And Headaches?
Good evening introduce my name Cindy ..rndok I want to ask why I often burp over time, nausea and often have headaches, weak body accompanied by a nauseous stomach and cold sweat body? Please answer yes
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Frequent burping, nausea, weakness, headaches, and cold sweats can be caused by many factors. One of the most common possibilities is gastritis, which is inflammation of the gastric mucosa. This condition can be acute or chronic. The trigger can be due to Helicobacter pylori bacterial infection, side effects of drugs (usually NSAIDs), stress, alcohol consumption, drug abuse, or because of a disease, such as Crohn's disease, bile reflux, and so on.
As a result of inflammation, the production of stomach acid will increase, causing excess pressure on the stomach wall which causes the sensation of nausea. Furthermore, this condition can also cause a decrease in appetite, which if not treated properly can trigger headaches, weakness, and cold sweats due to inadequate nutritional intake.
It could also be that the complaints you feel arise due to other causes, for example:
GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease)
Cholangitis (inflammation of the gallbladder)
Typhoid fever (typhoid, Salmonella typhi infection)
Migraine (primary headache that feels predominantly throbbing on one side of the head)
Irritable bowel syndrome
Other viral or bacterial infections, etc
How long will you experience these complaints? Has it been more than 3 days? How about your activities, are you very disturbed by these complaints?
If so, don't delay to check your complaint directly to the doctor.. Follow-up examinations, such as laboratory, x-ray, or ultrasound may be recommended by the doctor to establish the correct diagnosis. Further treatment will be given according to the cause that triggered your complaint.
In the meantime, first compress the nauseous stomach with warm water so that the complaints subside. Eat small portions but regularly so that nausea does not come back. Limit the consumption of tubers, caffeine, mustard greens, cabbage, milk, and their processed products because they have the potential to produce a lot of gas that can trigger nausea. Get plenty of rest, don't be too tired. Exercise regularly as much as you can and don't stress too much.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah