Hello, I want to ask, I often catch a cold, when I wake up in the middle of the night or early in the morning, when I only wake up, I don’t come out of the room, and I always wear a blanket and socks when I sleep and don’t use a fan, I also eat regularly , even if you finish the night, you often get stomachache at midnight … that’s why yes, beg for a solution, thank you😊🙏
Thank you for using the HealthReplies.com consulting service. We understand your complaints and concerns.
Catch a cold is a layman's term that describes a ambiguous condition. Colds are often associated with malaise and other symptoms such as flatulence, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, headache, fever, cold in the body, etc.
There are no medical terms related to colds. Therefore treatment depends on the symptoms experienced. Often viral infections that enter the digestive tract and respiratory tract cause similar symptoms.
Associated with your complaint, abdominal pain can be caused by various causes. Flatulence is a condition that is generally complained of where there is quite a lot of air in the digestive tract and can cause pain in the stomach. Air entering the digestive tract can come from activities such as breathing, eating, and talking. Another cause is an increase in stomach acid which can trigger stomach pain, especially when the stomach is empty. A history of gastritis or ulcer is often associated with the condition. As for causes such as viral infections can also infect the digestive tract through food consumed and unclean cutlery. In viral infections, besides stomach pain, other symptoms that can occur include diarrhea, fever, headache, flatulence, nausea, vomiting, etc.
You don't need to worry about your condition. Generally complaints that occur in the gastrointestinal tract are caused by daily eating patterns, a history of previous illnesses that are not well controlled or caused by a decrease in the body's immune system.
Some of the following things you can do to help relieve symptoms and prevent symptoms from recurring:
Improve lifestyle by consuming healthy and nutritious food
Washing hands before and after eating
Avoid consuming excessive amounts of spicy, sour, coconut milk and fatty foods
Sufficient fluid needs
Avoid consumption of excessive amounts of coffee and alcohol
Wear warm clothes and adjust the room temperature so it is not too cold
Take supplements and multivitamins if necessary
Avoid stress and fatigue due to strenuous activity
Consult with your nearest doctor if you feel the symptoms are getting worse and interfere with your activities. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps