Half Of The Body Suddenly Feels Weak?

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I want to ask, my mother has a history of vertigo, diabetes, hypertension, so yesterday the last check of the sugar level was up to 340, the blood pressure was 215, it is recommended to be hospitalized, we have followed the procedure for hospitalization and were given insulin therapy before every meal, injecting insulin for blood levels. sugar drops to 140, but for blood pressure it goes up and down, but why does my mother feel numb on one side of her face but the whole body can still move like the hands and feet can still move, but if it’s difficult to walk, it’s hard to walk on the right foot the way, why yes if rich like that? Please explain

1 Answer:

Hi Anihasanah,

Weakness and numbness on one side of the face is quite diverse, some of the most common of which are stroke (due to blockage or rupture of a blood vessel in the brain), Bell's palsy (inflammation of the nerve that innervates one side of the face), brain or neck tumor, or a history of head injury. While weakness in the body can be caused by stroke, electrolyte disturbances, low blood sugar levels, etc.

If weakness on the side of the face is accompanied by weakness in the limbs on one side of the body suddenly, accompanied by risk factors for diseases that can cause disorders of blood vessels such as diabetes and hypertension, the first possibility that must be ruled out is stroke. Stroke is a chronic disease whose recovery can take quite a long time and there is a possibility of not recovering 100% to its original state, depending on factors such as the severity of the damage caused to the brain, the speed at which treatment is given, adherence to following treatment recommendations from doctors and efforts to control the disease. the risk factors involved.

To determine the underlying cause of the complaints experienced by your mother, it is highly recommended to immediately consult with the doctor who is currently handling so that a thorough examination can be carried out, including supporting examinations such as CT scans and blood tests. The doctor will provide treatment according to the diagnosis.

Make sure to live a healthy lifestyle, especially for people with diabetes and hypertension, such as reducing consumption of sources of sugar, carbohydrates, salt, and fatty foods, exercising at least 3-4 times a week with a minimum duration of 30 minutes, avoiding smoking and drinking alcohol, and consuming alcohol. medicines for hypertension and diabetes as recommended by a doctor.

I hope this information is helpful.

Regards, dr. Delvira

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