Headache Feels Throbbing Accompanied By Shivering, Stiffness And No Appetite?
… I have 2 days of having a cenut headache Cenut feels like a heartbeat, accompanied by a shivering body, a stiff body / achy body has been treated by a doctor with no severe illness … no appetite. what are the symptoms?
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A throbbing headache (cenat cenut like a heartbeat), accompanied by chills, the body feels stiff, achy, and decreased appetite may indicate you have an infection. There are various types of infections, some are caused by viruses or bacteria, some occur in the respiratory system, digestive system, urinary system, nervous system, or other organ systems. Here are some types of infections that often trigger complaints like you experience:
Dengue fever (dengue fever, caused by Dengue virus infection transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes) Influenza (viral infection of the respiratory tract, can occur confined to the nasal cavity, sinus, or other respiratory organs) Typhoid fever (Salmonella typhi bacterial infection, transmitted through the route oral fecal, which enters the body through food or drink contaminated with feces of the patient) Urinary tract infections (infections of the urinary tract, usually due to an increase in bacteria from the genitals or anus to the urinary tract) Meningitis (inflammation of the membranes covering the brain and spinal cord) Rheumatic fever (mistaken immune reaction due to Streptococcus bacterial infection), etc. In addition to infection, your complaints may also arise due to other triggers, for example migraines, rheumatoid arthritis, fatigue, pre menstrual syndrome, psychosomatic disorders, and so on. To distinguish the various possibilities above, it is necessary to do a direct examination by a doctor or specialist in internal medicine. It could also be done by supporting examinations, such as blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, and so on if needed. Therefore, if the complaint feels very disturbing for you in carrying out activities, you should visit the nearest health facility directly so that comprehensive handling is done in relation to the complaint you are experiencing. Meanwhile, at home, you can also do the following steps so that complaints improve:
Drink plenty of water, at least 10 glasses per day. Don't force yourself to get too tired. Eat regularly, don't delay, don't obey your decreased appetite. Use comfortable and warm clothing so that the body doesn't shiver. Take paracetamol so your headaches get better. Don't stare at excessive gadgets Don't take other drugs carelessly (except if prescribed directly by a doctor) Hopefully this helps ...