Heart Pounding And Body Feels Stiff?
good morning doctor,
Increased heart rate (tachycardia) can be influenced by many things, ranging from severe pain that is being felt (eg headaches, toothaches, legs pinched by heavy objects, etc.), feelings of worry and panic (eg being told to come forward with a presentation or worrying about something). ), physical activity (eg exercise, after lifting heavy objects), the effects of caffeine consumption (coffee, tea, chocolate), to the presence of a precipitating disease such as hyperthyroidism, hypertension (high blood pressure), anemia, and heart problems.
Complaints of weakness experienced can be influenced by the tachycardia condition, such as panic and excessive worry that eventually becomes weak, fatigue due to physical activity, hyperthyroidism can also cause muscle weakness, anemia which can also make you tired-weak-sluggish, to heart problems that lead to heart failure. eventually cause blood flow is not so good that the blood supply to body tissues becomes disrupted.
Heartburn itself is not only limited to heartburn, this condition often makes people have no appetite so they only get a little food intake which of course will make them weak because of the lack of energy sources for the body, when you have stomach ulcers it is very disturbing so you may even vomit. The pain can increase the heart rate.
However, it is possible that what you are experiencing now is different from the previous condition, so Putri tries to check with an internal medicine doctor, so that a medical evaluation can be carried out on yourself such as interviews and physical examinations, if the results from the basic evaluation are still not specific, it leads to a medical condition/illness, the doctor may plan additional tests such as routine blood tests, thyroid hormone levels, EKG (cardiac record), treadmill test, endoscopy, and so on.
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