Insomnia With Cold Sweat And Trembling
morning doc I want to ask, the beginning of 2 weeks yesterday I was sick stomach thank God it’s better, suddenly yesterday I was around 5 o’clock in the afternoon the fever came out cold sweat and night it was hard to sleep, sleep also sometimes 15 minutes awakening by myself suddenly body in heart palpitations pounding what symptoms do you know if my heart and my family have a history of the solution how do you
Thank you for the question.
Pain in the solar plexus (the area around the stomach) actually can not only be caused by stomach disorders. It could also, this pain arises because of disorders in other organ systems, such as the heart, bronchus, lungs, esophagus, intestines, muscles, joints, skin, and so on. If your complaint appears with fever, cold sweats, difficulty sleeping, trembling, and palpitations, several possible causes are:
Digestive disorders, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, peptic ulcers, food allergies
Heart disorders, such as heart attacks, valve abnormalities or heart rhythms, pericarditis
Respiratory disorders, such as bronchitis, pneumonia, pleurisy, allergies, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Other factors, such as viral or bacterial infections, thyroid gland disorders, electrolyte balance disorders, excessive anxiety disorders, specific phobias, metabolic disorders, inflammatory disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, excessive caffeine or alcohol consumption, side effects of drugs, etc.
The conditions above are mild, some are serious. Depending on the cause, the handling of this condition can vary.
Judging from your information, it seems you can first do the following treatment recommendations at home before seeing a doctor:
Warm compresses on your solar plexus
Take paracetamol while still having a fever
Eat regularly, portions a little but often, do not eat too close to bedtime
Don't eat foods that contain too much gas, sour and spicy foods, caffeinated drinks, especially alcohol
Drink more water
Do not be too tired of activity
Create a regular sleep and wake schedule every day
Do not think too much, also reduce anxiety or excessive fear of something
Discipline to exercise every day
Do not take any medicine without doctor's advice
If with the above efforts your complaint has improved, we recommend delaying seeing a doctor first, so that your risk of contracting dangerous diseases (including COVID-19) can be reduced.
Conversely, if the steps above the complaint does not also improve, or if other complaints appear more severe, such as shortness of breath, vomiting, high fever for more than 3 days, like a heavy object pressed chest, wheezing, etc., you better check with your doctor directly. If necessary, the doctor can refer you to an internal medicine doctor later, or recommend that you undergo a supporting examination, such as a heart record, blood tests, x-rays, and so on before providing appropriate management.
Hope this helps ...