Is It Necessary To Check Corona Virus Infection When Experiencing Dizziness, Shortness Of Breath, Fever, Cough And Flu?
Morning, I just lived in Jakarta, these 3 days I feel dizzy and tight without any symptoms such as fever, cough, or flu. Do you need to check corona?
Hello Lazarus, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The complaint you are experiencing at this time can indeed be caused by a Corona virus infection, although it is not typical, because the complaint can be caused by other possible conditions such as ARI, gastric acid disease, dyspepsia syndrome, bronchitis, asthma, or psychosomatic disorders.
Even so, it is still advisable to check yourself further to the doctor for an evaluation of the possible conditions that cause the emergence of your complaint, what is your risk profile for Corona virus infection and also what treatment should be given. After a direct examination by the doctor, then it can be determined whether you need a Corona examination or not.
In the meantime, besides going to the doctor, you are recommended to:
Stay alert and avoid crowded / public places when not really needed
Paying attention to whether there are certain things that trigger or aggravate your complaints such as exposure to dust, cold weather, cigarette smoke and others. If there is, avoid as much as possible
Eat nutritious and sufficient food every day
Avoid the consumption of foods / drinks that are acidic, spicy, high in fat, fizzy, caffeinated and contain alcohol temporarily
Exercise regularly and regularly for at least 30 minutes every day
Get enough rest
Avoiding drug consumption carelessly without clear advice from a doctor
Wash your hands regularly, especially after contact with others
Avoid sharing your food, cutlery or personal items with others
Give a minimum distance of 1 meter when meeting people who are experiencing respiratory infections
You can also easily check your risk profile for Corona vrisu infection through the following link prepared by the HealthReplies.com team: check the risk of Corona infection.
I hope this helps.