Is It True That Cholesterol Causes Tingling Hands, Shortness Of Breath, Palpitations And Severe Headaches?
Hello doctor, my greetings Roy. I want to ask kk I was maybe about 5 months felt frequent tingling in the body, hands and feet. The heart likes to beat fast, even once it becomes very short of breath, the head of the head is hard like being overwritten by a heavy object. He also complains that his stomach is in the lower left side of the pain. He also felt that sometimes his mouth felt bitter, his head was dizzy, in his throat like sputum was blocking. Then every time he sleeps awake at night because the heart is pounding or there is a body that hurts a lot. My body is getting thinner, my appetite is not normal or not. When I went to the doctor, he said there was cholesterol. Is it true that the doctor is all the influence of cholesterol? I am sorry to see I’m actually actually sick, doctor, please enlighten me and the best solution.
Hello Roy Sandy,
Often tingling in parts of the body can be caused by several possible deliveries such as nerve problems if there are nerve clamps or other conditions, or is also a condition of blood flow that is not smooth, whether it is one of the symptoms of a disease such as diabetes, whether there are nutritional disorders such as vitamin B12 deficiency. Heart palpitations and tightness need further attention whether it is a symptom of heart disease or other conditions. Some conditions that have symptoms of palpitations and spasms include:
gastritis / heartburn GERD heart rhythm disorders heart valve disorders narrowing of blood vessels of the heart hyperthyroid asthma allergic reactions to panic disorders / anxiety over complaints Complaints experienced by your sister may be caused by several different causes or a combination of symptoms from an illness or condition. The condition of your brother must be examined further to find out the cause of the condition he experienced, so that it can be done directly by the doctor and the necessary investigations such as laboratory blood tests, ECG / heart record, chest X-ray or other tests that may also be needed. We recommend that you check the condition of your sister to a specialist in internal medicine. Severe headaches themselves can be caused by a variety of possibilities including muscle tension, stress, a lot of thoughts, fever, or are primary headaches whose causes are unclear which can be triggered by certain factors such as hormonal influences, and pungent odors, too tired, lack of rest, and many others. If indeed the results of a good examination may also be experienced by your sister related to psychological conditions or fatigue. Some things to note:
regular eating patterns, make it a habit of having breakfast and not late eating, avoid eating foods that are too spicy or sour, avoid too much caffeine, soda, enough rest alcohol, get enough sleep manage stress, avoid excess stress, avoid eating fatty and high cholesterol foods such as fried foods, offal, coconut milk, seafood multiply the consumption of vegetables and fruits regularly exercise to reduce headaches taking pain medications such as paracetamol following articles that you can read tingling, shortness of breath, high cholesterol
Hope it is useful, thank you