Limp And Heart Palpitations After Heavy Activity?
Good morning, u003cbr u003e u003cbr u003eIntroduce me Rosa, I am 23 years old, Look, every time I finish doing activities that I think are strenuous like, cleaning the house, walking to the mall even though I always feel anxious, from the head that is feels heavy, hands and feet are weak, heart palpitations and abdomen as it is uncomfortable. Please explain yes, why does that happen. Other facets I always drink enough water, before or after eating, even not infrequently when traveling to the Mall I was unconscious. u003cbr u003thank you
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Limp, head feels heavy, palpitations, stomach feels uncomfortable, even to the point of decreased consciousness most often indicates hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia itself refers to a condition where blood sugar levels drop less than normal. The causes of this condition can be many, including due to irregular eating patterns, poor nutritional intake, side effects of drugs, excessive consumption of alcohol, overproduction of insulin (for example due to tumors in the pancreas), hormonal disorders (for example due to abnormalities of the adrenal glands and pituitary gland ), or also other diseases, such as liver, kidney and anorexia nervosa disorders.
In addition to hypoglycemia, your condition may also be triggered by dyspepsia (increased stomach acid), hypotension (low blood pressure), dehydration (lack of fluids), heart problems, viral or bacterial infections, mental disorders, and so on.
Without checking your condition directly, it is certainly difficult for us to identify possible causes. However, if even with mild physical activity even your complaints can arise and are very disturbing, you should remain aware of the worst possibilities. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that your condition can be handled properly. Some types of investigations, for example laboratories, heart records, ultrasound, etc. may also be done by a doctor if necessary.
In the meantime, the following initial handling you can do:
Try to always get up, sleep, and eat regularly every day Eat small but frequent portions (3 to 5 times a day) Drink enough, at least 10 glasses per day Don't consume alcohol or smoke Exercise every day, at least for 30 minutes When complaints arise , rest, move to a comfortable place, consume foods or sugary drinks that are easily digested, calm yourself down, don't worry or worry too much Stay away from heavy stress When traveling or doing heavy physical activities, don't do it alone, ask to be accompanied by colleagues or Your close relatives to anticipate dangerous conditions May help huh ..