Limp Body And Cold.?
Hello … I am great at the age of 17 … I want to ask … a few days ago I had a fever and then I took the medication and lost the fever but until now my body remains weak and cold … I guess that’s why … and dangerous or not ?? trmaksh a lot
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Limp is a common complaint that many people complain about when they are experiencing skait, this weakness usually makes you unable to carry out normal activities normally. In general, the condition of weakness of the body is divided into two, namely due to physical problems and weakness of the body due to psychological problems,
Anxious because psychological factors occur when you feel weak, not when there is a problem in your body but a psychological disorder. Meanwhile the body is weak due to physical problems caused by certain disorders in the body, for example due to certain diseases. In addition, usually limp accompanied by other complaints such as:
Fever, shivering Decreased appetite Cold sweating Flu or colds Nausea, vomiting Complaints want to be a subjective complaint that is felt in sufferers feel the body feels cold so sensitive to cold but if measured the temperature does not necessarily experience a decrease in temperature. Normal body temperature is around 36.5-37.5. If the temperature is below 36.5 the body usually feels cold. Feeling cold because too long in an air-conditioned room is indeed a natural thing. However, if you feel cold constantly, chances are certain medical conditions. In general, body temperature regulation is regulated by several organs, such as the hypothalamus, nervous system, skin, and tissues fat.
Here are some of the causes of physical factors that can cause a limp body accompanied by a cold body for example:
The existence of infection, for example a viral or bacterial limp jam infection is usually accompanied by complaints of fever and other complaints depending on the cause of the infection. For example typhoid fever is usually accompanied by fever, weakness and digestive complaints such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, and nausea. Dehydration, a condition when a person lacks fluids. Having sleep disorders, such as insomnia, sleep apnea, or sleeping too long doing hibernation which can reduce your sleep quality. Colds or colds Low blood sugar levels Diabetes anemia Side effects of medications, such as cold medicines, allergic drugs, tranquilizers, and anesthetics Most body weakness and feeling cold with fever are not serious problems. Usually this complaint can appear in someone with a viral infection such as the flu. However, if the complaint is not good you can consult a doctor at your nearest health facility. Furthermore, the doctor will conduct a physical examination and supporting examinations to determine the exact cause of the body feels cold, then provide treatment according to the cause.
For the time being, you can also do the following to reduce complaints, for example:
Increase consumption of nutritious foods that contain lots of iron, vitamin B12. Fill your body's fluid intake with a minimum of 8 glasses of water per day. Wear clothes that are thick or warm, and do not use air conditioning with temperatures too low continuously Stop smoking, consuming caffeine or alcohol Enough the need for rest or sleep at night for at least 7 hours every night That's all our answer, hopefully it's useful