Nausea, Not Feeling Well, Dizzy Eyes, Difficulty Breathing, Body Feels Warm, And Weak

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Good evening, my name is Yuni Saputri from Aceh. I am 23 years old. Now I have a complaint, it’s been the last two days I experience nausea until I want to vomit. I don’t feel well. And sometimes eyes get dizzy when they wake up from lying down. I also had difficulty breathing, and my body was slightly warm. The default continues to limp. Do I experience symptoms of corona virus? Do I need to check to the nearest hospital?

Originally posted 2020-04-16 13:44:05.

1 Answer:

Hello Yuni,


Thank you for the question.

Nausea, not feeling well, dizzy eyes, difficulty breathing, the body feels warm, and fatigue is actually not typical referring to the Corona virus infection that is plague lately (COVID-19). However, considering that there are also many people with COVID-19 who do not show typical clinical symptoms, so if you feel you have ever contacted with a patient or suspect of COVID-19, you still need to be aware that you too can contract the disease.


Judging from the symptoms, the possibility of your complaints caused by dyspepsia, anemia, hypoglycemia, viral or other bacterial infections, inflammatory disorders, fatigue, hormonal disorders, metabolic disorders, heart problems, vertigo, stress, liver disorders, and so on. Not all of these conditions are dangerous. But clearly, if no optimal handling is done, this condition can greatly hinder your activities.


Better, you first resolve your complaint by:

Eat regularly small portions but often
Don't eat sour, spicy, and gassed food first
Also not accustomed to eating haphazardly
Sleep early and more regularly
Regularly also exercise every day
Drink at least 2-3 liters of water a day
Take paracetamol when the body feels hot
Don't think too much

If your complaints improve with the above efforts, you should not first see a doctor so that your risk of contracting the disease, including COVID-19, can be minimized, yes. However, if it feels worse, it is better for you to check yourself directly to the doctor or nearest internal medicine doctor to be treated further.


I hope this helps.

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