Nausea, Weakness, Sleep Disorders With A History Of Heart Disease?
want to ask my father one month ago had a heart attack and had done the ring plug action, but a week later you experienced nausea, weakness, lack of enthusiasm, eating no appetite for sleep disorders how to treat it therapy whether told to drink lots of water or how … thanks
Good evening, thanks in advance for the question.
A history of heart disease does require special treatment and care, besides that if the patient experiences other conditions related to his physical condition in general, it should indeed be examined and consulted directly with the treating cardiologist. Because patients with this condition need to pay attention to various factors related to fluid intake (may not be excessive and should not be less), nutritional intake, lifestyle, physical activity, etc. If there are currently other complaints, it is necessary to dig deeper into the condition with certainty whether this is related to the condition of the heart or not. In addition, if there are symptoms such as lack of enthusiasm, sleep disturbance, and decreased appetite it also needs to be explored more deeply about the psychological conditions associated with the patient. Is the patient burdened with his current condition, how is his acceptance related to his illness, etc. So that in addition to improving lifestyle and handling related to the condition of the heart, it is also necessary to pay attention to the emotional condition of the patient so that treatment and physical treatment can also be effective.
The condition of a heart attack can occur due to an obstacle in the supply of blood to the heart can generally be caused by blood clots or accumulation of fat, cholesterol, and others. Symptoms usually include shortness of breath, chest pain, weakness, dizziness, anxiety and anxiety. The causes can vary as smoking, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, obesity, etc. Recovery and treatment after undergoing therapy include reducing the risk of recurrent heart attacks by minimizing the risk factors:
- quit smoking
- reduce or avoid fatty foods and high cholesterol / dietary changes
- check and control blood pressure, if necessary by taking medication regularly
- restore physical fitness, by adjusting to the needs of the body.
Thus the information that we can convey, may be useful. thanks.