Often Achy, Weak, Faint And Blurry Vision?
I am 16 years old, from junior high school to high school, I often experience sudden aches, all over and over, accompanied by weakness and difficulty in moving. I also faint often and don’t feel well. Lately my eyes are always blurry … So I’m sick or what?
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Complaints of stiffness, weakness, fainting and blurry eyes, may be triggered by the condition of your stamina that is not optimal and the lack of balance of your energy needs of the activities you do. When your stamina starts decreasing, fatigue, lack of sleep; plus the need for food intake or energy is not met or often late to eat, then your body's muscles and your body's balance will often be disrupted. This is because your body needs balanced oxygen and blood glucose to meet and balance your activities. If the energy needed is not fulfilled, either because of frequent late eating, not eating, reduced food portions, or due to indigestion, then the energy needed by the body cannot be used properly, so the muscles feel weak, dry mouth, stomach discomfort, headaches , cold sweat, dizzy eyes or dark eyes until fainting can occur. However, this all needs to be ascertained directly by your family doctor or your internal medicine doctor by direct examination.
Even if all of the above does not happen or you do not, it is necessary to know other possible causes that trigger this complaint. Some other medical conditions can also provide a similar picture, such as:
1. Early symptoms of infection or inflammation, such as early symptoms of strep throat, typhus, or digestive infections
3. Metabolic disorders, such as diabetes, gout, or excessive cholesterol
4. Lack of sleep or often sleep late at night
6. Stomach disorders
7. Joint and muscle disorders
8. Peripheral neuropathy or disorders of the peripheral nervous system
Thus, to ensure the cause of all these complaints, you should visit your doctor, especially if:
1. This complaint has often repeated
2. These complaints make you anxious
3. This complaint has disrupted your daily activities
4. These complaints begin to affect your productivity
5. This complaint does not improve
The doctor will conduct an interview related to the course of this complaint, then a physical examination and supporting examinations can be planned to help ascertain the cause, whether blood tests, radiological examinations or ultrasound. The results of the examination will be a reference for doctors in providing care and treatment.
For now, some of the efforts you can make until meeting your doctor, such as:
1. Avoid stress
2. Relax is good for your body
3. Avoid sleeping late at night
4. Enough water and healthy food and on time to eat
5. Ide your weight
6. Avoid physical fatigue
Thus the info we can convey.