Prolonged Colds Accompanied By Shortness Of Breath, Eyes Feel Hot And Headaches To The Neck?
I want it, I have been having a cold for 2 weeks, I kept it because I thought it would heal myself, and some days it was bad, hot eyes, shortness of breath, head ache until my neck and teeth also hurt, my heart rate was broken, plus a few bad days. snot coming out of green is clumping like that, r nAfter I checked I was exposed to ISPA, I have to gmn y, I already took medicine but it’s still not getting better, ISPA can be worse than this huh?
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Colds accompanied by thick mucus and greenish often indeed indicate an infection of the airways. Depending on the duration, this infection can be acute (ARI, acute respiratory infection) or chronic. This infection can occur in various parts of the respiratory tract, for example:
Rhinosinusitis (infection of the nasal and sinus cavities) Tonsillopharyngitis (infection of the throat and tonsils) Laryngitis (infection of the voice box) Bronchitis (infection of the bronchi, airways leading to the lungs) Pneumonia (infection of the lung parenchyma) The cause of this infection is often bacterial or virus. In addition to colds, sufferers also often experience fever, chills (including heat in the eyes), dizziness, headache, neck, throat, and other muscles and joints. It could also, sufferers will experience shortness of breath, palpitations, weakness, fatigue, decreased appetite, nausea, and various other complaints. Other factors, such as allergies, airway irritation, and immune system disorders can also aggravate symptoms that arise due to ARI. It could also be that your irregular heartbeat occurs due to side effects from medications that you consume previously to overcome your complaints.
Determine the type of infection, causes, as well as the severity of the condition that you experience can only be done through a direct doctor's examination. Because your complaint has been going on for 2 weeks or more, your doctor may also recommend supporting tests, for example blood tests, rhinoscopy, nasal endoscopy, x-rays, and so on. That way, the doctor can certainly give you the best treatment. Therefore, check yourself to a doctor, ENT specialist, or internist.
At this time, you can first do the following steps:
Expand to rest, at least 7 to 8 hours a day Take medication from the doctor as recommended If the pain medication and fever have run out, while your head and neck are still painful, you can first consume paracetamol to reduce pain. Avoid exposure to cold temperatures, dust mites, pollution, smoke, and other airway irritants Use a mask to cover your nose and mouth so that your airway is not conceded dangerous substances Expand drink water Eat healthy and nutritious food Don't smoke Don't think too much Do not carelessly consume drugs, except those prescribed directly by your doctor Hope this helps ...