Shortness Of Breath Accompanied By Nausea, Decreased Appetite, Fatigue, And Bone Pain
Hello. I want to ask. I am now 26 years old. I have symptoms such as shortness of breath. It’s hard to sleep because it’s hard to breathe. Nausea, decreased appetite. The body feels tired and painful in all parts of the bone, especially the arms, shoulders back and legs. Guess what. Should I do it?
Thank you for the question.
Shortness of breath, nausea, decreased appetite, fatigue, and bone aches may be caused by the following factors:
Dyspepsia (increased stomach acid)
Viral or bacterial infections
Psychological disorders, for example due to stress, excessive anxiety, fear, panic
Other factors, such as inflammatory disorders, allergies, hormonal disorders, heart problems, bronchitis, asthma, pneumothorax, Crohn's disease, side effects of drugs, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, malignancy, etc.
You need to check your complaints directly to the doctor or intern doctor if you feel a very severe shortness, especially for example if accompanied by drastic weight loss, high fever for more than 3 days, vomiting and massive diarrhea, as well as other severe complaints. By checking directly to the doctor, of course your condition can be treated properly according to the cause.
Conversely, if your complaint is mild and can be improved with the following efforts, it seems that staying at home and taking care of yourself will be better for you (so you also avoid the risk of contracting COVID-19):
Compress warm chest tightness, stomach nausea, and painful bones
Get more rest
Be diligent in drinking water, and eat nutritious food (don't be too acidic, spicy, and stingy)
Eat small but frequent portions
Don't think too much
Stay away from things that make you allergic
Relieve the pain of your bones by taking paracetamol, but don't just take other medications carelessly without doctor's advice
Hope this helps ...