The Body Is Still Weak And Has A Headache After Fainting?
Afternoon. Want to ask. I fainted this morning. My position is mmg, I haven’t had breakfast yet and I’m on my second day of menstruation. It was not long enough for a few seconds and I walked by myself. In the afternoon, I still felt weak and my head was still lousy. Why is that? And what should I eat / drink?
A sudden faint or loss of consciousness is quite widespread. This condition is common and not dangerous, but some can be dangerous, especially if it occurs in the elderly. Usually there are no initial symptoms, but can be preceded or accompanied by cold sweat, yawning, nausea, "keliyengan" or feeling of imbalance / giddiness, blurred vision and ringing in the ears. Usually awareness will return within a few seconds to two minutes. But if more than that you should immediately be taken to the emergency room. Usually after awakening from fainting, the person will be confused, dizzy, for about 30 minutes or several hours.
Causes of fainting include:
Sudden drop in blood pressure, for example due to standing too fast from a sleeping or sitting position, lack of fluids, medications
Impaired function in autonomic innervation, for example due to stress, sudden pain, standing for too long, can even be due to laughing or sneezing
Heart disorders that interfere with the smooth flow of blood to the brain
Basically a condition that can cause oxygen flow to the brain decreases can cause fainting. Lying down or sitting down after fainting can help restore the condition. If you don't have enough fluids, or haven't eaten, you should drink and eat first. Usually the condition will get better soon. If Nurul's condition does not improve soon, you should immediately see a doctor for further examination. Nurul will be implanted (question and answer), physical examination and if necessary laboratory tests, ECG or other examinations to help determine the cause.
Nurul needs to be alert and immediately see a doctor if:
Passed out over and over
Have a history of heart disease, diabetes, or seizures
Experiencing chest pain
After fainting injured
Unable to move limbs, blurred vision, hearing loss, unable to control urination or bowel movements, etc.
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