The Body Suddenly Trembled With A Pale Face And Blurred Vision?
This morning I came from the market, when I was heading home, my body suddenly shook, my body was cold, my face was pale and my vision began to blur and the night was dark? I stopped for a moment with my mother until my eyes did not darken again. Not long after, I continued traveling with me on a ride, but my body was weak, my vision began to blur again. I drink sangobion and it’s getting better. Is my blood low? My friend who works at the puskesmas said that it was a symptom of typhus, please explain
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The symptoms you mentioned, which include trembling, coldness, pallor and blurred vision, usually result from the following conditions:
Anemia or lack of red blood cells Low blood pressure or hypotension Low blood sugar levels or hypoglycemia Heat stroke or heatstroke Dehydration or lack of fluids
Meanwhile, for the symptoms of typhus, it is not very specific because usually typhus is characterized by fever that fluctuates for days. The condition you experience, if you enter into one of the several possibilities above, is not a dangerous thing and can occur because you are eating late, tired, lack of fluid intake, heat after going to the market, or it could be menstrual conditions in women. This will generally improve with lifestyle improvements. However, if this condition occurs more frequently or the symptoms last for a long time, you should check with your doctor. At a minimum, your doctor will ask for blood tests to find out if there are certain conditions that require immediate treatment.
Meanwhile, don't force your body to do activities if you feel weak or not energized, make sure that you have eaten before starting the activity, keep your fluid needs up by drinking at least 8 glasses a day, consume nutrient-rich foods such as fruits, vegetables, meat , eggs, milk and so on, avoid cigarette smoke and stress, and do regular exercise to get a higher physical endurance. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa