The Cause Is Often Dizziness And Yellowed Palms?
Thank you for the question.
Decreased appetite, dizziness, and palms and eyes that are no longer bright do not always refer to serious illness. It could be that your complaints are purely due to fatigue, stress, lack of sleep, or hormonal fluctuations (usually before menstruation or early pregnancy). But indeed, in some rare cases, your complaints can also occur related to an illness, for example a viral or bacterial infection (such as hepatitis, typhoid fever, intestinal worms), malnutrition, anemia, hypoglycemia, dehydration, liver or gallbladder disorders , malignancy, heart problems, psychological disorders, and so on.
Without examining you directly, it is certainly difficult to ascertain the exact conditions that underlie your complaints. However, if indeed you feel very disturbed by this complaint, we recommend that you go directly to see your doctor or doctor of internal medicine, yes. In addition to interviews and physical examination, if you suspect that there is an illness, the doctor may later direct you to undergo blood test, ultrasound, or other supporting tests.
In the meantime, what you can do to improve your complaints is:
Keep eating, even if you don't have an appetite, eat small portions but often vary your food types so that your appetite increases Drink 2-3 liters of water a day, especially water Don't sleep too late at night Keep diligently exercising for at least 30 minutes every 1-2 days Keep heavy Your ideal body Do not just take any medication or supplements, without a prescription from a doctor. Hope it helps.