The Cause Is Often Feeling Weak, Heart Palpitations, Dizziness And Weight Gain Dramatically?
Morning … I want to ask, I’m 31 years old, seeing feeling weak, feeling tired, heart palpitations, sudden dizziness and weight gain drastically but eating me a little. What are the signs of hypothyroidism? First, I have surgery for gallstones and my gall has been removed … Please explain, thank you …
Thank you for the question.
Lackiness, fatigue, palpitations, dizziness, and a drastic increase in body weight may result from hypothyroidism, maybe not. Hypothyroidism itself refers to a disorder in which the thyroid gland which is supposed to produce the thyroxine hormone becomes hypoactive, so that the hormone it produces is even less. The cause of this condition can be due to autoimmune disorders, excessive response to handling hyperthyroidism, side effects of thyroid gland surgery, side effects of radiation therapy or consumption of certain drugs, congenital abnormalities, pituitary gland disorders, pregnancy, iodine deficiency, and so on. Although it can cause complaints above, often sufferers of hypothyroidism will actually feel their heart rate slowing, not palpitations as you feel.
In addition to hypothyroidism, various other conditions may also trigger your complaints, such as hormonal fluctuations (such as when you are pregnant or about to start menstruation), rhythm or heart valve disorders, kidney disorders, swelling of the heart, electrolyte balance disorders, viral or bacterial infections, anemia, metabolic disorders , malignancies, immune disorders, psychosomatic disorders, drug side effects, liver disorders, sac or gallbladder disorders, and so on.
This condition should be checked directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine if it feels very disturbing. Further tests, for example laboratories, ultrasound, x-rays, etc. may be done by a doctor before giving you certain treatments.
In the meantime, the best thing to do is:
Increase exercise so that stamina is more awake
Sleep early and regularly
Limit consumption of foods that contain a lot of salt
Don't stress or worry too much
Stay away from alcohol, drugs, especially cigarettes
Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription
Hope this helps ...