The Cause Of Headaches Accompanied By Shortness Of Breath And Fever?
Good morning. After mild exercise, the head feels dizzy, shortness of breath, body fever arrives.
Hello Babang, thank you for asking.
In people who really rarely exercise or do physical activity, sometimes even mild physical activity can cause symptoms as above. Generally the symptoms as mentioned, occur due to poor stamina. The body's response to adequate tissue oxygenation when metabolism increases is less than optimal. As a result, tissues in various organs experience hypoxia, or lack of oxygen. Symptoms include dizziness or headache, dark vision, difficulty breathing, nausea, sometimes accompanied by chest pain.
If you have been exercising regularly and usually do not have symptoms, but suddenly symptomatic as above, it is also possible that there are indeed disorders of the heart and blood vessels. Disorders may be in the form of reduced tissue perfusion due to narrowing or blockage of blood vessels, or due to a disturbed function of the heart pump.
You can consult about this with an internist or a cardiologist. The doctor will perform a general physical examination and perform supporting examinations, such as chest X-ray and echocardiography. The doctor will assess the condition of the heart chamber and the functioning of the heart pump. If there really is a problem, the doctor will suggest the right course of action. You can help increase your stamina by staying away from smoking, alcohol, and excessive caffeine consumption. Limit eating foods high in salt and sugar.
Thus the information I can give. I hope this helps. Regards.