The Cause Of Pain In The Left Side Of The Body Every Night?
night. I am a 21 year old student. every evening the left side of my body feels pain starting from the hands, fingers, back of the left side, left chest, left leg, and my left breast. this situation had occurred during high school but now reappears again. I guess what is the cause?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. There are not many possibilities that can explain why there is specific pain in the left side of the body and it only happens every night. This is because all these organs are actually relatively far apart. Another case when the pain, for example, centered on the fingers, wrists, to the shoulders, which is still a component of the hand. Especially with the fact that you feel the pain only when it is late at night, which the body actually does not know whether it is daytime, evening, or late night exactly.
Therefore, there are only two possibilities that can occur, namely neurological disorders and psychological disorders. Suspected of nerve disorders because all parts of the body that you mentioned have a common thread with nerves which ultimately lead to the same source, the brain, as shown in people who have a stroke and symptoms of weakness of half the body, and suspected psychological disorders due to good psychological disorders anxiety, tension, stress, deep sadness and so on do have the ability to make the body feel a variety of symptoms, such as abdominal pain arising, pain throughout the limbs, moving around, dizziness, even due to psychological disorders, a person can really really felt himself paralyzed, even though he wasn't crazy and actually tried to walk.
Therefore, to be able to ascertain what is really happening to you, and whether there is other information that can increase the likelihood of illness that you experience, you should check yourself to the doctor. By digging history in two directions, related physical examinations, and possibly supports such as blood tests and x-rays, you can better identify the tendency of your condition and choose the right treatment, including when referral, whether to a neurologist, psychiatrist, or other doctor.
In the meantime, try to be more relaxed, relaxed, and ask yourself if you have problems in your daily activities. Try not to worry first that you will feel pain when it is approaching night, and rest is sufficient. Avoid cigarette smoke, regular exercise, and consumption of nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables, fruit and drink plenty of water. So, hopefully answering your question.