The Cause Of Pale Skin And Cold Body?
Good morning,. I want to ask a few things.
Hello Vina, thank you for asking.
Events like the one above are actually not easy to predict why, unless the doctor conducts a direct examination. Pale, cold skin shows reduced blood flow which carries oxygen to peripheral tissue (peripheral tissue). In conditions where blood pressure is lower than normal, or the amount of plasma fluid in the blood vessels decreases, the body will respond by reducing blood flow to the peripheral tissues. The goal is that vital tissues such as the brain, lungs, and heart still get an adequate supply of oxygen and nutrients in these conditions.
Lack of oxygen to the brain tissue will cause a person to lose consciousness or experience awareness. Someone will faint, seizure, or not respond. Of course the cause must be further investigated. For example, doctors must look for the presence or absence:
Decreased organ function.
The effect of certain drugs.
Therefore, it is better if there is an incident like that, try to lay the person on a hard base. Loosen the clothes. Do not flock to the person, because it will make it difficult to take oxygen. Don't give drink or eat. Watch for pulse and breathing. If not, call for help immediately.
Thus a brief explanation that I can give. Hopefully enough to broaden your horizons. Regards.