The Heart Feels Pounding Accompanied By Fatigue?
Hello. I want to ask you, I often feel worried, anxious, anxious, even when I don’t feel like my heart is beating fast, then I don’t sleep at the right time and feel tired quickly. Do you think this is called lack of blood? Please answer and give solutions how to solve it
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Anemia is a condition in which the hemoglobin level, the red blood substance, is lower than normal. This hemoglobin has an important role in transporting oxygen to all tissues. Therefore, if anemia occurs, the body will compensate for this lack of oxygen supply by increasing the work of the heart. This is what makes the heart feel beating faster and faster. In addition, low blood hemoglobin can also cause sufferers to experience weakness, drowsiness, difficulty concentrating, fatigue, pallor, shortness of breath, blurred vision, even decreased consciousness.
Maybe, the complaints you feel are caused by anemia. This condition can be triggered by decreased red blood cell production (for example due to iron or folic acid deficiency), bleeding (for example due to gastric ulcers, hemorrhoids, excessive menstruation), or increased destruction of red blood cells in the spleen (for example due to hereditary spherocytosis disease, thalassemia).
However, apart from anemia, there are many other conditions that can trigger excessive anxiety, increased heart rate, difficulty sleeping, and fatigue, including:
Excessive anxiety disorder Panic attacks Consumption of excessive caffeine or alcohol Hyperthyroidism (hyperactive thyroid gland) Dropout syndrome, nicotine withdrawal Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) Side effects of drugs, etc. You should check your complaint directly with your doctor for the best treatment possible. detect possible anemia, in addition to a physical evaluation, your doctor may also recommend that you undergo a blood test. In addition, in order to rule out other possible causes as mentioned above, the doctor may also perform other supporting examinations, for example X-rays, thyroid function prints, psychiatric interviews, and so on. If necessary, you can be referred to a specialist doctor who is right in accordance with your condition.
As an initial handling, resolve your complaint with the following efforts:
Sleep more regularly 6 to 8 hours a day Get used to sleeping early, don't be too late at night Exercise every 2 to 3 days, for example jogging, cycling, aerobics Calm your mind, socialize more with the environment Recognize things that make you anxious, and manage them the anxiety wisely Busy yourself with constructive activities. Stay away from smoking, alcohol, drugs Stay away from excessive caffeine too Hope it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah