The Possibility Of Corona Infection When Breathing, Heart Palpitations, Accompanied By Sore Eyes And Colds
AssalamualaikumDok if breathing beats fast why ?? Da eyes feel sore, for coughing is not there, but the flu is not too severe, it’s been raining in 3 days, is it included corona virus symptoms or symptoms of the common cold huh? Thank you
Thank you for the question.
Increased breathing and heartbeat, accompanied by sore eyes and colds may refer to Corona disease (COVID-19), or may not. Stingy eyes and colds most often indicate inflammation, such as around your eyes or nasal cavity. Aside from infections, including Corona virus infections, inflammation in the eyes and nasal cavity can also be caused by allergies, irritation, foreign body entry, exposure to dry air, side effects of drugs, impaired immunity, and many other factors. This inflammation can eventually make the production of stress hormones increase, until finally the frequency of breathing and heart rate also increases.
Differentiating whether your complaint is related to Corona's disease or not can be easily observed by reviewing possible risk factors. If you have never traveled to an area that reports COVID-19 local transmission, if you have never been in contact with someone who is from an area that reports local COVID-19 transmission, and if you have never been in contact with COVID-19 sufferers themselves, it is likely less likely you can get infected with COVID-19.
Better, you first resolve your complaint by:
Get more rest
Cold compresses your eyes, such as with ice cubes or cooled spoons
Use protective glasses and masks when outdoors activities
Stay away from contact with air conditioners, fans, dry air, dust, pollution, smoke, and other allergens
Don't overdo drinking caffeinated and carbonated drinks
Don't worry too much or excessive stress
However, if with the above efforts your complaint does not improve, we suggest, consult yourself directly to the doctor so that the best solution is provided. Could be, later you will be directed to see an eye doctor or ENT doctor if it is felt necessary.
Hope this helps ...