The Reason For The Whole Body Feels Like Paralysis?
Dr., I’m Yoseph, 38 years old. Want to ask why when you wake up in the morning the legs are calf cramps, and the ankle hurts can’t move up or down, so walk like an org stroke, then squat down then wake up rather difficult pain in the right thigh muscle, then on the wrist also felt weak, suddenly seemed to run out of muscle fitness alone. What else if sneezing and coughing can not plonk / loose, in the stomach pain Because it’s all Dr.There is the solution? And what kind of illness is that, I am afraid to sleep, because once a limb could not be moved paralyzed, only my head. Please explain and eat what must be maintained, and this wa me Dr. 088983250281
Good evening Yoseph, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. The condition you are experiencing is likely to occur because of more than one thing. Starting from cramps, cramps in the legs can occur because you lack of mineral intake, such as magnesium, potassium and calcium which can be obtained from milk, meat or vegetables. Another possibility, the condition of cramps that you experience can occur due to injury, lack of fluids, infections, kidney disease, and even side effects of drugs. But among them all, the most common cause is due to lack of mineral intake.
It could also be that pain arises due to arthritis, which is caused by infection, gout, or abnormalities of the immune system. This causes various movement problems that you experience. Then for weak wrists, and muscles that harden after exercising, this could be due to lack of warming and you force yourself too much to exercise. To walk like a stroke person, this needs to be clarified again. Because, stroke people do not have a special way of walking. If what you mean is limping, then this does not necessarily indicate a stroke and can occur due to various other factors.
Finally, for the body feels paralyzed when sleeping. It could be that you experience is sleep paralysis. This indeed sounds scary to some people, but there is nothing to worry about and there is also nothing that needs to be dealt with immediately. If you smoke, have irregular sleep patterns, consume alcohol, and consume lots of caffeine, avoid all of it because it can increase the likelihood of someone experiencing sleep paralysis.
In essence, the best step you can take now is to check yourself with a doctor, especially a bone doctor for an examination of related organs. Because without a direct examination, it is difficult to gather information that can be useful in establishing the diagnosis and determine the best treatment for you. With a check, your doctor will be able to sort out, what symptoms can be collected and treated as a particular diagnosis, and which should be separated and stand alone.
Meanwhile, maintain an ideal body weight, avoid the triggers we mentioned earlier, exercise regularly with proper warm up, eat a healthy diet with a balanced diet, compress the painful part or cramps with warm compresses, and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.