Thinner Body, Difficulty Breathing When Exhausted?
afternoon I want to ask, is this a disease in the neighborhood of my neighbor ?? I guess, what kind of disease is it … the characteristics of a thin body, if you breathe in distress, if you feel tired again … more or less, contagious GK yes … r ncoal, Dy often give food but you throw it away .. we are afraid it is contagious …
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Thin body and difficulty in breathing do not always indicate an illness. A comprehensive examination is needed, starting from a physical examination, in-depth interviews, to further examinations, for example laboratories, X-rays, ultrasound, and so on.
A person's body can tend to be thinner without doing certain dietary patterns, for example due to genetic influence (heredity). It could also, a person's body becomes thinner due to being on a diet, fatigue, or also suffering from certain diseases, for example digestive disorders (such as intestinal inflammation, gastroenteritis), hypothyroidism, diabetes, chronic infections (such as tuberculosis, intestinal worms), malignancy (cancer), immune disorders (such as HIV, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis), to other chronic diseases. It could also, the body becomes thinner due to mental disorders, such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anorexia, bulimia, and so on.
The condition of your neighbors who often seem to have difficulty breathing can also be a natural thing due to fatigue, obesity, or being irritated in their respiratory tract (such as due to exposure to smoke or pollution). It could also, breathing difficulties arise due to allergies, disorders of the respiratory tract (eg bronchitis, pleural effusion, pneumothorax, asthma), disorders of the digestive tract (eg gastritis, GERD, peptic ulcers), disorders of the heart (eg cardimiopathy, heart valve disorders ), anemia, kidney disorders, psychosomatic disorders, panic attacks, and so on.
Not always, the conditions above can be transmitted easily, including through the consumption of food processed in the same place. Therefore, you should not be overly prejudiced.
If you feel that your neighbor's condition is quite alarming, or has the potential to transmit the disease to those around him, you better give him the understanding to check his complaint to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. That way, the doctor can certainly detect the possibility of diseases in his body, including when needed special management to overcome them.
At this time, you should encourage positive thinking, but stay alert. Do not isolate the neighbor for no apparent reason. In fact, if indeed your neighbor is sick, then your job as one of the closest people will play a role in supporting his recovery.
Hope this helps ...