Tongue That Feels Bitter, Body Uncomfortable, Chills, Chills, And Decreased Appetite?
In the evening, I was Yandi, at the age of 30 at first, my head was dizzy, then I got hot and cold all the way back and now I added my mouth to phit even if I didn’t want it because of the symptoms of any disease that could be typhus …
Good afternoon Yandi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. A bitter tongue, uncomfortable body, chills, chills, and no appetite and dizziness, are actually non-specific symptoms and can occur due to various possibilities, including:
Respiratory tract infection
And actually it can be anything, it could even be because your immune system is really low because maybe recently you have been tired, lack of sleep, have a lot of thoughts, or don't pay much attention to your diet. Our advice is that you should improve your lifestyle first by getting plenty of rest, consuming warm food and drinks, taking over-the-counter heat-reducing drugs, and avoiding stress and cigarette smoke.
If you find that your condition is not improving or your fever does not go down with the medicines you buy yourself, have your condition checked by your doctor for blood checks, especially after the third day of fever. With direct examination and supporting examinations in the form of blood tests, you will see a trend in your condition, and you can determine the appropriate treatment for you. So, hopefully it answers your question.