Trembling Body Accompanied By Feeling Of Heat And Cold And Nausea And No Appetite?
In the afternoon I want to ask for a solution, I have had 3 days of fever and I rarely eat during illness, suddenly my fever is healed then my body keeps trembling and my stomach feels nauseous, why is that? Thank you
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Based on the information you give, body trembling accompanied by nausea that you feel can be caused by a condition of lack of nutrition from food that can trigger symptoms of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar levels). Foods that contain carbohydrates and other types of sweet foods / drinks are a source of blood sugar which has an important function for the organs in the body. If there is a decrease in blood sugar levels, various symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, trembling, weakness, until loss of consciousness or fainting can occur. Other nutritional deficiencies can also interfere with metabolic processes in the body, which can trigger these symptoms and also make the body more susceptible to other disorders / diseases.
In addition, the infection process can also be a cause of perceived complaints. Disturbances in the stomach due to increased production of stomach acid can also trigger nausea accompanied by stomach discomfort. Stomach disorders can also be triggered by irregular eating patterns, fatigue, stress and bacterial infections that can irritate the stomach. Other conditions such as dehydration / lack of body fluids can also cause the body to become limp and trembling which is often accompanied by a dark / thicker urine.
You do not need to worry, by improving your diet, eating regular meals every day with a full and balanced portion, meeting your body's daily fluid needs, getting enough rest and avoiding exhausting activities can reduce your symptoms. Medications for stomach disorders such as antacida or nausea can be taken based on the advice of the treating doctor.
If the symptoms get worse, do not hesitate to do the examination to the nearest doctor so that further evaluation can be done.
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