Weak Body, Easily Tired, And Dizzy, And Easily Hungry For 3 Months?
I want to ask, it’s been almost 3 months I feel unwell without knowing the cause of the body’s weakness, the body is cpk and continues without doing any activity, dizzy, I’ve gone to the doctor he said stomach acid, really if stomach acid can cause it dizzy limp cpk eyes look blurry huh. but my appetite can also increase maybe up to 5 x but the body still just limp. sometimes when I sleep, I cough and have shortness of breath. the strange thing is again 5 minutes after I put rice I can be hungry again. and the bb immediately went up, but the body was still weak and dizzy.
Hello good morning Dewi.
Complaints of weakness, fatigue, and headaches (such as loss of balance), and easy hunger can indeed be caused by stomach acid disease. In addition, these complaints can also be a symptom of several other conditions, including:
anemia (lack of hemoglobin levels in the blood) diabetes (diabetes) low blood sugar is experiencing chronic infections, such as TB infection, viral infections that weaken the body's immune system electrolyte disorders, psychological disorders such as stress, depression, etc. It is recommended that you do an examination. Repeat to the previous doctor or other doctor (especially an internal medicine specialist), considering that the complaint you feel has been going on for a long time, namely 3 months. The doctor will explore the complaint in detail, carry out a physical examination, and support examinations such as blood lab tests, chest X-rays, and so on if deemed necessary.
Meanwhile, here are some suggestions that you can do at home:
get enough rest by sleeping 6-8 hours a day. Adequate the body's need for fluids by consuming at least 8 glasses of water a day consuming foods high in vitamins and minerals. Expand foods that contain protein and are high in calories to provide energy for the body. You can take supplements that contain vitamins to meet the body's need for vitamins and other important substances
That's all, hope it helps.
Greetings, dr. Denisa