Weakness, Headache To The Neck, Aching In The Joints Of The Hands And Feet, Trembling, And Difficult BAB?
, I am 18 years old, last night I cried because I was depressed and always blamed myself. When I woke up in the morning I felt my body go limp and feel pain in my head to the back of my neck, my position was still lying down when I also felt pain such as tense muscles in the arms, and aching in the joints of the hands and feet, when I change the position of sitting and standing still there is no difference in pain, and when I walk both of my leg joints aching to skedar support my body standing, when down the stairs my legs tremble , my body also does not have a fever, and I have also been difficult for the chapters for several days, even though I always drink 1.5l bottles of drinking every day and consume yogurt and papaya, but still constipated until now, why me? just because I cried last night, my body got sick like this. Thank you in advance.
Thank you for the question.
Deep psychological pressure can in some cases trigger a variety of physical complaints, including weakness, headaches to the neck, tension in the arms, aching in the joints of the hands and feet, trembling, and difficult to defecate as you experience. The exact cause of the emergence of various physical complaints is actually still not clearly known. However, most experts believe that this occurs due to increased nerve impulses to various organs triggered by increased production of stress hormones and changes in the activity of various chemical compounds in the brain. In the medical realm, these conditions are called psychosomatic disorders.
However, in addition to psychological stresses that you experience, your complaints can also arise because there are certain organic disorders, such as digestive infections or other organ systems, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, intestinal inflammation, metabolic disorders, nerve nerves, diabetic neuropathy, thyroid gland disorders, lack of neuritropic nutrition, multiple sclerosis, and so on.
Therefore, if you have not seen a doctor, you should not make conclusions too early on your condition. Check with your doctor first so that you can do more in-depth interviews, physical examinations, or supporting tests, such as blood tests, x-rays, CT scans, ultrasound, and so on. Maybe also, if your complaint does not improve with medical treatment, you can later be referred to the right specialist doctor, such as a neurologist, internal medicine, and so on.
What you can do now:
Exercise every day, for at least 30 minutes of session, especially stretching sports
Compress the parts of the body that feel painful, tense, and ache with warm water
Expand to eat foods rich in vitamins B1, B6, B12, calcium, magnesium, potassium, as well as other vitamins and minerals
Maintain your ideal body weight
Rest for at least 6 hours a day
Be more diligent in eating fruits and vegetables that are rich in fiber
Do not consume alcohol, stay away from cigarettes
If overwritten by a problem, try to be strong, sincere, do not blame yourself or anyone, find the best solution for the problem, not just think it is too complicated
A time to do meditation, relaxation, and self-introspection
Hope this helps ...