What Is The Cure For Heart Palpitations Dizziness, Nausea And Sweating?
Good morning doctor!rnI’m a 19 year old female, 46kg weightrnI often experience heart palpitations, dizziness and vertigo, accompanied by nausea and shortness of breath and sweating like I’ve been running for a long time. so I’m often very weak. Sometimes when I pee I feel dizzy for a moment. (This has been since high school)rnI also have trouble sleeping every day at night, even when I sleep I can wake up and get restless.rnrnI have a history of severe gastritis. I have eaten on time, I don’t drink coffee at all, but I still feel the condition. the years are getting worse the time span can even be hours or even days like now.rnRecently I often take omeprazole, paracetamol and finally cold medicine because I have the flu.rnrnHow did the doctor respond? Please help. thanks.
Hello, Elmiradaa, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
The symptoms you are experiencing can be caused by the following reasons:
1. Anemia, or lack of blood/hemoglobin. Anemia can be caused by many things, including iron and vitamin B12 deficiency, bleeding, and chronic disease. In this case, you are at risk for anemia due to long-standing gastritis. But to be sure, you still have to check directly with the doctor.
2. Electrolyte deficiency
3. Dehydration / lack of fluids
4. Hypotension / low blood pressure
5. Heart rhythm problems/arrhythmias
To be sure, check these symptoms to the doctor. The doctor will examine your physical and carry out supporting tests if indicated, such as complete blood tests, electrolytes, and heart records. Treatment depends on the cause. If no cause is found, the doctor will suspect a psychological cause. Here are some things you can do to help improve your symptoms:
1. 5. 19 19 a 12 12 increase consumption, from green vegetables , red meat , or iron supplements. In addition, take vitamin C to increase its absorption. But be careful if you have gastritis in taking iron supplements, consult your doctor first.
2. Sufficiently your fluid needs by drinking at least 8 glasses a day or adjusted to your daily activities.
3. Drink electrolyte drinks
5. Enough rest
6. Control your stress with meditation/prayer, recreation, and doing hobbies/activities you like
7. Control your gastritis by avoiding food/consuming things that are irritating to the stomach (coffee, chocolate, spicy, sour, alcohol, cigarettes, and some drugs such as certain pain relievers).
If these methods do not improve, or in the process it worsens, such as getting weaker, fainting, unconscious, shortness of breath, seek medical attention immediately.
So, hopefully useful.
dr. Sarah Rizqia