What Is The Cure For This Disease?
Hello, I am 17 years old nI entered rabana kasidah this event is the month of fasting, I just entered 2016, my complaint is that before performing I often tremble, fear, sweat cold, don’t focus, and my eyes are confused and I feel like I want to fall, and I don’t appear every time I pray, my ceremony is often like that, of course I can’t stand for long, the complaint happened in 2017 and until now, and when I was 2016 I had no complaints like that, and when I eat half-cooked duck eggs I don’t feel he complained, and I often go to the doctor and until now I still feel the complaint ,,,, nThe doctor said, my illness, lack of blood, blood pressure, eye pain, and now 2018 is almost time to appear, every night I feel afraid of disease it happens again, hopefully the doctor can provide a solution for me
Hi Agnes Fadlan .. Thank you for the question.
Complaints of easy shaking, cold sweat, dizziness can occur because of the following things:
Anemia - lack of red blood cells containing hemoglobin which functions to deliver oxygen throughout the body. So that the patient will look pale, easily ellah, palpitations, vision dizziness, shortness of breath. Low blood pressure Hypoglycemia - a condition in which the level of sugar in the blood is low. This can occur due to a lack of glucose intake in the body. Symptoms that arise are: tired, trembling, drowsiness, difficulty concentrating. The trembling and unfocused feeling that you experience when you are about to perform can occur because of nervousness and the influence of your psyche because of the fear of the same thing happening. What you can do is stay focused and eliminate distracting thoughts, keep yourself busy with positive activities, do other things when your fears start to arise, and practice enough. In addition, the consumption of nutritious food, adequate rest, to increase your Hb, you can consume blood-boosting substances along with the consumption of meat, green vegetables, beans, milk, cheese, and vitamin C. And still consult with the doctor who treats you so far.
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