What Is The Remedy For A Hot Head And Stomach?
Mlm doctor … I want to ask … how do you do it if a person is pregnant but there are many symptoms … I feel the heat then the stomach and head feels like pnas in it … the body doesn’t feel sweaty, it’s also weak, there’s no need to let it be so oun a hungry stomach … thanks to the solution
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Need to clarify, how old are you in your current pregnancy? Is there a history of certain diseases that you suffered from before?
Hormonal changes during pregnancy often make mothers-to-be feel uncomfortable. This complaint is usually the most severe in a young pregnancy, namely the first trimester of pregnancy. This happens because the pregnancy hormone (beta hCG hormone) produced by the placenta (placenta) will continue to increase its production until it reaches its peak around the 12th to 20th week of pregnancy. This condition is also a possibility that underlies your complaints.
Various complaints can arise related to hormonal changes during pregnancy, including chills, nausea, fever or pain in the gut, dizziness, headache, weakness, fatigue, decreased appetite, increased sensitivity to odors, difficulty sleeping, fluctuations an extremely drastic and rapid mood, and so on. Do not rule out, these complaints continue to an older gestational age in sensitive people.
However, in addition to normal conditions due to hormonal changes, the complaints you feel may also indicate a disease, for example rheumatoid arthritis, viral or bacterial infection, gastric ulcers, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), psychosomatic disorders, and so on.
Therefore, if you feel very disturbed by all these complaints, you should still get it checked by a doctor or obstetrician. That way, it can be determined, whether special handling is needed to relieve your complaints, or just make observations and lifestyle modifications so that the complaints improve on their own.
The following steps you can take to help relieve your complaint:
Eat more regularly, reduce foods that are too spicy so as not to cause a burning sensation in the stomach
Vary the daily diet so that your appetite increases
Calm your mind, do not be overly sad, stressed, or anxious
Do lots of relaxation, light exercise
Sleep more regularly, avoid staying up late, stay away from excessive caffeine
Compress the hot stomach with cool water to make it feel more comfortable
Do not take drugs carelessly during pregnancy
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah