Why Do I Often Have A Fever?
why do I often get sick with a fever, even though I rarely sunbathe at all, the fever must be really bad, my family is not like that, but what is my own consequence?
Hello Dai Suke, thank you for asking with HealthReplies.com.
Fever is the body's natural process to fight infection or when inflammation is happening in the body. The infection can be caused by a viral, bacterial, or parasitic infection. It is said that her body temperature has risen by more than 38 ° C with a thermometer. Some causes of your complaint include:
Respiratory infections Infection of the digestive tract Lung infection (pneumonia) Skin infections Dengue fever or dengue fever Typhoid fever Lack of fluids Good endurance will make us stronger against existing infections. Lack of nutritional intake, fatigue, lack of sleep, stress, have a history of allergies, lack of exercise will also make our immune system easily go down and susceptible to disease. It is better to consult with your doctor to find out the exact cause of your complaint, the doctor needs to dig deeper information, conduct a physical examination, or laboratory examination to determine the exact cause of your complaint.
You should also pay attention to the following danger signs such as: appearance of bleeding signs (nosebleeds, bleeding gums, vomiting blood, or black bowel movements), red spots appear on the body, shortness of breath, excessive nausea, vomiting, convulsions, or decreased awareness, you should immediately go to the nearest health facility.
Some things you can do at home include:
Consuming nutritious food Resting and getting enough sleep Drinking water at least 2 liters in one day Exercise regularly Avoid excessive stress or anxiety Avoiding cigarettes or cigarette smoke If there is a fever you can consume over-the-counter fever-reducing drugs such as paracetamol You can also read the article interesting following: Maintain Endurance
Hopefully this information can be useful for you.