Why If The Pain Lasts A Long Time And How To Deal With Fever, Flu And Dizziness?
..I want to ask I am a woman aged 22 years and I very often sleep as two o’clock 12, especially when I have a lot of tasks I can sleep at 3 o’clock 4 in the morning. Since the last 2 years I rarely get sick, but once I get sick, even though it’s just the flu, the recovery can take up to 2 weeks. I was once sick and checked blood, urine, etc., everything was normal but my pain did not go away. The doctor only said I was tired and didn’t drink enough water. But I got to the doctor 3 times and mutually changed prescriptions for bs to heal and it took about 2 weeks to recover. now I’m on fku and it hasn’t been cured for 3 days, either the flu, the headache or the fever, after taking vitamin fan flu medication. What should I pay attention to in my lifestyle so that if I get sick the process of healing and recovering quickly? Thank you
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A good quality and quantity of sleep plays a very important role in maintaining immunity, including due to illnesses such as flu, cough, fever, and so on. Poor sleep habits can have an impact on decreasing endurance, so you will get sick more easily and illness tends to take longer to heal. Not only that, poor sleep patterns can also cause you to have difficulty concentrating, memory loss, impaired metabolism, and also increase your risk of experiencing various types of diseases, such as heart attack, hypertension, diabetes, and sudden death. Therefore, if there is no urgent need, you should remain disciplined in your sleep.
Apart from being a result of an unhealthy sleep pattern, your condition which is prone to falling ill can also be caused by a variety of other factors, including:
Inadequate nutritional intake Lack of exercise Smoking habits Taking drugs carelessly (including immune system suppressant drugs, antibiotics) Experiencing diseases that reduce the immune system, such as HIV, diabetes, etc. In addition to the above conditions, flu, headaches, and fever as you like nature can also be more difficult to cure if you have a talent for allergies, are frequently exposed to respiratory irritants (such as pollution, smoke), are in close contact with people who have respiratory infections, or also have certain respiratory problems (such as cystic fibrosis), and so.
We recommend that you check yourself directly to a doctor or ENT specialist so that further evaluation of possible triggers for your various complaints. If deemed necessary, usually the doctor will also recommend that you undergo additional examinations, for example X-rays, blood tests, and so on so that the management of your disease can be done with an appropriate target.
Initial suggestions that you should do at this time:
Improve sleep patterns, get used to going to bed early, don't be too late Get enough sleep 6 to 8 hours a day If you don't sleep at night, change it during the day Be diligent in exercising Avoid excessive exposure to respiratory irritants Increase your intake of vitamin C in the food you eat Stay away cigarettes If you are in a dirty and polluting environment, use a mask. Don't be too tiring. Hope it helps.