Ari ni kepala aku pening, ari ni badan aku lesu, ari ni tekak aku sakit, ari jugak aku mula start batuk..... semua tanda-tanda sudah kelihatan... tunggu masa jer nak demam ni.... tapi aku tak rasa demam aku ni disebabkan jangkitan virus atau bakteria... Aku suspect mesti disebabkan badan yang lesu akibat kekurangan electrolite dalam badan..... 2-3 menjak ni cuaca amat panas.... aku ni pulak jenis yang kurang minum air... selalunya aku akan minum pada awal pagi dan juga pada waktu makan tgh hari ajer.... Apa yang aku perlu buat sekarang ni cuma lah lebih rehat dan dapatkan sebotol 100 plus.... InsyaAllah, ok la lepas tu.....
Oleh kerana kepala tgh jem akibat kepeningan... aku berenti setakat ni ajer lah.... sesaper yang rasa rugi baca blog aku ari ni.. sori la yea.... Ni aku paste serba sikit tentang Weakness(kelesuan) dan electrolytes imbalance... kalau ader yang tak paham tu sila la bertanya.
General weakness often occurs after you have done too much activity at one time, such as by taking an extra-long hike. You may feel weak and tired, or your muscles may be sore. These sensations usually go away within a few days.
In rare cases, generalized muscle weakness may be caused by another health problem, such as:
- Problems with the thyroid gland, which regulates the way the body uses energy.
- A low thyroid level (hypothyroidism) can cause fatigue, weakness, lethargy, weight gain, depression, memory problems, constipation, dry skin, intolerance to cold, coarse and thinning hair, brittle nails, or a yellowish tint to the skin.
- A high thyroid level (hyperthyroidism) can cause fatigue, weight loss, increased heart rate, intolerance to heat, sweating, irritability, anxiety, muscle weakness, and thyroid enlargement.
- Guillain-Barré syndrome, a rare nerve disorder that causes weakness in the legs, arms, and other muscles and that can progress to complete paralysis.
- Myasthenia gravis, a rare, chronic disorder that causes weakness and rapid muscle fatigue.
- A problem with the minerals (electrolytes) found naturally in the body, such as low levels of potassium or sodium.
Muscle weakness that is slowly getting worse requires a visit to a health professional.
Sudden muscle weakness and loss of function in one area of the body can indicate a serious problem within the brain (such as a stroke or transient ischemic attack) or spinal cord or with a specific nerve in the body.Electrolytes and electrolyte imbalances
Electrolytes are minerals found naturally in the body, such as potassium, calcium, sodium, and magnesium. Electrolytes are needed to keep the body's balance of fluids at the proper level and to maintain normal functions, such as heart rhythm, muscle contraction, and brain function.
If the body's electrolytes are not in proper balance, a person may have seizures, an irregular heartbeat, muscle weakness, and other problems. Electrolyte imbalances can be caused by a variety of health conditions, such as chronic heart or kidney disease, endocrine diseases (such as problems with the adrenal, pituitary, thyroid, or parathyroid glands), eating disorders, or bone disorders. Any condition that causes the body to lose too much water (such as diarrhea, vomiting, fever, or taking medications called diuretics) can also lead to an electrolyte imbalance.