Pay attention to these 6 signals from the body,

The body is like a garden. Only when everyone pays close attention to it and devotes painstaking efforts can it flourish.

Many people usually don’t pay much attention to their physical feelings, In particular, when the illness does not appear to be very serious, it may not attract the attention of the owner of the [garden], but in some cases, these physical signals are actually warnings and should be paid attention to. What are the situations that belong to this kind of [propping up] [no big deal], but in fact it is necessary to seek medical treatment?

1. Limb weakness

If the arms, legs or face feel weak or numb, it is likely to be the precursor of stroke. Especially for the elderly, when these conditions occur on only one side of the body, special attention should be paid to the possibility of stroke.

Another manifestation of stroke is difficulty in maintaining balance, feeling dizzy, or feeling difficult to walk.

All the above mentioned are changes in the body’s mobility or feeling, but in fact, stroke may also affect other senses of people. For example, some stroke patients will also feel blurred vision, severe headache, trance, or suddenly unable to understand what others are saying, or unable to correctly express themselves and speak clearly.

Because stroke is so complicated and diversified, don’t try to judge your illness by yourself, you should see a doctor in time.

The other two benefits of medical treatment are that, Stop the development of the disease in time, Reduce the degree of sequelae. The course of stroke is reversible, that is to say, the stroke condition controlled in time is possible to completely recover. When stroke occurs, if anticoagulants are used in time within 4.5 hours of the first symptom attack, the risk of permanent physical disability caused by stroke can be greatly reduced.

Again, don’t delay seeing a doctor until the end, please call 120 immediately or go to the nearest hospital as soon as possible accompanied by your family.

2. Chest pain

Any type of chest pain, Especially with sweating, suffocation, shortness of breath or nausea, It should be evaluated by medical professionals immediately. Because chest pain or chest tightness may be a sign of heart disease or heart attack, these symptoms are easy to occur after exercise, which is caused by the increase of oxygen demand and blood circulation demand after exercise, resulting in an increase in cardiac function load.

Generally, the manifestation of chest pain attack is that the chest feels squeezed or feels as uncomfortable as a heavy stone. It will relieve after a few minutes, but it will attack again.

In addition to the possible signs of heart disease or heart attack mentioned just now, it may also be other conditions. Even professionals cannot be sure without any examination, because there are many other conditions that may cause chest pain or chest tightness, such as pulmonary artery thrombosis.

Because of this, it is necessary to seek medical treatment in time when chest pain attacks, which can clarify the cause of chest pain attacks and ensure the life safety of patients to the greatest extent. Therefore, if you feel chest pain attacks, you must not try to be brave or keep lucky psychology, and seek help quickly.

Step 3: Breathing

Respiratory diseases should be treated regularly in time. If you have dyspnea or whistle in your throat when breathing, seek medical treatment quickly.

Agarwal said: “Without emergency diagnosis and treatment, patients will soon become difficult to breathe, resulting in very serious consequences.”

Asthma, lung diseases, allergies, and chemical irritations can all cause respiratory problems. Your doctor can help you find out the cause and treatment. If you have asthma, the specialist will formulate a plan to control your asthma and prevent sudden attacks.

Pneumonia and bronchitis can also cause wheezing. Have you coughed up yellow or green sputum, fever or shortness of breath? If so, then you may suffer from bronchitis or even pneumonia. [See a doctor immediately at this time] Teitelbaum said.

4. Dull pain on the back of the lower leg

The dorsal side of the lower leg is what we call the “foot belly” in our daily life. When the dorsal side of the lower leg [small belly] is painful for no reason, it may be the manifestation of thrombosis in the leg, which is medically called deep vein thrombosis.

Deep vein thrombosis is easy to occur when one remains inactive for a long time. For example, long-distance planes or patients who are bedridden for a long time due to illness will increase the possibility of deep vein thrombosis.

Some people may feel the presence of this thrombus while standing or walking. At the same time, people with thrombus may have swelling in their calves. Another manifestation is that deep vein thrombosis may cause local redness, swelling and heat pain, which is different from the pain after exercise. If you carefully look at your calves, you will find such a difference.

If you suspect that you have friends with deep vein thrombosis, you can also do an examination called Humans sign:

Bend your toes upward. If you feel pain, this is the meaning of positive signs. This positive result indicates that there may be thrombosis.

However, friends, don’t rely entirely on this positive sign. The function of this sign is only [prompt]. More importantly, it is necessary to observe whether one limb has fever, redness and swelling. If these symptoms are present, or you can’t judge them, you need to go to the nearest emergency room in time.

By the way, Because deep vein thrombosis can cause very serious complications, For example, blocking blood vessels causes hypoxia and necrosis of local limbs. When thrombus falls off from lower limbs and flows to the heart with blood flow, it may even cause life danger. Therefore, it is very important to find the thrombus as soon as possible and find a doctor to ablate the thrombus before it causes further damage.

5. Blood in urine

There are several reasons that may lead to blood in urine, ranging from light to heavy:

1. Kidney stones (usually accompanied by lumbar or dorsal pain):

If you see blood in your urine, accompanied by severe waist or back pain, then you are likely to have kidney stones.

Kidney stones are tiny crystals formed by precipitation of minerals and salts. They move in the urethra and are mixed in urine. Doctors can do X-ray or B-ultrasound examination to determine whether the patient really has urethral stones.

Most kidney stones will eventually be discharged from the body. But sometimes if the shape or size of the stone is too special, the doctor must eliminate the kidney stones.

2. Cystitis or nephritis (usually accompanied by frequent urination, urgent urination or burning sensation)

If you find blood in your urine and feel urgent, frequent and burning in your urine, you may suffer from cystitis or nephritis. Inflammatory diseases usually cause systemic reactions, such as fever, so when you find blood in your urine and have a fever, don’t wait and see a doctor.

3. Bladder or kidney cancer

If you only urinate blood without pain, then it may be kidney cancer or bladder cancer. I don’t need to say more. Don’t try to find other unreliable methods to solve such problems except doctors.

6. Depressed Emotions

Depressive symptoms are a problem that many people ignore. Many people think that this is just a temporary unhappiness? In our previous article (is depression really just unhappy? ) mentioned that the harm of depression can be very great. Identifying depression and ordinary unhappiness requires professional help.

Everyone is depressed sometimes, but when you feel that your life is in trouble and there is no hope and you have lost the motivation to live, ask a doctor/psychological consultant for help. They can help you through the crisis.

If your place does not have perfect psychological counseling services, there are still two ways:

1. Pay attention to the [psychologist] number of our WeChat, and you can directly tell it your problems;

2. Contact Beijing Psychological Crisis Research and Intervention Center at 8008101117, which is also free of charge 24 hours a day throughout the year.

Responsible Editor: Cat Capricorn