As they say, if you are not ill, then you died.
But everyone needs to understand the difference between normal soreness and something more serious. Audits of your body and pay special attention to whether you have changed something in the last few days. If you find any of these 6 symptoms, go to the doctor as soon as possible, advise physicians.
1. Weakness in the hands and feet
Numbness or weakness of the arms, legs or face can be a sign of stroke. Especially if these symptoms are observed only on one side of the body. Urgently ask for help, if, in addition, you suddenly became worse to see, experience severe headache, feel confusion or found problems with speech or understanding heard.
2. Chest pain
Sweating, pressure, shortness of breath or nausea accompanied by chest pain may indicate heart disease or a heart attack. Chest pain can also indicate a serious disease such as thrombosis. If you suddenly felt a heaviness and tightness in the chest, immediately call an ambulance. It is better to raise a false alarm than sorry.
3. Increased sensitivity and pain in the calf
These symptoms may be a sign of deep vein thrombosis. Mostly, pain appears while walking or long standing. In addition, your legs below the knees can redden and swell. If you notice these symptoms, call your doctor! It is very important to prevent the discharge of the clot, before it will block the flow of blood.
4. Blood in the urine
This may mean that you have kidney stones — small crystals composed of minerals and salts. They are formed in the kidneys and gradually move into the urinary tract. If you have often “run to the toilet” and feel a burning sensation when urinating, blood in the urine may indicate a kidney infection or bladder. If you see in the urine blood, but do not feel pain, it can be a sign of cancer of kidneys or bladder, so consult your doctor.
5. Shortness of breath
The cause of your shortness of breath, wheezing or whistling when breathing may be asthma, lung disease, severe allergies or exposure to chemicals. Another reason for the shortness of breath is pneumonia or bronchitis. If you have any breathing problems, immediately contact a doctor!
6. Suicidal thoughts
Contact the specialist, if for no reason feel trapped or have lost the will to live. Depression and anxiety are quite often accompanied by thoughts of suicide, so you’ll need the help of the therapist.
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