I lived in an era of lack of oxygen in Tibet. Some time ago, I often stayed up late, didn't get enough sleep and drank too much coffee. This week, I suddenly felt flustered and bloated (with a history of gastroenteritis, I had abdominal distention before, not as severe as now). I felt weak and dizzy in my limbs these two days. I went to the hospital to prescribe traditional Chinese medicine today. The doctor gave me a pulse and said there was a problem with my heart without saying what caused it. He gave me medicine for my stomach and said that my symptom seemed to be stomach deficiency, and I didn't understand it, Before I went to the hospital for physical examination, my heart rate was uneven. I don't know if it has anything to do with this? Although I live in an anoxic place, I have never felt so flustered and weak limbs. It's like falling from the sky. I haven't improved after breathing oxygen. I went to the hospital several times and said it was anoxia. Sinus arrhythmia is normal for young people. What's the problem with me? Do I need to have a color Doppler ultrasound and ECG? Which department to check
Hello, good evening, my friend. In this case, I don't know how long you have lived and worked in Tibet? If people living in the mainland for a long time suddenly go to work or live in Tibet, they may not adapt. In addition, after a long time, the body does respond to long-term hypoxia.
It may not be obvious in a short time, but after a long time, it may affect the cardiopulmonary function. In this case, if you want to check, you can go to the cardiology department of your local big hospital. You can make an appointment to have a 24-hour ambulatory ECG check first, and then take blood for blood gas analysis and test. At the same time, measure the blood oxygen content of your fingertips and check whether you are in a state of hypoxia? In addition, are there arrhythmias or myocardial ischemia? After the diagnosis is clear, decide how to treat it?
Sleeplessness is generally related to stress and hypoxia. It is also not ruled out that it is caused by deficiency of Qi and blood. It is recommended that you pay attention to rest, do not stay up late, ensure sufficient sleep and keep a good mood. Eat more foods with high protein and vitamins, eat less spicy and irritating foods, and actively take physical exercise to improve physical fitness.