Symptoms Of Internal Diseases
Internal Diseases is an indication of the existence of an illness or an unwanted health disorder, in the form of signs or features of the disease and can be felt. A symptoms is subjective, observed by a patient and, can not be weighed or measured. In addition, a symptom is not necessarily associated with the disease, such as pregnancy symptoms.
Common signs and symptoms of diseases that are commonly found in everyday life are fever, loss of appetite, chills, headache, lethargy, pain, nausea, vomiting, inflammation, and bruising.
1. Fever Symptoms
Fever represents a regulation of core temperature in response to endogenous pyrogens or other factors. Fever seems to help cleanse the body of certain infections, and there is research evidence of superior antiviral action both in vivo and in vitro when the human body temperature rises from the physiological level of 37 ° C (98.6 ° F) to 38 ° C ( 100.4 ° F). This advantage is obtained on the acceleration of metabolism, increased cardiac work, and increased oxygen demand. In circumstances that are not cold environments, the sense of shivering means that the thermal regulation point has increased and has not been overtaken by body temperature.
2. Loss of appetite Symptoms
The loss of appetite is no desire to eat despite hunger. As a result the body becomes weak and weak. This condition can be affected by the presence of other disorders or indeed the presence of illness appetite known as anorexia nervosa.
The cause of lack or no appetite can be triggered by influenza, typhoid fever, malaria, or inflammation. As for the type of anorexia nervasa disease backed by unstable emotional conditions. Symptoms of this disease is the rejection of various types of food accompanied by weak, tired, and lethargic. Sometimes people experience symptoms of malnutrition (malnutrition) and anemia (lack of blood) and even collapse.
In addition, there are two other causes of lack of appetite, internal and external factors. The cause of the internal factors of the body itself is the sense of weakness of the spleen energy, so the stomach can not function properly. Food is not quickly digested, stomach is not aroused to be filled again. In addition, the cause of loss of appetite due to cold and moist air that enters the stomach and interfere with digestion.
Causes of Appetite Lower Excessively consuming fatty foods constantly, too much thinking, sadness, stress, anxiety can disrupt the energy of the stomach, excessive fatigue and long lasting can also be the cause of loss of appetite.
3. Shivering Symptoms
Shivering is a cold feeling accompanied by a vibration of the body. Shivering can develop after exposure to a cold environment or accompanying fever.
4. Headache Symptoms
Headaches that are medically known as cephalalgia or pronounced cephalgia are a condition of the presence of pain in the head: sometimes pain in the back of the neck or upper back, also called a headache. This type of disease is included in the complaints of the disease that is often expressed. Headache is a universal problem, with a prevalence of almost 99%, and is the most common reason for neurological referral. Bus headache has little clinical meaning but may also be a sign of life-threatening disease. (Mayo) Headache caused by traction / withdrawal, displacement, inflammation, spasm of the blood vessels, or distension of the head or neck structure Sensitive to pain.
5. Lethargy Symptoms
Lethargy is a state where there is a decrease in consciousness and concentration of attention and alertness. This condition is also often used to describe when a person is sound asleep, can be awakened briefly but the awareness is not full, and ends in sleep again. At the time of lethargy, the patient may experience confusion accompanied by delirious, but still have little ability to communicate.
6. Pain Symptoms
Pain can be described as an unpleasant sensation that occurs when we experience injury or damage to our body. Pain can be painful, hot, trembling, tingling like burning, punctured, or stabbed. Or Pain is an uncomfortable sensation delivered to the brain by sensory neurons, often a signal of actual or potential damage to the body, may be acute or chronic pain.
7. Nausea Symptoms
Nausea is a feeling that the stomach wants to empty itself, while vomiting (emesis) is the action of emptying the stomach by force.
8. Vomiting Symptoms
Vomiting is a violent action where the stomach has to cope with the normal pressure to keep food and secretions in the stomach. The stomach almost reverses itself from the inside out – imposing itself into the lower part of the esophagus (the tube that connects the mouth to the stomach) during the episodes of vomiting.
9. Inflammation Symptoms
Inflammation is the response of an organism to pathogens and mechanical alterations in the tissues, a series of reactions occurring at the site of injured tissue, such as from being burned, or infected. Inflammation or inflammation is one of the immune system’s main responses to infection and irritation. Inflammation is stimulated by chemical factors (histamine, bradykinin, serotonin, leukotrienes, and prostaglandins) released by cells acting as an inflammatory mediator inside the immune system to protect surrounding tissue from the spread of infection.
Inflammation has three important roles in the fight against infection: 
- Allows the addition of effector molecules and cells to the site of infection to improve macrophage performance
- Provides an obstacle to preventing the spread of infection
- Triggered a repair process for a damaged network.
The inflammatory response can be identified from pain, skin bruising, fever etc., which is caused due to changes in the blood vessels in the area of infection:
- Enlargement of blood vessel diameter, accompanied by increased blood flow in the area of infection. This can cause the skin to look bruised redness and decrease blood pressure, especially in small vessels.
- Activation of adhesion molecules to attach the endothelium to the blood vessels.
- A combination of decreased blood pressure and activation of adhesion molecules, will allow white blood cells to migrate to the endothelium and into the tissues. This process is known as extravasation.
10. Bruises Symptoms
BLUE BLACK WITHOUT CAPS, USUALLY APPEARS IN SURFACE SKIN SKIN CAUSE OF SORRY INSIDE. CAUSE OF WEIGHT OR CREATE BIRULEBAM WITHOUT THE CAUSE IS KNOWN AS PURPURA. THIS BLUE BLOCK IS BLOOD BLOODING DUE TO THE WALL OF THE WALL BLOOD. USUALLY FOUND ON THE FOOTWEAR OR ARMY AND DOES NOT SPREAD TO OTHER BODY PARTS. SIZE SIZE SIGNED BOTH OF SORROWING COLORS COLOR SIGNED TIME HIS DAMAGE HAPPENED. IF THE NEW BLUE ONE SHOULD HAPPEN, BUT IF THE GARDEN MEANS HAD BEEN LONGER.
Factors that cause the risk of bruising:
- Trauma dulled or knocked, fell
- Disorders of the blood system (blood vessels that are too sensitive)
- Fatigue, stress
- Age factor can make the blood easy to clot, but also fat tissue that can protect the vessels from the collision began to disappear.
The effect of drugs, some blood-thinning drugs such as warfarin, aspirin, clopidogrel, and prasugrel can increase the potential for bleeding, thereby forming blue spots on the skin.
Lack of platelets or thrombocytopenia
11. Colic Symptoms
Is severe abdominal pain, acute, and intermittent, originating from the hollow organ in the abdomen, may occur due to spasms (smooth muscle contraction), obstruction (blockage), or twisted.