Pancreatitis is a dangerous disease of the pancreas, in which the inflamed swollen organ does not allow the pancreatic juice produced in the intestine to be completely delivered. As a result, enzymes, activated in the parenchyma of the pancreas, trigger the digestion process, reprocessing the tissue of the organ itself. When this pathological process proceeds into the blood, enzymes and toxins released during the decay of pancreatic tissues are released into the blood. Getting into the bloodstream these poisonous substances, can cause irreparable harm to the health of other organs. Therefore, the body, including protective functions, begins to signal us about destructive processes that threaten human life.
Pain, dizziness, weakness in pancreatitis
Pain is the first signal that an internal failure has occurred. The stronger the manifestation of pain, the more serious the problem arises. Therefore, with severe form of both acute and chronic attack of pancreatitis, the pain is so strong that a person experiences a pain shock, in which there is a sharp decrease in temperature, pressure, weakness and dizziness.
A sudden drop in pressure accompanied by dizziness is dangerous because a sudden change in state is an additional shock to the sick organism, which can significantly worsen the performance of other organs.
Darkening in the eyes, a feeling of approaching fainting and "loss of consciousness", general weakness - all these symptoms are united by the term non-systemic dizziness. This condition is often found in pancreatic disease, the clinical picture of which includes profuse vomiting and diarrhea, leading to dehydration of the body. Against this background, hypotension develops with its inherent weakness and dizziness.
Low blood pressure, fast fatigue, irritability, dizziness and weakness or asthenovegetative syndrome accompanies all forms of chronic pancreatitis. The emergence of rapid fatigue in the disease of pancreatitis occurs due to intoxication of the body, observed in any form of inflammation of the pancreas, whether it is a purulent process or slow chronic pancreatitis. During the course of the disease, inadequate digestion is noted, against which there are putrefactive processes in the intestine, provoking a constant auto-toxicity.
Weakness, lethargy in the patient can be observed due to insufficient quantity of insulin hormone in the blood( the pancreas responsible for its production).After all, only it allows cells and some insulin-dependent tissues to absorb glucose - a source of energy for the vital functions of the body.