A Chest That Feels Painful, Tightness, Accompanied By A Trembling Body?
Good evening, I pray, I want to ask if the pain in my chest is like having a hard time breathing, so my body trembles, my hands are trembling, does it hurt? Is it true that stomach acid but my stomach does not hurt I have consulted a doctor and stomach pain but why I do not feel pain in the stomach cuman chest sores and hands are trembling already almost want a week like this
Thank you for the question.
A chest that feels painful, tightness, accompanied by a trembling body, can indeed indicate gastritis (stomach acid pain). Stomach is an organ located in the chest and upper abdomen in the middle. So, interference with this organ can not only be felt in the stomach, but can spread to the chest, neck, and even back. Pain and tightness in the chest that arises in people with gastritis occur mainly due to inflammation of the stomach wall when stomach acid production increases, or the sensitivity of the stomach cells increases against the acid that it produces. In more severe cases, sufferers of gastritis can also feel nausea, tightness, lumps in the throat, body trembling, weakness, excessive sweating, palpitations, difficulty sleeping, and many other complaints.
In addition to gastritis, your complaints may also occur due to other influences, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease, food allergies, food malabsorption, anemia, hypoglycemia, hypotension, bronchitis, pleurisy, pneumonia, asthma, heart problems, thyroid gland disorders, viral or bacterial infections , anxiety disorders, specific phobias, and so on.
Detecting the exact cause of your complaints is certainly not enough to do with only a brief description like this. If you feel you have not experienced significant improvement after undergoing doctor's treatment, we recommend that you re-consult your doctor or doctor of internal medicine. Through physical examination, x-rays, ultrasound, heart records, and even endoscopy, doctors usually are able to determine the best management to overcome your complaints.
For the time being, you can do a few steps below:
Compress warm your chest Do not wear clothes that are too tight Rest more, position your chest and head higher Eat regularly, small portions once every 3-5 hours After eating, do not lie down Do not over-consume excessive foods and beverages that contain gas Do not also smoking Stay away from alcohol If there are certain foods or substances that make you allergic, stay away from it Regularly exercise Do not be too sad, anxious, especially to stress Hopefully it helps yes ..