Back Pain When Sneezing?
Malem, if you want to ask when you sneeze, you feel aching pain in your back, so what? But after that it’s normal to not feel pain or pain
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Sneezing / runny nose is often a symptom of an illness in the airways, such as:
In these diseases, in addition to sneezing sometimes accompanied by accompanying symptoms, such as weakness, pain in the whole body, pain in the joints, fever, and lack of appetite. In addition, sneezing can also be a normal reaction when the body is exposed to foreign particles that stimulate the respiratory tract. When we sneeze, the muscles around the airway interact to increase pressure on the chest cavity so that there is a rapid flow of air from inside and outside the body. If your pain / rheumatic pain does not occur other than if you sneeze, it can be a result of muscle contraction, which is not something you need to worry about.
However, if you cannot tolerate these symptoms and start to interfere with your work or rest, you can try to consume anti-pain drugs that have green logos that are sold over the counter, such as paracetamol, at the dosage shown in the brochure. To speed up the healing process, make sure your body is always in a fit condition, by regulating your resting patterns, eating, and physical activity. If these symptoms still persist, do not hesitate to consult a doctor.
That is my information, hopefully you can help.