Backs Aching, Aching And Stiff To The Chest After Sitting And Sleeping?
I want to ask when I sit down and continue to sleep my back feels so painful like stiffness until sometimes it penetrates into my chest so it hurts until it’s hard to breathe, why is that?
Pain in the back that arises after sitting and then sleeping that feels spread to the chest area still requires a medical examination to be able to find out what conditions are actually Novi experienced, because these symptoms have not specifically led to a particular disease.
As for some things that can be considered are
High levels of stomach acid can cause reflux, a condition where stomach acid rises into the esophagus so that it causes heat or discomfort in the chest area and its surroundings, and sometimes the pain is thought to cause shortness of breath. Upper back pain, is a condition where there is a feeling pain in the back due to injury (impact, blow, etc.) or due to being too long in a position of poor posture (too hunched, too puffed out the chest, etc.) The habit of lifting heavy objects Obesity, where excess body weight will certainly provide additional burden for the spine to support the body Nerves pinched But once the above conditions are only limited to the possibility yes, because it can cause complaints similar to Novi's experience, what Novi experienced could not turn out to be one of the above conditions after more information was obtained through a medical examination.
That is why Novi should check with the doctor directly first, so that the doctor can dig up more information with a question and answer session on medical history and the presence or absence of habits / behaviors that can trigger these complaints, after that the doctor will conduct a series of health checks. All information obtained from the question and answer session and the medical examination will be taken into consideration by doctors in determining what health problems actually experienced by Novi and also to consider what treatment and treatment is most appropriate given.
Novi can try to do some of the following tips that are expected to reduce complaints that Novi experienced
Eat regularly 3 times a day at predetermined hours Avoid lifting heavy objects Perform relaxation movements by rotating the body to the left and moving the arms (similar to gymnastics) after sitting continuously Routine exercise 2-3x a week with a duration of each the session is around 30-45 minutes. Adjust the height position and the location of chairs and desks / work desk to be comfortable Hopefully useful