Breath That Feels Uncomfortable Accompanied By Wheezing And Snoring When Sleeping
Dear, I am sahid. 23 years old I want to ask, why, after entering my breathing work, I begin to experience irregularities, for example, such as wheezing or a little bit of noise even though I’m breathing normally, and it also influences when I sleep, so I like snoring (my friend said), even though I didn’t snore again sleep. Please explain and how to overcome it. Thank you very much
Thank you for the question.
Breath that feels uncomfortable accompanied by wheezing and snoring when sleeping does not always indicate an illness. Could be, this complaint is purely due to obesity or because your airways are exposed to irritants (such as smoke, dry air, and pollution). But indeed, if the complaint is very disturbing, it is likely that you have an illness, for example:
Asthma (inflammation of the lower airways that causes the lumen to narrow and mucus to be produced excessively) Bronchitis (inflammation of the airways leading to the lungs, can be due to infection, exposure to cigarette smoke, and other chemical fumes) Tonsillopharyngitis (inflammation of the tonsils and / or throat) Gastroesophageal refux disease (backflow of acid from the stomach that irritates the esophagus) Other factors, for example chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pneumonia, bronchhiolitis, laryngitis, rhinosinusitis, allergies, gastritis, pleural effusion, congestive heart failure, drug side effects, psychosomatic disorders, etc. most know your condition of course your own. Therefore, our suggestion, you try to observe how heavy your complaint is. If it feels very heavy and limits you to even mild activity, it would not hurt you to check yourself to a doctor or doctor of internal medicine to be examined further, for example with X-rays, heart records, ultrasound, spirometry, and even endoscopy. Conversely, if the complaint is felt just mild, you should not rush to see a doctor. Worried, your risk of contracting the disease (including COVID-19) will be even greater. Make the following efforts at home first:
Pay attention to anything that often worsens your complaints, then avoid Do not over-eat foods that are cold, oily, spicy, gassed Eat small portions but often Don't get used to going straight to bed after eating Don't eat in a hurry Don't drink caffeinated and carbonated drinks Stay away from alcohol , cigarettes Keep your weight so that it remains ideal If there are things that make you allergic, stay away from exercise Discipline Do not carelessly take medication without doctor's advice Hopefully it helps yes ..