Hello doctor, my name is alif Saputradok. I recently felt it was hard to breathe, sometimes my head was dizzy, sometimes it was also hot, sometimes “batik throat but it was only at a certain time, and I wasn’t too eager to eat … that was the symptom of a doc ? the reason is ap? (finally “I work lying on my cellphone) solution oh my doctor, ooh yeah, if in my upper throat (under the chin above Adam’s apple) like someone is holding something like something, making it uncomfortable …- and shortness of breath somewhat reduced if I lay facing to the right (as taught by the apostle)
Hello Ali, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Complaints of breathing that feels heavy can occur due to various conditions. In some conditions complaints can be accompanied by other complaints such as fever, dizziness, painful swallowing, throat feels lumpy or itchy, and so on. Some of the causes of heavy breathing are:
Disorders of respiratory organs such as viral infections, Asama, COPD, pneumonia, tuberculosis, and so on
Heart disorders such as heart failure, congenital heart disease, coronary heart disease, arrhythmias, and so on
Anemia, a condition of the body lacking red blood cells
Certain psychic conditions such as anxiety, panic, stress, and so on
Because of the various underlying causes that would certainly need to be done in-depth examination starting from a complete physical examination and also other additional examinations such as blood tests, chest X-rays, chest CT scans, ECG, and so on.
For now, all you can do is:
Consumption of healthy and nutritious food, avoid consuming food too greasy, too spicy to relieve a lump in the throat
Drink enough, especially warm water
Rest 7-8 hours a day, reduce playing gadget because the radiation on the gadget is not good for health
Avoid cigarettes and alcohol
Control stress well
Relaxation to calm down
If the complaint persists, consult a doctor immediately, especially if the complaint is accompanied by chest pain, vomiting, or fever. In the midst of the current pandemic COVID-19 remains vigilant if it has to leave the house. Use a mask and wash your hands regularly with soap and running water. Avoid using public transportation whenever possible.
That's all, hope it helps.