Cause The Air Feels Into The Esophagus When Inhaling?
, why does it feel like when I breathe in, the air feels into my throat .. Like there is air passing through .. But I’m not short of breath, just my chest hurts a little because my stomach acid rises .. How is that okay?
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
The esophagus (esophagus) is part of the digestive tract, while the airway in the neck is the throat. In general, it is difficult for a person to determine whether the air in his neck is through his throat or throat. However, if you do not experience shortness of breath, chances are the airway remains intact (patent) and the air exchange takes place as it should. However, this still needs to be evaluated by a doctor through direct physical examination. Therefore, we recommend that you first consult a doctor and avoid self-diagnosis of the condition that is felt.
As for the chest pain due to stomach acid that feels rising can be found in several possibilities, including:
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), is a disease in the form of increased gastric contents into the esophagus, pharynx, and / or lungs causing symptoms such as: burning / burning in the pit of the stomach that may spread to the back of the breastbone, mouth feel sour / bitter, flatulence, increased belching, nausea, vomiting; symptoms usually worsen after eating or lying down
Erosive gastritis, an inflammation of the stomach wall, symptoms include: heartburn, nausea, bloating, often belching; generally associated with a history of long-term consumption of anti-inflammatory drugs
Peptic ulcer, which is a wound in the mucous membrane of the stomach or duodenum, is associated with Helicobacter pylori bacterial infection or a long-term history of consumption of anti-inflammatory drugs, also weighing with stress, symptoms such as: heartburn, nausea, vomiting, flatulence , and decreased nasu eating
Functional dyspepsia, which is a full sensation / arousal after eating, heartburn, fast satiety, burning sensation in the pit of the stomach, nausea, vomiting, often belching, but on endoscopic examination no structural abnormalities were found; symptoms persist for 3 months or more
To help with the recovery and prevent the recurrence of symptoms of stomach acid problems, you are advised to apply the following steps:
Avoid consumption of foods / drinks that trigger an increase in gastric acid secretion, namely: coffee, tea, chocolate, spicy foods, and certain foods / drinks that produce gas (example: durian, carbonated drinks, broccoli)
Apply a small, frequent feeding pattern (eating smaller portions, but the frequency is more frequent, for example with a snack) so that the stomach does not fill quickly / so
Make a control visit to your doctor or internist so that your condition can be evaluated and adjustments made if necessary
To enrich insights, you can read articles about GERD. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.