Causes Of Chest Cramps And Frequent Shortness Of Breath?
Hello .. I end “this is often shortness of breath, my chest is due to a frozen muscle, cramps like that, usually symptoms like that because of what pain, what’s wrong with me, thank you in advance.
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Shortness of breath, chest like freezing and cramps can refer to the following conditions:
Heart attack (impaired blood perfusion to the heart muscle due to blockage or narrowing of the coronary arteries)
Bronchitis (inflammation of the airways leading to the lungs, can be due to infection or exposure to dangerous fumes)
Asthma (swelling of the wall and increased production of mucus in the lower airway due to inflammation)
Panic attack (sensation of excessive fear, unrealistic, which makes a variety of physical complaints)
Others, for example pleurisy, pneumonia, rhythm or heart valve disorders, gastric acid reflux into the esophagus, gastritis, peptic ulcers, psychosomatic disorders, ARI (acute respiratory infection), fibromyalgia, etc.
These complaints can refer to mild conditions, but can also be dangerous. Quick diagnostic steps are needed so that this condition can be treated immediately to avoid dangerous complications. Therefore, you should immediately check yourself to the doctor or the closest specialist in internal medicine, right? Examination of heart records, x-rays, ultrasound, and other supporting tests may be done by doctors before giving you the best treatment.
In the meantime, for the complaints to subside, do it first:
Compress the chest that is uncomfortable with warm water, or apply warm oil to make it more comfortable
Wear loose clothes
Rest, position your chest a little higher, do not rest on the side of the chest that is uncomfortable
Calm your heart and mind, don't think negatively
Set your breath well, how to inhale 2 seconds through the nose, then exhale 3 seconds through the mouth, repeat several times
Eat regularly, a little but often
Do not over-eat foods that contain gas, spicy, oily, fatty, and also acidic
Do not also get used to consuming soft drinks and excessive caffeinated
Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol
Stay away from exposure to substances that make you allergic
Exercise more diligently
Do not carelessly take medication without a doctor's prescription
Hope this helps ...