Causes Of Right Chest Pain At The Age Of 26 Years And How To Overcome It?
At night, I am 26 years old I want to ask, lately I often have pain in the right chest, the pain that I mean when breathing right chest I hurt but after I drink water it disappears, and it often happens, right?
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Pain in the right chest, which appears mainly when breathing, may indicate a disturbance in the respiratory tract. Some conditions that are vulnerable to cause complaints like this are:
Bronchitis (inflammation of the airways leading to the lungs, often due to viral infections, bacterial infections, smoking habits, and respiratory irritant exposure)
Pleuritis (inflammation of the lining enveloping the lungs and chest cavity, often occurs related to inflammation of the lungs, injuries, tumors, pulmonary embolism, or disorders of the immune system)
Pneumonia (inflammation of the lung parenchyma, can occur due to infection or aspiration)
Tuberculosis (Mycobacterium tuberculosis infection, lung spots)
Tumors of the lung or chest cavity, and so on
Generally, if it is true that these complaints arise due to respiratory disorders, then the patient will not only experience pain, but also coughing, shortness, rapid breathing, phlegm, or various other complaints.
In addition to respiratory disorders, it may also be pain as you experience due to disorders of other organ systems, such as muscle pain, gastritis, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), peptic ulcer, nerve nerve, rheumatoid arthritis, heart problems, mental disorders and so. With a doctor's examination directly, or supported by X-ray examinations, laboratory tests, ultrasound, heart records, and other examinations, usually the originator of your complaint can be identified properly so that appropriate treatment can be given. Therefore, if complaints are often repeated and quite disturbing, you should immediately consult a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine, right?
The following initial steps you can take to make your complaint improve:
Warm compresses in the affected area of the chest
Always wear comfortable, loose clothing
Improve your posture in activities, do not overlap the painful side
Get used to eating and resting regularly
Diligent exercise 3 to 5 times a week
Do not smoke
Be diligent in breathing exercises
Don't stress too much
Do not consume drugs carelessly (except over-the-counter drugs or drugs prescribed directly by a doctor)
Hope this helps ...