Causes Shortness Of Breath, Chest Pain, And Stomach Pain?
I am from junior high, I often sweat in my hands. After graduating from vocational high school, I don’t sweat in my hands anymore. yeah how come my chest shortness is also aching and stomach ache. And how do I deal with my stomach ache and shortness of breath … ??
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Rising stomach acid into the esophagus or referred to as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) can indeed make a person experience shortness and bloating. However, this symptom is not always caused by GERD. There are various other diseases that can also cause tightness. In addition to tightness and bloating, in general patients with GERD are also more frequent belching and can feel sour or bitter around the back of the tongue. Chest pain that is felt in GERD is also like a burning sensation that can go up to the neck. If you experience this, it is possible that you have experienced GERD, but a direct examination is needed to determine it. Sweaty palms are often caused by anxiety or stress. Both can also increase stomach acid production. To deal with complaints that you feel, you need to see a doctor directly. The doctor will explain the possibility of the disorder you are experiencing and how appropriate treatment after checking you. In addition, you need to maintain your diet. Try to always eat regularly. Divide your meal portions into small frequent portions. Avoid eating all at once in one sitting. Try to always eat every 3-4 hours. If it's not time to eat heavily, you can eat biscuits or fruit first. Avoid lying down after eating, wait 30-60 minutes before lying down and wait at least 3 hours before going to bed at night. Avoid foods or drinks that contain caffeine, including coffee, tea, soda, and chocolate. You should also reduce foods that are high in fat. If you can avoid stress, it will certainly be better.
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