Causes Shortness Of Breath, Chest Pain, Nausea After Late Eating
Good afternoon HealthReplies.com, I want to ask, it’s been 3 days that I often feel mild shortness of breath, but my chest doesn’t feel painful, when I am in a certain position the feeling of tightness disappears, in the morning I don’t eat breakfast, and the feeling of tightness starts to appear every hour 8 in the morning, after lunch I felt nauseous, then I tried to drink sterile milk, the interval of one hour and the tightness disappeared, and in the morning it felt really bad, why? and what should I do? Thank you for the answers and advice ..
Hello Angger, thanks for asking.
Shortness of breath can occur due to various possibilities including:
Pulmonary infections such as pneumonia, pulmonary tuberculosis (symptoms accompanied by fever and cough) Chronic lung diseases such as asthma and COPD (accompanied by voice sounds, or triggers) Acute pulmonary edema Allergic reactions Digestive system disorders such as GERD (accompanied by chest heat, heartburn, heartburn) , mouth feels acid, and so on) Heart disorders such as heart failure, coronary heart disease, acute heart disease (accompanied by symptoms of chest pain, swollen feet, or heartache subsiding with a pillow propped up) Trauma to the chest area Certain psychological conditions such as anxiety, panic, depression A thorough check is needed to determine the cause. It starts with a medical interview and then a physical examination and then additional supporting examinations such as blood tests, lung function, chest X-ray, chest CT scan, ECG, and so on. By knowing the exact cause, the handling will also be precise and directed. For example if the cause is a bacterial infection antibiotics can be done.
For now, you can do several things including:
Avoid triggers that cause tightness Avoid excessive fiisk activity Routine exercise If complaints are felt immediately sit / lie down / other positions that relieve symptoms Avoid exposure to cigarettes and alcohol Consumption of healthy and nutritious food and enough rest If symptoms continue immediately contact your doctor for further treatment. However, if complaints can be resolved at home it is better for you to postpone seeing a doctor and stay at home, considering the current COVID-19 pandemic. If you do have to go out then use a mask and avoid using public transportation.
That's all, hope it helps. Stay healthy.