Causes Tightness In The Chest And Excessive Post-typhus Sweat Production And DB?
3 weeks ago I got typed and DHF, now it’s healed cm my chest is often short of breath and likes to sweat constantly, maybe why Yach ,, thanks
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Tightness in the chest and excessive sweating can be caused by various factors. Seeing your previous condition recovering from typhus (typhus, typhoid fever) and dengue fever (DB, DHF), these complaints may occur as part of the post-recovery process. Often, with adequate rest, regular consumption of recovery drugs as prescribed by the doctor, and a healthy lifestyle, these complaints will improve slowly within 2 to 4 weeks after illness.
Aside from the recovery process after illness, your complaints can also arise due to other factors, such as gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa), GERD (reflux of stomach acid into the esophagus), peptic ulcers, viral or other bacterial infections, ARI (respiratory infections) acute), asthma, bronchitis, panic attacks, excessive anxiety disorders, anemia, hypoglycemia, heart problems, hypotension, and so on.
The question now is, how long have you had these complaints? Does it appear continuously since you recovered from illness? Do you also experience other complaints, such as fever, pale, palpitations, difficulty sleeping, anxiety, weakness, and so on?
If a complaint has appeared in a long time, and feels very disturbing your activities, you should not let it. Go to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine to get the best treatment according to the underlying conditions. Further examinations, such as laboratories, heart records, x-rays, etc. can also be done by a doctor if deemed necessary. In the meantime, you can first do the following tips:
Rest more at least 7 hours a day Do not be too tired activities Drink more Eat regularly 3 to 5 hours, make sure the food you consume is balanced nutritional value Routine exercise as much as you can Do not think too much Not carelessly taking medicine without doctor's advice Hopefully it helps yes ..