Chest Feels Hot During Strenuous Activity Accompanied By Shortness Of Breath And Heart Palpitations?
the chest feels very hot during heavy work / when breathing is breathless / every heart is pounding . u0026amp; back muscles hurt ± 5 minutes go away on their own / when massaged back muscles chest heat is gone. what is this sick? I checked at the hospital the doctor said the heart was normal. thanks
Good evening Joko, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The complaints that you mentioned, in the form of chest discomfort, shortness of breath, palpitations, and pain in the back muscles can be caused by various things, which this condition can be an ongoing disease, or several diseases that occur at the same time. Among the possibilities are:
Injury to muscles, bones or nerves. This can happen when you may make a wrong move when doing strenuous work, causing symptoms of back muscle pain.
Disorders of the heart. There are many types of this disorder, such as heart failure, heart attack, blockage of the heart arteries, which can also be characterized by chest pain when doing activities.
Lung disorders. This disorder can be triggered by cigarette smoke, allergies, viral or bacterial infections, and so on.
Disorders of red blood cells. Because red blood cells function to deliver oxygen and nutrients throughout the body, when their levels are reduced in the body, they can cause symptoms of shortness of breath, palpitations and so on.
In your case, what you did by having your heart checked at the hospital was correct, because as one of the causes, heart disease is the condition that must be most wary of. But as we've said, there are several other possibilities that could occur. So our advice, it's best if your complaint persists, you re-examine your condition to a specialist in internal medicine, and your doctor may later carry out other supporting examinations such as chest X-rays, blood tests and so on to further narrow down your possible diagnosis.
Meanwhile you should reduce your heavy work. It would be better if you avoid it first until it is clear what your illness is, but if you can't, then at least reduce it, get more rest, avoid cigarette smoke and pollution as much as possible. Drink plenty of water and to relieve pain, you can apply painkillers or over-the-counter painkillers by reading the instructions for use. If you feel these symptoms again, plus pain that radiates to the left neck, left jaw, and left arm, then immediately check your condition to the nearest hospital emergency room. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa