I want to ask. For the past few days I have had chest pain in the middle to the left. Chest pain sometimes like nyut2an and sometimes sharp but only 2-4 seconds (along with the back u0026amp; shoulder aches). Pain appears randomly, sometimes during rest / activity. In the past I had checked with a cardiologist to record and the doctor said there was no oddity in my heart (normal heartbeat). I had anemia, heartburn and a little anxiety disorder. Is it related?
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Pain in the chest area that you feel can come from several possibilities. Pain can arise from parts of the skin, muscles, bones, and organs in the body such as the heart or stomach. In gastric disease (gastritis / gastritis), the main cause of pain is caused by an increase in gastric acid which can cause over-felt pain to the chest. In heart disease, the possibility of narrowing of blood vessels in the heart can occur, so that the heart muscle tissue lacks oxygen so it feels painful. Other possibilities related to moving chest pain complaints are:
GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease). GERD is a stomach disease, where stomach acid will rise from the float to the esophagus. Symptoms that are felt are heartburn, chest pain, dizziness or headache, full stomach sensation, heartburn, nausea, and belching.
Psychosomatic disorders. Psychosomatic disorders are psychological disorders that basically there are no health problems in the body's organs, but someone who is experiencing psychosomatic disorders will feel something is sick in him.
Anxiety and panic disorders. This disorder has symptoms of chest pain, difficulty breathing, and shortness of breath can occur. Usually this disorder occurs in people who have anxious personality.
Anxiety affects physical illness. So that the mind and mood certainly affect our health conditions. Always think positively about everything we experience, and live a healthy lifestyle. But do not underestimate the chest pain in yourself, because there are important organs in the chest. If the chest pain that you feel is accompanied by difficulty swallowing, coughing up blood, fever, cough that never gets better, fast heartbeat, cold sweat, pale nails and lips, then accompanied by nausea and vomiting, then you should immediately go to the ER for emergency treatment. get help as soon as possible. If chest pain does not improve, we recommend that you consult with your doctor directly. The doctor may also perform X-ray examinations, heart records, and blood tests to find out the exact cause of chest pain. While you can try some of these things in your home:
Relaxation by pulling and exhaling slowly and deeply
Eat a little but often
I hope this helps