Chest Pain When Sneezing That Has Lasted 2 Weeks?
, I want to ask, it’s been 2 weeks I can’t sneeze ,,, I can sneeze but it’s stuck in my body, I can’t come out, I can’t stand it, even though I can’t hold it, I don’t cover my nose ,, r nSo when I sneeze it hurts in the chest because it is stuck it can’t get out …
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Sneezing usually occurs due to a build-up of mucus around the nasal cavity. This mucus buildup is often triggered by the following factors:
Allergies, for example due to cold, dust, animal hair
Irritation, for example from inhalation of cigarette smoke, or other chemical fumes
Infection, for example due to viruses or bacteria
Polyps or other tumors in the nasal cavity
Enter a foreign object, and so on
This sneezing occurs by involving autonomic reflexes which cannot be prevented, but cannot be stimulated to occur consciously. If you find it difficult to sneeze, it is likely that the stimulus in your nasal cavity is not sufficient enough to stimulate the sneeze reflex. This condition does not specifically refer to a particular disease.
What you need to do to help relieve the discomfort caused by difficulty sneezing is:
Increase inhalation of warm water vapor, you can also mix with salt to help relieve inflammation in the nasal cavity
Use a mask to cover the nasal cavity and mouth so that harmful substances are not inhaled into the airways
Do not smoke
Do not stay in an environment with poor circulation
Do not rub your nose excessively, especially with dirty hands
Drink lots of warm water
Also increase the intake of vitamin C in the food you eat
Compress the sore chest with warm water
If the steps above have not succeeded in relieving your complaint, do not hesitate to go to a doctor or ENT specialist to be given the best treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.