Chest Tightness, Colds, Flatulence And Nausea For 3 Days?
Excuse me, I want to ask. For the past 3 days I have often felt like swallowing a wind that makes my chest tight and feel colds and bloating. Then I often vomit vomiting because my mouth feels bad and spits all the time. Is that why suggestion (habit) or why? (And the throat feels bad
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If judging from the various complaints that you feel, chances are you have an increase in stomach acid, or in the medical realm often called dyspepsia syndrome.
Dyspepsia syndrome is the name for a group of symptoms that arise due to increased stomach acid, or excessive body sensitivity to stomach acid. This condition can be mild due to unhealthy eating patterns, physical stress, or psychological, but can also be serious because it is caused by certain organic disorders, for example GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastritis (inflammation of the gastric mucosa), peptic ulcer (ulcer wounds) in the stomach wall or duoedenum), cholangitis (inflammation of the bile), pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas), and so on. Frequently, these complaints are burdensome if you eat too late or consume too much acidic, spicy, fatty foods, as well as caffeinated drinks. The complaints that often appear in the form of flatulence, feels lump in the throat, nausea, tightness, decreased appetite, excessive salivation, sour tongue, and so on. In more severe conditions, you can also experience vomiting, difficulty sleeping, until weight loss is quite drastic.
Not only dyspepsia syndrome, your complaints may also be triggered by other causes, for example intolerance, malabsorption, food poisoning, gastroenteritis (digestive infections), typhoid fever (typhus), hepatitis, viral or other bacterial infections, heart or lung disorders, disorders psychosomatic, or various other causes.
Determining exactly which conditions trigger your complaint needs to be done by a doctor with a direct physical examination. It could also, if the facility allows, the doctor directs you to undergo further examination, for example ultrasound, endoscopy, laboratory tests, x-rays, and so on.
In the meantime, you can first do the following steps to resolve your complaint:
Eat more regularly, don't delay
Increase food that is easily digested first, for example food with soup, porridge, broth
When it still feels tight and bloating which is quite great, limit consumption of fatty foods, too acidic, and also spicy
Avoid the habit of consuming excessive caffeine
Don't stress or worry too much
Live a healthy lifestyle, including rest, regular exercise, and maintaining an ideal body weight
Do not consume drugs carelessly
Diligently brush your teeth and rinse with an antiseptic mouthwash
Do not smoke
However, if the above steps do not succeed in alleviating your complaints, consult yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that it is handled properly and thoroughly yes ..
I hope this helps.