Colds Accompanied By Sore Throat And Nausea When Coughing Accompanied By Dizziness And An Itchy Throat?
I’m 17 years old.rnSo, I’ve had a runny nose for 3 days and on the 4th day my throat hurt so much that it made me cough. It looks like it’s coughing up phlegm, but every time I cough my throat feels sore and hot it’s also hard to get rid of the ripples. I also feel like throwing up when I cough, but nothing comes out. My head is dizzy too, and every time I swallow my throat feels like something is lumpy and itchy. Every time I cough, my stomach hurts, sometimes my chest hurts too. Why do you think so? How to treat it? Thank you.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Runny nose, dizziness, sore throat, painful swallowing and coughing are common symptoms of viral and bacterial infections of the upper respiratory tract. Meanwhile, when coughing, there are at least 3 processes there. The first is the inhalation process, the second is the peak process, where there is an increase in high pressure in the chest cavity and abdominal cavity, and the third is the coughing process itself. During the second process, due to the increase in pressure, additional complaints often arise in the form of abdominal pain and chest pain. But usually after the cough subsides, this complaint also subsides.
In your case, what you need to know is that the course of this disease takes a week on average. To speed up the process all you have to do is rest, sleep more, consume warm foods and drinks such as a mixture of warm honey and lemon, warm tea or hot chocolate, reduce consumption of oily and spicy foods, reduce activity, avoid stress and drink more water. If the comfort you feel is unbearable, check with your doctor for prescription drugs. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa