Discomfort In The Stomach And Chest Accompanied By Always Wanting To Burp Accompanied By Cold Feet?
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Discomfort in the stomach and chest, namely bloating, shortness of breath, pain, and always wanting to burp accompanied by cold feet due to increased stomach acid, also known as dyspepsia syndrome. This condition is generally triggered by an irregular diet and the habit of consuming foods that irritate the gastrointestinal tract in excess, such as acidic, spicy, and too fatty foods. This condition will not only increase the production of stomach acid, but also increase gastric motility and the sensitivity of the digestive tract to stomach acid, bile acids, and other digestive secretions. As a result, you can also experience nausea and vomiting which is quite intense. This discomfort in the abdominal area can cause an increase in the production of stress hormones, which can cause the body to sweat a lot, so that the hands and feet feel cooler.
In most cases, dyspepsia syndrome appears without a clear origin of organic abnormalities. This condition is more often caused by improper diet, psychological stress, hormonal changes (in women, for example when menstruating or pregnant), and side effects of drugs. However, in some rare conditions, dyspepsia syndrome can also arise due to the presence of GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), gastritis, cholangitis, pancreatitis, or other diseases.
Not only dyspepsia syndrome, your complaints may also arise due to other causes, such as hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), anemia (low blood hemoglobin), hypotension (low blood pressure), viral or bacterial infections, panic attacks, excessive anxiety disorders, disorders. heart, excessive caffeine or alcohol consumption, and so on.
It needs to be clarified, what examinations have you undergone at the doctor to determine the originator of your complaint? Have you had laboratory tests, ultrasound, endoscopy, heart records, X-rays, or other tests? So, what about the doctor's conclusion?
Our advice, if you have already checked your complaint to a doctor, given treatment, but your complaint has not improved, you should check again with a doctor or an internal medicine specialist. Please tell all your complaints in detail and what has been done. ever you do to address your complaint. Usually, with a comprehensive examination, your doctor can identify the best treatment for your complaint.
In the meantime, what you should do is:
Get used to eating regularly every 4 to 5 hours, moderate portions Do not delay eating time Reduce foods that can aggravate complaints, for example: Spicy food Drinks that contain caffeine Foods that are too acidic Foods that contain lots of gas, for example coconut milk, cabbage, mustard greens, tubers First reduce too much fruit and vegetables Drink lots of warm water Avoid taking drugs carelessly (especially pain relievers) Don't stress or worry too much Routine exercise Hope it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah