Dizziness Accompanied By Palpitations And Pain In The Heart Area?

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at night,rnI want to ask, I have symptoms of dizziness, heart palpitations and sometimes pain and heat in the heart. rnVomiting, cold feet from toe to body, then sometimes stomach hurts to the behind my back, before I checked my heart at the hospital and did a heart record, and the results were normal. So what I want to ask is, what illness do I have? I also have an ulcer disease, I like to eat spicy food too much, and often eat late, and when I take a shower in the afternoon it is late until sunset. Please answer😊

1 Answer:

Hello Ade Hikmah Fitriani

Thank you for your question

Maybe a heart complaint that feels like it's burning is a complaint of a burning feeling in the chest area which is then felt spreading to the throat, sometimes this burning or burning feeling is also felt through to the back. If this is true, the condition you mean is a complaint that arises due to stomach acid disease (GERD). Acid reflux disease or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) that you experience is a condition where there is pain in the pit of the stomach or a burning sensation in the chest due to stomach acid rising up into the esophagus (gullet). Acid reflux disease or GERD is generally caused by a malfunction of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) which is a circle of muscles at the bottom of the esophagus (oesophagus). The LES functions as an automatic door that opens when food or drink enters the stomach, where it should close after food enters the stomach. If the LES becomes loose and doesn't close properly, stomach acid can come out of the stomach and cause acid reflux disease. The causes of gastric acid are usually related to heredity, stress, consumption of certain medications, being overweight, or consuming foods that contain lots of fat. Acid reflux disease or GERD tends to cause complaints such as:

Feeling as if something is stuck in the throat when swallowing.

Laryngitis (inflammation of the larynx or vocal cords which causes a sore throat and hoarseness).

Non-stop dry cough, especially at night.

Chest pain.

Wheezing (breath sounds like a whistle).

Difficulty and pain when swallowing.

Teeth become damaged.

Bloating and burping.

Bad breath.

Sudden increase in the amount of saliva.

To ensure this condition, it is necessary to do an endoscope examination. If it is true that the diagnosis of your condition is GERD, then you can take stomach acid-lowering drugs to reduce the symptoms you are experiencing, these drugs such as the PPI class or proton pump inhibitors (omeprazole, lansoprasol) or other groups such as H2 antagonist class drugs ( ranitidine). In addition to dealing with complaints of nausea or vomiting, you can take nausea-lowering drugs such as domperidone or metoclopramide.

For the problem of bathing before sunset, I assume the condition does not affect your health and is most likely not related to the complaints you are experiencing. The heartburn that you experience can also trigger an increase in stomach acid and pressure in the stomach so that it can trigger the emergence of gastric acid disease (GERD). So you should really avoid factors that trigger an increase in stomach acid, such as consumption of foods that are too spicy, smoking, consumption of coffee (caffeine), consumption of alcohol, acidic foods, consumption of drugs that can cause an increase in stomach acid (several types of antibiotics and use of anti-inflammatory drugs). NSAID class pain / Non-Steroid Anti-Inflammatory Drugs), and can also be caused by stress or consumption of foods that are too fatty.

If your complaint still persists, then you should consult and have yourself examined by the nearest doctor.

Hope this answer helps you.

dr. Aldy Valentino

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