Does The Shoulder Ache And Head Often Dizzy At The Age Of 20 Years That Symptoms Of Acid Reflux?
I am 20 years old, my body aches, my head aches, and I have a headache. It was accompanied by my stomach acid which symptoms rose like anxiety and the heart beat was strong then I was cold sweat. Is my sore shoulder and dizzy head also a symptom of acid reflux?
Hello Mia, Thank you for the question.
Do you mean by acid reflux which is gastric acid disease? Gastric acid disease is a condition in which stomach acid flows up from the stomach into the esophagus because the muscles in the lower esophagus are weakened. This condition causes a number of symptoms in the form of pain in the pit of the stomach or middle of the chest, nausea, vomiting, bloating, shortness of breath, sore throat, dry cough, difficulty swallowing, belching, hoarseness. Complaints of shoulder pain and dizziness are not common symptoms of acid reflux disease. Symptoms of stomach acid disease often make sufferers anxious so that patients complain of excessive sweating, shortness of breath, and palpitations.
Did you complain of injury or impact before complaining about shoulder pain? Pain in the shoulder can be caused by muscle aches, tendinitis, bursitis, arthritis. Dizziness is a complaint term to describe complaints of spinning, a sense of fainting, and a sense of loss of balance. If you are late eating, this condition can cause blood sugar levels to drop and cause complaints of dizziness and symptoms of stomach acid disease. However, complaints of dizziness can also be caused by benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, Meniere's disease, dehydration, anemia, impaired cardiac function, impaired refraction of the eye, and others.
Please consult with your doctor if symptoms continue and are very disturbing. In addition to asking more about these symptoms, your doctor also needs to do a direct examination on you. Further treatment can be given by a doctor after ascertaining the cause.
Please do the following suggestions:
food consumption regularly avoid consumption of spicy and oily foods avoid consumption of caffeinated, fizzy, and alcoholic drinks multiply water consumption avoid physical activity that burdens your shoulders do warm compresses on your shoulders to relieve pain. If the pain continues, you can take paracetamol to relieve pain. Apply breathing relaxation techniques if you start to feel anxious. Hopefully this information is useful.