Easily Tired And Short Of Breath During Activity And Heart Palpitations?
Hello .. r nGood evening. I have the grace to ask. R n- why every time I do light activity I get tired easily until I feel short of breath. R n- then I get shocked easily but don’t have a pounding heart. R n- every time I eat too late it also feels tight breath. r n r nWhat is my disease? r n r nThank you.
Walaikumsalam, good afternoon Rahmat.
The feeling of being easily tired to shortness of breath can be caused by several possibilities, such as:
anemia (lack of red blood cells)
inadequate intake of calories from food
dehydration (the body lacks fluids)
hypotension (low blood pressure)
asthma (especially if you have experienced this complaint since you were a child, and shortness of breath is accompanied by a wheezing sound)
impaired heart function, such as heart failure, coronary heart disease, heart valve disorders, etc.
If you also experience chest tightness when you eat too late, it is probably due to acid reflux disease or inflammation of the stomach (gastritis, or what the common people call "ulcers". When a person eats late, stomach acid will still be produced and produce gas, this can cause gas and gastric acid to rise and fill the digestive tract above the stomach, which is along the esophagus (area around the chest), as a result the person will feel a hot sensation in the stomach. chest or fullness, which is often mistaken for a condition of shortness of breath.
Weak heart (cardiomyopathy) is a disorder of the myocardium (heart muscle) without coronary heart disease, hypertension, heart valve abnormalities. The causes of this disorder are genetic / hereditary disorders, infections, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, excessive alcohol consumption, etc. Symptoms of this complaint are a feeling of fatigue, chest pain, swelling in the legs, tightness (even when resting), irregular heart rhythm, and others. For complaints that easily startled is not a typical symptom of weak heart disease. Ease of shock is generally caused by psychological disorders, such as stress, anxiety disorders, and panic disorders.
Seeing the many possible causes of your complaint, we recommend that you do a direct examination with your doctor, because we cannot mention the diagnosis of the cause of your complaint without conducting a direct physical examination. The examining doctor will conduct questions and answers regarding your complaints and previous medical history, perform a thorough physical examination, and if needed, additional examinations will be recommended, such as blood lab tests, X-rays, and so on.
That's all, hope it helps.
Greetings, dr. Denisa