Feeling Weak And Tight After Eating A Lot?
hello, I am currently experiencing complaints. yesterday I ate so much that it made me full. I feel there is a lump in my stomach, I can not sit and sleep well due to stomach discomfort. When I wake up, I feel so weak that I cannot carry out activities smoothly. I often feel stuffy, and feels lumpy when swallowing. I lost my appetite but often feel hungry, every time I swallow, I feel something bitter. please explain my situation, thank you.
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stomach discomfort is a complaint that is often felt by patients and is often found in public health services. Uncomfortable stomach complaints can occur due to an infection, inflammation, or a malfunction in the stomach area or digestion. when the stomach feels uncomfortable, accompanying complaints can also be felt like nausea, fullness in the stomach, abdominal pain, dizziness, cold sweat, lumbago or nasa feel uncomfortable.
Some of the conditions below often trigger complaints stomach discomfort, such as:
1. stomach upset
2. strep throat
3. digestive infections
4. digestive infections
5. digestive enzyme disorders
6. liver disorders
7. stress or anxiety
In connection with your question, the presence of stomach complaints accompanied by complaints of shortness of breath or discomfort, may be caused by gastric disorders. Complaints of stomach disorders are likely already you feel before you eat too full, this can happen because you previously felt hungry because of excessive stomach acid stimulation so that you respond by eating until you're full. when you consume food excessively, this does not solve the problem of stomach upset, but rather increases the complaints you feel. Therefore, optimally controlling stomach acid production by maintaining good eating habits, consuming nutritious foods and avoiding foods that are at risk (such as spicy, fatty foods, instant foods, or instant drinks) will help maintain the condition of the stomach stay healthy and prevent complaints that are healthy bother you.
Therefore, if these complaints still bother you, you should consult with your family doctor or internist for an examination and ascertain the cause. The doctor will plan a supportive examination if needed, such as a blood test or an ultrasound examination. The results of the examination will be a reference for treatment and treatment.
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