Frequent Colds, Sore Stomachs, Hot Chests And Dry Throat?
I used to have colds often, even now it’s getting bigger when it gets cold when I get cold, the dust is too bad and the flu, I feel dizzy too when I get hit, now I have it added, the stomach sometimes likes to get sick when I work, and it hurts. I feel like my chest is hot, and my throat is often inflamed, and dry, and now I’m the one who hangs on, I feel like I’m going crazy on August 2019
Good evening, thanks for the question
Frequent complaints of colds, nasal congestion, or sneezing in this condition may be caused by allergic rhinitis. Allergic rhinitis is an inflammatory disease caused by allergic reactions in individuals who have a history of allergies due to certain allergen ingredients and are mediated by immunological reactions. Allergic rhinitis has complaints of runny nasal mucus, sneezing, nasal congestion and itchy nose. Sneezing is a typical symptom, usually occurring repeatedly, especially in the morning.
Treatment in this case includes anti-allergic and symptomatic to reduce chronic complaints, so do further consultations with your doctor to ensure further diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
While complaints of heartburn or chest pain is most often caused by a condition of gastric acid reflux or called GERD. GERD is an extension of Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, a condition of excessive reflux or backflow of stomach acid through a valve in the esophagus that is not functioning normally. Symptoms include burning and burning in the back of the chest or solar plexus and can spread to the neck accompanied by nausea and vomiting, or arising from a sour taste in the mouth to the esophagus.
GERD treatment consists of avoiding precipitating factors, improving lifestyle, and drug therapy. Make further consultations with your doctor to get further therapy. In addition to drug therapy, it is also important to make lifestyle modifications including:
1. Lose weight if you are obese
2. Dinner no later than 2-3 hours before bedtime.
3. Avoiding foods that can stimulate GERD such as chocolate, caffeinated beverages, alcohol, and fatty-acid-spicy foods.
That's all, hope you can help.