Headache Accompanied By Tightness, Difficult Vision, Frequent Hiccups, Tingling.?
Good afternoon doctor. I am a teenage girl who every day has a headache (when I was a child only often not every day had a headache), very often feel tightness in the chest, lately I very often lack focus when I look, I am very easy to hiccup and also easy shortness of breath, my feet are often tingling, I often feel pain in my back and sometimes I suddenly tremor a doctor. I was diagnosed with asthma, kidney infection and stomach acid. And also several times I stopped suddenly to take respiratory medication (salbutamol), because I felt tremors, cannons, and fatigue. Thank me for the opportunity and attention of the doctor.
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Asthma can indeed cause you to feel tightness and frequent hiccups. Lack of oxygen supply due to shortness when experiencing asthma can also make it difficult to focus view, headaches, tingling, and other complaints appear. If you take asthma medication, often these complaints will improve. But indeed, in some sensitive people, the consumption of some types of asthma medications can trigger tremors that are very disturbing.
Various conditions can trigger asthma, including contact with allergens, uncomfortable environmental conditions, excessive physical activity, increased stomach acid, psychological stress, consumption of certain drugs, respiratory infections, and many other possibilities. Your complaints are very often repeated maybe because they are not treated properly by your asthma triggers.
In addition to asthma, the complaints that you feel, namely headache, spasms, difficulty focusing, frequent hiccups, tingling back pain, tremors, and so on can also arise due to dyspepsia, anemia, hypoglycemia, hypotension, viral or bacterial infections, glandular disorders thyroid, nerve disorders, psychological disorders, and so on.
Seeing your complaints that seem quite disturbing, we recommend that you consult yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that a comprehensive examination, including for example involving blood tests, pulmonary function tests, X-rays, ultrasound, and so on if necessary.
What you need to do now:
Know what triggers your complaints, and as much as possible avoid these triggers Calm yourself, multiply relaxation and meditation so as not to stress Take medicine for paracetamol when you feel headaches, backs, or other body parts Expand exercise Avoid alcohol and also drugs Don't carelessly take other drugs without a doctor's prescription Eat regularly, portions are small but often, vary your diet so that it is always healthy and nutritionally balanced Drinking enough water Hopefully it helps yes ..