Heart Palpitations Felt Up The Esophagus, Cold Body And Rheumatic Arms?
Hi I am 28 years old, I have been in 2 days, my heart is beating until it feels down to my throat, sometimes I feel cold and around my arms to all my aches.
Thank you for the question.
Heart palpitations, body feels cold, arms and hands feel aching can occur due to a serious condition, or may not. Here we explain some of the possible triggers of this complaint:
Heart disorders, such as heart attacks, valve abnormalities or heart rhythms, weak heart Digestive disorders, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, food allergies Muscle and nerve disorders, such as fibromyalgia, nerve nerves, diabetes Other factors, such as bronchitis, pleuritis, malnutrition anemia, psychosomatic disorders, hypoglycemia, electrolyte balance disorders, excessive anxiety disorders, specific phobias, panic attacks, drug effects, metabolic disorders, viral or bacterial infections, etc. Not all of the above conditions are dangerous. Unhealthy lifestyles, including if you do not exercise enough, can also be one of the factors that facilitate the various conditions above.
Our advice, as long as no shortness of breath appears, the chest feels pressed by heavy objects, cold sweat, fatigue, blurred vision, body swelling, wheezing, vomiting, and other more severe complaints, do not always rush to see a doctor. Looking at current conditions, where the COVID-19 outbreak is spreading, it will be safer if you stay at home while doing the following tips:
Compress warm chest, neck and arms that feel palpitating and rheumatic Rest more, look for the most comfortable sleeping position Regular bath and use clothes that warm you Eat regularly and drink at least 2-3 liters of water a day Regular exercise Get more relaxation, don't worry or Excessive stress Do not smoke or take any drugs. If the above efforts do not improve your complaints, or if danger signs appear as we have mentioned above, immediately check with your doctor to be treated further according to the cause, yes. If necessary, the doctor later can direct you to undergo an EKG, blood test, and x-ray, or also refer you to the right specialist doctor (for example, internist).
Hope this helps ...