Heartburn And Pain In The Back Accompanied By Tingling Fingers, Dizziness And Difficulty Sleeping?
, lately I was rather difficult to sleep and my energy was not exhausted until the morning. I try to stop coffee 1 cup per day does not seem so different because I’m used to coffee. The food I eat seems to be enough to just stop the carbo and the amount of protein etc is quite a coincidence that I am a vegetarian. I tried a 1.5 hour yoga night to get tired but still have trouble sleeping. My back feels hot, achy, warm and a little short of breath sometimes. I have a headache for two days. Then the left toes are tingling and a little numb 1 on the left. Left ankle rheumatic pain, including buttocks and thighs, if this is yoga, I have stopped for a long time. This happens morning or night. Why is this? thank you
Thank you for the question.
Insomnia can occur due to physical disorders, or psychological. Referring to your information that often experience heartburn and aches in your back, shortness of breath, dizziness, tingling and numb fingers, and sciatica in the area of the ankles, thighs, and buttocks, then maybe, these complaints are wrong one factor that causes you difficulty sleeping. In general, your various complaints can arise because of many triggers, including fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, lack of neurotropic nutrition, nerve nerves, gastroesophageal reflux disease, bronchitis, viral or bacterial infections, vascular disorders, immunity disorders, and so on. In addition, insomnia can also arise due to other triggers, for example due to heavy mental stress when lost loved ones or objects, have problems with work, experience conflicts in the household, and so on. This latter condition, if extremely intense, may also refer to a psychiatric disorder, for example post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, excessive anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and so on.
Our advice, if indeed the complaint feels very disturbing, you should go to see a doctor directly. Depending on the doctor's suspicion regarding the cause of your complaint, you can later be referred to an internist, psychiatrist, neurologist, and so on.
In the meantime, what needs to be done is:
Sleep more regularly Keep up your habit of regular exercise every day, not only yoga, but also floor exercises, lifting weights, swimming, aerobic exercise, etc. Go for a healthy and balanced diet. Drink enough, too. Compress warm areas of the body that are painful, tightness, and tingling Not drinking alcohol Not also taking any medication, including sleeping pills Stop the habit of drinking coffee, tea, soda, and energy drinks, before being declared safe by your doctor Hope it helps yes ..