How To Deal With Chest Pain?
! Before my chest hurt, I did a fairly long run until I was very tired, the day after my chest immediately hurt when I jumped and ran, is it dangerous / how to deal with it / should I immediately consult the nearest doctor
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Complaints that you experience can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Cardiac disorders, where the heart experiences a decrease in blood supply, characterized by chest pain such as squeezing, palpitations, cold sweats, shortness of breath, nausea and vomiting.
Disorders of the lungs characterized by chest pain when breathing in, shortness of breath.
Disorders of the surrounding digestive organs, such as the stomach (often increased levels of stomach acid cause chest pain / burning chest pain), liver, bile and pancreas. Pain is followed by symptoms of indigestion such as nausea, vomiting, difficulty defecating, and so on.
-tightness/pulling of chest muscles
Disorders of the sternum such as trauma to the sternum
You should consult a specialist in internal medicine. The doctor will conduct interviews, related examinations.
Your doctor may advise you to do a heart record and chest X-ray to find out the cause of your complaint.
You should immediately go to an isolated health facility if you experience chest pain that does not go away with rest, chest pain that radiates to the left hand causes a tingling sensation
Here are the dangers of HEART ATTACK
Some suggestions that can be done to reduce pain are:
-Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption
-Lots of rest, at least 8 hours/day
-Manage stress well. Excessive stress often causes many physical symptoms.
-Eat healthy and nutritious
-Avoid eating late
-Avoid consuming sour and spicy food
-Avoid consumption of coffee, tea, soft drinks
-Consuming over-the-counter stomach acid drugs such as antacids
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