How To Deal With Frequent Shortness Of Breath At Night, A Full Stomach And Heartburn?
I am 29 years old I often experience shortness of breath every mlm. starting in 2014. every shortness of breath I was rushed to close because it was difficult to draw oxygen until the head tilted accompanied by tingling palms and leg muscles taut until not able to jl and stngh last 2 months I was treated very quickly because of my weak physical condition and the medical results of the endoscopy of the torok were good. I just said the doctor for stomach acid. But what worries me is that I often experience shortness of breath every mlm my stomach feels full. My liver hurts because I breathe too hard. psychosomatic, I haven’t lived it. What is the problem with breathing, what is the name of apesialis for examination of the respiratory tract / diaphragm.
Hello Itha, Thank you for the question.
You need to know that complaints of shortness of breath are not always related to disorders of the respiratory system. This complaint can be caused by various health conditions, including acid reflux that is conveyed by the doctor who has examined you. In addition, some other causes of shortness of breath are:
tuberculosis, pneumonia, pleural effusion, heart disease, kidney failure, anxiety disorders, anemia, and other acid reflux disease itself can cause heartburn, chest pain, shortness of breath, flatulence, nausea, vomiting, sore throat, belching, bitter mouth. Have you taken medication from a doctor and modified your lifestyle? If it is caused by gastric acid, the doctor will usually provide stomach acid regulating drugs. You should also adjust your lifestyle by:
avoid spicy and greasy foods avoid consuming caffeinated, fizzy and alcoholic drinks avoid eating too late at night, you should eat your last dinner 3-4 hours before bedtime avoid eating large portions, you should eat small portions but try to sleep more often with a pillow that is higher avoid wearing tight clothing in the stomach area avoid smoking It is impossible to know the cause of your complaint without a doctor's examination. If you are still not satisfied with the doctor's explanation or because your complaint has not been controlled, please go back to consult with an internal medicine specialist. Please also try to manage psychological stress well. Try doing relaxation breathing techniques before bed.
I hope this helps.