How To Deal With The Side Effects Of Anti-tightness Drugs Purchased At Stalls?
I want to ask, sya15thun age .. Yesterday my breath shortness, then I took the medicine neo nafasin, 3butir but in drinking before eating ,,, now the side effects are getting worse ,, excessive sweating out, difficulty sweating, insomnia, nausea … How to deal with the side effects
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Shortness of breath can be many possible causes. Maybe, you think the tightness you experience is a sign of asthma. When in fact there are many other conditions that can also trigger shortness of breath, including:
Respiratory disorders, such as bronchitis, pneumonia Digestive disorders, such as gastritis, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) Heart disorders, such as cardiomyopathy, heart attacks Mental disorders, such as panic attacks, psychosomatic disorders, etc. Because the cause is not necessarily asthma, the administration of asthma medications, as you mentioned is not always right.
The drug you took previously contains the active composition of theophylline and pseudoephedrine. This drug can help relieve shortness of breath that occurs related to airway obstruction, for example in people with asthma, emphysema, or bronchitis. It is true, one of the side effects that is often found in people who consume this drug is the production of excessive sweating, anxiety, palpitations, difficulty sleeping, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and so on. In people whose shortness of breath does not occur related to airway obstruction, it could be that the tightness they experienced actually becomes burdensome after the consumption of this drug.
It is also possible that the complaints that you are experiencing right now are actually triggered by other factors, such as hyperthyroidism, dyspepsia, mental disorders, viral or bacterial infections, and so on.
Therefore, we recommend that you do not take any medication to treat tightness without consulting a doctor first. First visit a health facility that provides the services of a general practitioner or specialist in internal medicine, so that your condition can be treated properly according to the underlying cause.
In the meantime, we urge you to stop taking the drug before the doctor declares it safe for you to take it, while taking the following steps:
Strive to always sleep regularly and enough Avoid excessive consumption of caffeine (including tea, coffee and soda) Stay away from alcohol and cigarettes Always eat and drink healthy every day Expand to drink water If there is a substance that often aggravates your tightness, stay away from contact with the substance Live a healthy lifestyle. Hope it helps.