How To Treat Chest Tightness, Difficult Belching And Loss Of Consciousness?
lately I often feel chest tightness, difficulty belching, and often like losing consciousness …
Chest complaints, difficulty belching and loss of consciousness can be caused by various things. To find out exactly the cause of these symptoms requires a direct examination by a doctor, the doctor will conduct a medical interview related to the history of the disease you feel, as well as conduct a thorough physical examination to look for signs and possible causes and if necessary the doctor can also conduct a supporting examination. To find out whether a dangerous condition or a serious disease must be seen from a direct examination carried out by a doctor and treatment can vary depending on the cause that will later be found.
Broadly speaking, complaints of chest tightness / shortness of breath can be caused by a variety of things, such as:
- abnormalities in the lungs, such as asthma (narrowing of the airways due to allergic processes), COPD / chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, is a disease due to lung tissue damage due to smoking, or other respiratory-related diseases such as flu, cough, presence of lung infections, pneumonia, etc.
- disorders of the heart, such as heart failure or heart attack.
- disorders of the digestive organs such as stomach ulcers or stomach pain or GERD where there is an increase in stomach acid to the throat causing a hot sensation in the chest and until it feels tight.
- There are psychological or mental disorders such as anxiety disorders, panic attacks, stress, etc.
- a history of trauma or injury to the chest area.
In addition to the possibility of symptoms such as loss of consciousness, if you mean like a fainting condition, this can be caused by lack of oxygen reaching the brain tissue can be caused due to anemic condition, or sudden changes in body position (for example from sleeping straight up) , or other conditions such as hypotension, blood loss / bleeding, etc.
If you continue to feel this complaint and feel increasingly burdensome it's good for you to see a doctor. So the doctor can ascertain the cause of your complaint and take appropriate care.
Thus information from us, hopefully helps.