Left Chest Feels Uncomfortable With Headache And Nausea?
Good afternoon, I want to ask why my left chest is uncomfortable, headache, nausea but not vomiting, my breath is fine and never short of breath. Is this a symptom of heart disease, please explain.rnThank you.
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Discomfort in the left chest, dizziness, and nausea can be symptoms of heart disease. The discomfort that arises as a result of this condition is usually not sharp like being stabbed, but like being pressed by a heavy object. These complaints will generally get worse with activity and improve with rest. In addition, sufferers can also feel weak, cold sweats, blurry vision, or various other complaints. The cause is not smooth blood flow in the coronary arteries that supply the heart muscle.
In addition, it could also be a series of complaints that you experience arising from other causes, for example:
Disorders of the respiratory tract, such as bronchitis (inflammation of the bronchi), pneumonia (inflammation of the lung parenchyma), tuberculosis, pleurisy (inflammation of the membrane that covers the lungs) Gastrointestinal disorders, such as gastritis (inflammation of the stomach), GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), cholangitis ( inflammation of the gallbladder) Disorders of muscles, nerves, and their supporting tissues, for example myalgia (muscle pain), pinched nerves Psychosomatic disorders, side effects of drugs, hormonal changes (in women, for example during pregnancy), etc. Do your complaints have characteristics such as heart disease? as mentioned above? How old are you now?
You should check your complaint directly to the doctor. Suspicion of heart disease can generally be evaluated through a physical examination, interview, and also supporting tests, such as laboratory or heart records. If necessary, the doctor can also perform other examinations, such as X-rays, ultrasound, and so on.
You can first reduce the discomfort you experience using a warm compress while limiting activities that are too strenuous. If you feel nauseous, don't consume foods or drinks that can produce a lot of gas, such as coconut milk, chili, cabbage, mustard greens, tubers, soda, and caffeine. Get regular sleep, exercise regularly, maintain an ideal body weight, control your emotions, and keep your diet in check to avoid the risk of heart disease.
Hope it helps ya..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah