Middle Chest Pain?
want to ask why yes sometimes the middle chest hurts suddenly but it quickly disappears
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Temporary chest pain that is often not a dangerous condition. This pain is often triggered by muscle cramps that are triggered by fatigue in activities, body position that is not ergonomic during activities, lack of exercise, to the lack of certain vitamins and neurotropic minerals.
It could also, pain in the middle of the chest as you experience due to other triggers, for example:
Respiratory disorders, such as due to pleurisy, pneumonia, bronchitis Digestive disorders, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, gastric ulcer or duodenal disorders Heart problems, such as heart attacks, pericarditis Disorders of other organ systems, such as somatoform disorders, panic attacks, fibromyalgia, nerve peptic ulcers , post herpetic neuralgia, etc. You can prevent your complaints from getting worse and always repeat with the following steps:
Eat with discipline 3 to 5 hours (small portions, don't overdo it) Don't overdo eating spicy, sour foods, and also contain a lot of gas when digested (such as coconut milk, fried foods, cabbage, mustard greens) Don't lie down right after eating Drink enough Wear comfortable clothes, don't be too tight. Expand to exercise Do not stress excessively When pain appears, compress your chest with warm water If you then find that your chest pain continues to recur, with greater intensity, or cause you to experience vomiting, tightness, sweating Excessive cold, blurred vision, and other more severe complaints, immediately check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that you are given the best treatment, ok?
I hope this helps.