Often Suddenly Shortness Of Breath Accompanied By Feet That Feel Sore And Restless When Going To Sleep?
I am a student who is 17 years old. But I often feel shortness of breath that suddenly when I have no history of asthma. Sudden headaches and feet that often feel achy and restless. When I lie down, it feels very difficult because sometimes my legs are very restless. What happened because of that?
Thank you for the question.
Shortness of breath, headache, aching feet, and excessive anxiety do not always occur due to asthma. It could also, these various complaints arise due to other reasons, for example:
Dyspepsia (increased stomach acid)
Other factors, such as drug abuse, excessive consumption of caffeine, viral or bacterial infections, bronchitis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, specific phobias, inflammatory disorders, etc.
It is not yet certain what exactly triggered your complaints only with an online consultation like this. But our advice, if your complaint is really disturbing, it's better to check yourself directly to the doctor at the nearest health facility. If necessary, the doctor can also refer you to the right specialist doctor, such as a psychiatrist, internist, etc. .
In the meantime, what can be done to improve complaints is:
Warm compresses to your chest, head and feet that are uncomfortable
Rest 6-8 hours a day
Regularly exercise every day
Don't eat too late, drink more (2-3 liters of water a day)
Never consume caffeinated drinks and any energy drinks
Stay away from alcohol, cigarettes, especially drugs
Sleep regularly and early (6-8 hours a day)
Expand relaxation, such as by doing yoga, meditation, vacation, and worship
Hope this helps ...