Overcoming Dizziness Accompanied By Shortness Of Breath After Smoking?
peacernAssalamualaikum wr wbrnrn1. Dear doctor, I am a heavy smoker, now after smoking my head is often dizzy, chest feels hot, sometimes even tightness in the neck (I have a history of acute stomach too).rnrn2. Next, the doctor, I often stumble when I pee, if it stumbles, the waist hurts a lot, sometimes the left side sometimes alternates with back pain. Right now I can’t lift heavy, I can’t sit for too long, I can hurt my spine near the sulbiumrnrnThank you for the helprnBilahi taufiq walhidayah
Smoking is a thing that is not good for the health of the body. Smoking can cause various conditions such as damaging blood vessels, nerves, causing lung cancer, lung disease.
From the situation you are experiencing, heartburn, shortness of breath and dizziness may be caused by coronary heart disease. Coronary heart disease is a condition in which there is an interruption of blood flow in the blood vessels of the heart which causes a reduction in the supply of oxygen to the heart muscle. Coronary heart disease (CHD) has risk factors such as smoking, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, high blood cholesterol levels. CHD can cause symptoms such as chest pain, chest heaviness, chest heat, shortness of breath, cold sweats, weakness, and sometimes accompanied by dizziness. CHD is a dangerous thing and requires immediate medical attention.
But apart from that, the situation you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
gastritis/inflammation of the stomach lining
GERD / stomach acid disease
Pain in the waist accompanied by strangulation of urine may be caused by a stone in the urinary tract. Stones in the urinary tract can cause symptoms such as pain in the waist, pain when urinating, feeling hot when urinating, nausea and vomiting and can be followed by fever.
But the low back pain that you are experiencing can be caused by other causes such as pinched nerves, muscle tension in the waist area, kidney infections, kidney inflammation.
Therefore, to determine the exact cause of your condition, you should immediately consult a doctor so that the doctor can examine your condition directly. Maybe later additional examinations such as blood tests, ecg, ultrasound, x-rays will be carried out if necessary.
It is recommended that you do not smoke and avoid exposure to secondhand smoke. Eat nutritious food. Reduce consumption of foods that contain lots of fat and reduce salt. Regular exercise.
Here's an article you can read about coronary heart disease
may be useful. Thank you