Satiety After Breaking The Fast And Feels Like It Is So Short Of Breath?
today I broke my fast with a menu that is quite a lot so that I am very full and very full and indeed my stomach is bloated like a pregnant person and I also did not PMS for the last 5 months after a few minutes I played the cellphone not long after I felt my body was not very good stomach I felt so tight that my chest was tight so I couldn’t breathe my vision was blurry to the dark like I wanted to faint but I endured the blurred vision and the fireflies that lasted quite a long time and I felt like I wanted to die because I was so hard to breathe my breath felt stifled I tried to stretch out like that I thought I would die tonight but alhmadulillah I can still breathe but I still feel very, very scared because of this, what do you think happened to me?
Hello Milo, Thank you for the question.
If you eat a lot of foods, especially those containing carbohydrates, blood sugar levels will increase in the body. If you eat foods with simple carbohydrates, these carbohydrates will be easily broken down and metabolized in the body so that blood sugar immediately increases. This increase in blood sugar levels triggers the release of the hormone insulin into the body. The insulin hormone is responsible for channeling sugar / glucose into tissues and organs. Brain cells require a greater supply of glucose as a source of energy. If this glucose is immediately distributed to the tissues and other organs of the body, the level of glucose available in the blood is not sufficient to provide supply to brain cells. Because of this, you can feel the sensation of passing out.
In addition, if you consume a lot of food, this can trigger the increase of stomach acid into the esophagus because the limited stomach space may not be able to accommodate all the food that is entered so that the lower muscles of the esophagus will weaken a little and stomach acid can rise up into the esophagus. This condition can cause complaints of middle chest pain, shortness of breath, full stomach, and belching.
You should avoid consuming too much food. Just consume food according to your needs. Also avoid lying down after eating.
On the other hand, the word menstruation is not the same as the word pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS). PMS is a symptom experienced by women before menstruation. These symptoms include mood swings, breast tenderness, fatigue, increased appetite, headaches, etc. So, the use of the term PMS in your statement above is not correct. Delay in menstruation can be caused by various conditions that require further medical attention if this has been going on for 5 months. Some conditions that cause menstrual delays, such as being underweight or overweight, drastic weight changes, strict diet, high psychological stress, excessive physical activity, having chronic diseases or experiencing infections in the body, use of hormonal contraceptives, thyroid hormone disorders, ovarian syndrome polycystic. You should immediately consult an obstetrician and gynecologist for further examination and treatment.
Also do the following recommendations:
maintain ideal weight avoid strict diets consume more nutritious food exercise regularly but avoid excessive physical activity manage stress well Hope it helps.