Shortness Of Breath And Mouth Releasing Air Bubbles And As If Unable To Feel The Tongue?
Good evening, I want to say I feel short of breath and I feel like my mouth is like I want to release air bubbles like I can’t feel my own tongue, why is that? Please help. R nThank you in advance
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The symptoms you mentioned can occur for several reasons, including:
Acid reflux or GERD, this disease causes symptoms of tightness, heartburn, burning chest or chest pain, uncomfortable throat and sour tongue
Gastritis, or the condition when the stomach becomes irritated or inflamed, can be due to bacterial infections, side effects of drugs, stress and alcohol consumption
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, a lung disorder caused by frequent inhalation of pollution or cigarette smoke for a long time, one of the symptoms is shortness of breath.
As for the symptoms of not being able to feel the tongue itself, it is actually rare and not characteristic enough to describe a particular disease. Our advice is that you should check with a general practitioner first for a detection of the condition you are experiencing. Your doctor will ask you a few questions to dig up your history, perform a physical exam that focuses on the chest and upper abdomen, then perform investigations which may include blood tests to further narrow the possibilities. The treatment you will receive later depends on the results of this examination. If it feels complicated, your doctor will later refer you to a pulmonary or internal medicine specialist.
Meanwhile, avoid pollution and cigarette smoke or use a mask. Avoid delaying eating, or if you are fasting, at least avoid eating spicy, oily, and acidic foods especially when breaking the fast. Avoid eating a lot of food at the same time and close to bedtime. Increase the consumption of water, and avoid stress. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa