Shortness Of Breath And Throat Phlegm, Is It Due To Food Allergies?
Hello, before I experienced shortness of breath and like there was a sticky phlegm in my throat, but I did not have the flu and did not cough, then I went to the doctor and was given medicine, the shortness of breath disappeared, but the phlegm was like there was still and never disappear, and also pain on the right leg from the thigh to the bottom, according to the doctor I visited I was allergic to food, according to HealthReplies.com I was sick and how was it handled, thank you 🙏
Thank you for the question.
Shortness of breath and phlegm can indeed be caused one of them by food allergies. However, if this complaint appears accompanied by other complaints, such as pain in the legs to the thighs, it is also necessary to consider other possible causes, for example viral or bacterial infections (including Corona virus infection)), dyspepsia, inflammatory disorders, psychosomatic disorders, airway irritation or digestion, inflammation of the intestine, intestinal obstruction, fibromyalgia, malnutrition, excessive anxiety disorders, and so on.
These conditions, if only mild in intensity, and still allow you to work as usual, you should not worry too much. To improve, try to do it first:
Compress warm tight chest and legs to sore thighs
Eat more regularly, do not overeat foods that are excessive and fatty foods
Drink more warm water
Exercise regularly every day
Not taking drugs carelessly
Wear clothes and comfortable footwear when you are active
If there are things that make you allergic (including food), stay away so as not to cause tightness
Conversely, if the tightness and pain are very disturbing, you can check yourself directly to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine so that further evaluation and treatment according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.