Shortness Of Breath, Back Pain, And Chest
Doc, shortness of breath, chest pain, back pain, back pain too, why is that, doc.padahal, have already checked into the hospital, have been given medicine to breathe, for the stomach. But it’s still crowded, why, doc?
Hello Ka Devi.
Shortness of breath is a complaint that can be subjective or objective. Based on the causes, it is very diverse, it can be in the form of physical or psychological problems. Shortness can be caused by disorders of the organs in the chest or organs in the abdomen bordering the chest. For example, stomach disorders, liver disorders, bile disorders, or pancreatic disorders. Most often experienced by patients is a disorder of the stomach, which can be in the form of gastritis, peptic ulcers, or GERD. The problem can be acute or chronic.
In the case of chronic gastric disorders, symptoms are generally clearer and appear more often. Shortness of breath, chest pain, uluhati pain, burning sensation along the chest to the back, bloating, nausea, vomiting, easy satiety, all of which can be caused by stomach disorders. Chronic disorders take a long time to heal. Generally patients need at least regular control for 2-3 months. The doctor will observe the progress and adjust the type and dosage of the drug.
The most important thing is to improve diet and lifestyle. Without these two things, even if a person goes for medical treatment regularly, it is very likely that the problem will continue to recur. You can do:
Eat a little but often.
Choose foods that are easily digested such as carbohydrates or protein.
Expand to eat vegetables and fruit.
Avoid oily foods, foods that are too sour or spicy.
Avoid foods that are preserved and contain coloring.
Avoid cigarettes, caffeine, soda, and alcohol.
Exercise 3-5 times at home for 30 minutes.
Sleep 7-9 hours a night.
Look for other types of drugs and supplements that make symptoms worse.
If you are not in an emergency, avoid seeing a doctor during this pandemic. Emergency conditions related to stomach problems can be severe nausea, vomiting, no nutritional intake at all, or vomiting mixed with blood.
Hopefully this information can help you. Regards.