Shortness Of Breath Due To Phlegm And Sore Throat?
So I just got short of breath because of my thirst and that every night my breathing was blocked because of my thirst. Initially the thirst of green and yellow. Over time it’s only white. But that often. That makes me spit up a lot and my throat hurts a little. That’s me why what illness? If you are tired of work sometimes the body is a little hot and dizzy
Hello Salman, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Reading the complaints you wrote above, these complaints can be caused by several possible conditions such as:
ISPA Influenza Bronchitis Asthma COPD Strep throat Tonsillitis Inflammatory pneumonia COCID-19 TBC Due to your complaints to date have not improved and cause disruption during activity or rest, it is highly recommended to check your complaints further to the doctor for direct evaluation either on your complaints or your current physical condition. During the evaluation, it is very possible that you are encouraged to carry out further investigations to ascertain the cause of your complaint such as chest x-rays, sputum examination, blood tests or other tests according to the doctor's consideration.
For now, in addition to checking your complaints further to the doctor, you are encouraged to:
Do not travel outside the house until at least 14 days after the complaint is felt, except to the health facility / doctor Use a mask while the complaint is still felt Avoiding the consumption of foods / drinks that are spicy, quite strong textured acids, high in fat and contain ice while increasing the minimum water intake 2 liters a day Maintain a balanced intake of nutritious food and adequate portions every day Increase the intake of vegetables and fruit Covering the mouth and nose when coughing using tissue or the inside of the elbow, and immediately throwing tissue into a closed trash can. Avoid throwing spit / sputum carelessly, throw it away in a special place that is open and flows directly to disposal such as the toilet Make sure the air vents in your home, workplace and room are good Avoid things that you feel trigger or aggravate complaints wherever possible Avoid cigarettes Avoid sharing food / drinks and your personal equipment with others Give a jar ak at least 1 meter to get close to other people Avoid excessive fatigue Get adequate rest at least 6-8 hours a day Avoid stress Try taking cough medicines and vitamin supplements / immune enhancers sold freely on the market at appropriate dosage packages until there are further recommendations from your doctor Try also to check your risk for Corona virus infection easily and gently through the following link: check the risk of corona.
I hope this helps.