Shortness Of Breath Is Accompanied By Frequent Belching And The Stomach Feels Like It Until Hallucinations
3 days I felt my breathing was heavy, and was like hallucinations even though I was active, so like a dazed person, I didn’t have a cold, I didn’t have a fever and didn’t cough. the stomach feels better even
Thank you for the question.
Breathing that feels heavy, often belches, and the stomach feels like it is most likely caused by the amount of gas that is trapped in your digestive tract. This condition can be a lot of triggers, including due to consumption of foods and beverages that contain gas (including foods and beverages that are sour, spicy, coconut milk, oily, fizzy, caffeinated, mustard greens, cabbage, tubers, milk, and processed products), eating habits too fast, breathing through the mouth, and irregular eating can also make this condition worse. Apart from gas accumulating in the digestive tract, your complaints may also be caused by food allergies, intestinal obstruction, dyspepsia, carbohydrate malabsorption, gastroenteritis, benign or malignant tumors in the digestive tract, and many other digestive disorders. Disturbances in other organ systems, such as the heart, airways, and so on can sometimes be similar to the complaints you experience.
Your condition is often hallucinating and in a daze, it could be a sign that you are experiencing severe mental stress. This condition can increase the production of stress hormones, and indirectly will also trigger an increase in stomach acid production which can worsen your current complaints. If these hallucinations and dazes recur so often that they interfere with your activities and functions, it could also be that this condition refers to a psychiatric disorder, for example post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, schizophrenia, and so on.
Better, you first resolve your complaint by:
Sleep early and regularly Don't get too many thoughts Don't also often daydream, be alone, or daydream Busy your days with positive activities Compress warm chest and stomach discomfort Regular exercise Do not consume foods and drinks that contain a lot of gas (like already mentioned above) Eat small portions but often and regularly Do not overeat close to bed Drink more Do not take any medication first If with the efforts above your complaints actually worsen and interfere with your daily activities and functions, you should check direct yourself to the nearest doctor, yes ... If necessary, the doctor will refer you to an internal medicine doctor or psychiatrist to get the best treatment.
Hope this helps ...