Shortness Of Breath When Tired, Cold Sweat And Chest Pain?
Morning. I want to ask about the symptoms of a swollen heart but I do not feel my feet are swollen that I feel hight tightness when tired, lethargic, cold suddenly sweat, chest pain, that’s all. Thanks
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Shortness of breath when tired, lethargic, cold sweat, and chest pain does not always indicate that you have heart swelling (cardiomegaly or cardiomyopathy). It could also, a series of complaints arising from other causes, such as lack of exercise, gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, peptic ulcer, heart attack, bronchitis, asthma, pleurisy, viral or bacterial infections, panic attacks, psychosomatic disorders, pneumothorax, and so on.
Heart swelling is not really the name of a disease, but only one of the symptoms of the disease. This condition is usually confirmed by radiological examination, such as an x-ray. Clinically, sufferers of heart swelling will indeed experience shortness of breath, fatigue, and other discomforts as you experience. However, this complaint will usually appear also accompanied by heart rhythm disorders (arrhythmias) and swelling of the body (edema). Cardiac swelling is more prone to occur in people with hypertension, heart valve disorders, a history of heart attacks, pericardial effusion, anemia, thyroid gland disorders, as well as those who have a family history of heart swelling.
Your complaints, if the intensity is very disturbing, should be checked directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. As an effort to establish a diagnosis, your doctor can also direct you to undergo laboratory tests, X-rays, heart records, ultrasound, or other supporting tests.
In order to improve complaints, try to do it first:
Routine exercise every day (30-60 minutes of the percentage)
Go to bed early and regularly
Compress the thoracic chest with warm water
Don't think too much
Eat healthy foods and have a balanced nutritional value
Do not carelessly take medicine
Stay away from cigarettes and alcohol
Hope this helps ...