Stiffness In The Abdomen, Difficulty Breathing, And Pain In The Back Of The Body?
Hello, I want to ask, my stomach feels hard and I feel hard to breathe and when I bend, right? And I feel skittish like veins, why don’t you think? thank you
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Stiffness in the stomach, difficulty breathing, and pain in the back of the body can refer to disorders of the digestive tract, respiratory tract, muscles or joints and supporting tissues, to various other organ systems. Not always this condition is dangerous. However, if the complaint appears with a heavy intensity, to the limit of your daily activities, or appears to be enduring for a long time, then you need to be vigilant.
Some conditions that often cause your complaints include:
GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), which is a condition in which some stomach acid rises back to the throat and triggers irritation
Gastritis, which is inflammation of the gastric mucosa that often occurs due to drug side effects, improper eating patterns, immune disorders, infections, hormonal fluctuations, and many other possibilities
Bronchitis, which is inflammation of the airways that lead to the lungs, the cause can be due to allergies, infections, or exposure to cigarette smoke and other chemicals
Pinched nerve, which is the pinched nerve around the spinal cord, can be caused by injury, degenerative abnormalities, to infection or tumors around the spine
Others, such as gastric ulcer, pleurisy, ARI, heart attack, fibromyalgia, psychosomatic disorders, panic attacks, rheumatoid arthritis, post-injury, asthma, etc.
If your complaint is mild and temporary, the following steps might help you:
Compress your back abdomen and body with warm water
Expand to rest, use a comfortable sleeping pad, flat, not too hard but not too soft
Wear comfortable clothes, don't be too tight
Regularly exercising, especially aerobic sports and activities, such as yoga, swimming
Pay attention to your body posture when you are active
Live a healthy lifestyle
Eat regularly, little by little but often
Do not carelessly take medicine
If with the steps above your complaint still does not improve, immediately check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine so that the right treatment is given, yes. For some conditions, the doctor can also conduct a supporting examination, such as x-rays, heart records , Ultrasound, and so on to make the right diagnosis if deemed necessary.
Hope this helps ...