Struggling But No Shortness Of Breath Or Chest Pain?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Symptoms of 'ngosan' in medical terms is also called dyspneu. This condition can occur due to insufficient oxygen flow to the tissues, it could be due to the respiratory tract, it could be because the heart is pumping its blood, it could be its own blood, it could also be due to its tissues which need more air. More specifically, there are several possible causes, including:
Lack of exercise Smoking or frequent pollution Low blood pressure Low red blood cell levels Lung infections Disorders of the heart muscle Other lung diseases such as asthma, COPD and so on
GERD and stomach acid can indeed cause you to have respiratory problems, but they are certainly accompanied by stomach pain and indigestion. For your case, because your heart has been declared fine on an EKG, try to find out the condition of other organs, namely the lungs, through the help of a pulmonary doctor. Our advice is that you should check the condition of your lungs, especially if you are a smoker. Your doctor will then take an x-ray of your chest and if there is any abnormality in your lungs it should be visible from there.
Meanwhile, try to lose weight until you reach your ideal weight. You shouldn't worry about exercising, because heart disease is much more common among those who rarely exercise. As for people who get heart disease while exercising, it is not because of exercise, but because there are heart problems beforehand. In addition, avoid fatty and oily foods, eat lots of vegetables, fruit and mineral water, and get adequate rest. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa