The Appearance Of Disturbing Sounds Coming From The Chest To The Mouth
Hello, hello, doc I want to ask. Every time I move my shoulder left or right, why is there a sound like someone blowing a balloon from the chest to the mouth. When I hold my breath and move my shoulders, the sound does not appear. I don’t have other symptoms such as sneezing etc., it’s just that I often burp. Where do you think this sound came from, doc, and what is this symptom? Thank you
Originally posted 2020-04-14 10:44:11.
Thank you for the question.
The appearance of disturbing sounds that come from the chest to the mouth is actually not typically referring to the symptoms of a certain disease. However, if complaints appear accompanied by frequent belching, it is most likely that this condition occurs due to gastric acid which rises to reach the esophagus (gastroesophageal reflux disease). This disturbing sound can also occur due to other reasons, for example asthma, bronchitis, gastritis, heart problems, laryngopharyngeal reflux, tinnitus, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, psychosomatic disorders, side effects of drugs, ear plugs, otitis media or external, meniere's disease , hypertension, delusional disorders, and so on.
If your complaint only appears occasionally, without other complaints, often your condition is not dangerous. In order to improve, try to be more disciplined in applying a regular diet, don't eat foods that contain a lot of gas, also consume caffeinated beverages, get enough sleep, don't forget to exercise and relax so that you don't get stressed, don't get used to listening to excessive noise, don't too prying or inserting any object into your ear.
However, if complaints are repeated very often, to the point of interfering with your activities, or causing you to experience shortness, vomiting, and other severe complaints, do not hesitate to check yourself directly to the doctor, yes. Depending on the cause, later the doctor can give you treatment different.
Hope this helps ...