The Cause Of Abdominal Pain Accompanied By A Limp Body?
I am IT 30 years, 45kg. I have a gastric acid pain 1 month ago and there was gerd too, until I was in the emergency room but was only given medicine and not treated. I was given a doctor sukralfate and difficult to improve. But sometimes the stomach still likes pain and the body feels weak when before eating, if after eating everything feels normal and before I was a smoker since my illness totally stopped smoking now. Does the effect of stomach pain sometimes feel fever but not fever and weakness like want to fall because of the healing process and the effect of me quitting smoking huh? Please help. Thank you
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Gastric acid disease and GERD are the same diseases. GERD is an abbreviation for gastroesophageal reflux disease or gastroesophageal reflux disease, a disease in which the contents of the stomach and stomach acid go back up into the upper gastrointestinal tract (esophagus and can also reach the mouth).
People who have this disease are strongly advised to stop smoking because cigarettes can trigger more stomach acid production and also weaken the contraction of the gastroesophageal sphincter (the valve between the stomach and esophagus) which functions to prevent food and stomach acid from rising back up.
The symptoms of dizziness and weakness that you experience can indeed be caused by the effect of quitting smoking. People who have smoked for a long time, especially if they smoke a lot every day, can experience the "drug withdrawal" effect of nicotine in cigarettes. The effects of this drug withdrawal can occur in only a few days to a few weeks. Some dropout effects that can be experienced include:
headache and dizziness
body limp and tired quickly
even psychological symptoms can occur such as anxiety, depression, and irritability
Usually all symptoms will improve after 5 weeks of quitting smoking, but the biggest challenge that is commonly experienced is the desire to smoke again. This is the most difficult thing to fight, but it is not impossible if you have a strong desire to be healthier.
Some things you can do to help overcome your GERD symptoms:
try to eat small amounts but more often (eat every 3-4 hours, but only in small amounts)
avoid eating foods that are too fatty, too spicy, and too sour
avoid the consumption of coffee, alcohol, and soft drinks
reduce foods that produce gas
do not lie down / lie down after eating
lose weight if there is excess weight
still avoid smoking
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