The Cause Of Breathing Feels Tightness Accompanied By Limp Body And Cold Body Temperature
Hello, my name is eva … I want to ask you lately I have difficulty breathing regularly, like I don’t reach lungs, sometimes I have to keep breathing so I can breathe until my lungs, other symptoms sometimes feel limp, if for body temperature around 35 u0026deg; .. Please answer, thank you …
Thank you for the question.
An uncomfortable sensation when breathing with weakness may indicate that your respiratory system is disturbed, for example due to rhinosinusitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, pleural effusion, pneumothorax, chronic obsstructive pulmonary disease, even lung cancer. It could also be that, actually your complaint arises due to interference in other organ systems, such as:
Indigestion, for example due to gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, food allergies, intestinal obstruction, Crohn's disease, infections
Cardiac disorders, for example due to valve abnormalities or heart rhythm, weak heart, congestive heart failure
Other factors, for example due to psychosomatic disorders, liver disorders, electrolyte balance disorders, anemia, hypoglycemia, dehydration, hypotension,
excessive anxiety disorders, ascites, poisoning, drug side effects, and so on
If with these complaints you can still work as usual, you really do not need to panic. Try to overcome your complaints first by:
Regularly exercise at least 30 minutes every day
Control your emotions and stress wisely
Take care of your weight, so you don't get too fat
Eat regularly, do not be late, reduce consumption of foods and beverages that contain gas
If there are things that make you allergic, stay away
Stay away from cigarettes and fumes, pollution, dust, and other substances that might make your complaints worse
Chest warm compresses that feel uncomfortable
However, if you feel extreme tightness, even if it is difficult to even have a mild activity, or if other complaints appear more severe, such as wheezing, swelling, excessive sweating, palpitations, palpitations in the chest, etc. you are better off check with yourself directly to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine to be evaluated (for example by heart record, spirometry, x-ray, ultrasound) and further treatment according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.