The Cause Of Chest Pain Around The Heart Accompanied By Breathing Feels Relieved?
Excuse me. I have a narrow breathing, when sitting / lying down doesn’t feel relieved, and sometimes the occasional pain in the heart .. Please answer the doctor !!
Dyspnea or shortness of breath (water hunger) is a symptom that can accompany various types of diseases, not always due to disorders of the respiratory tract, but can also be due to disorders of the heart, metabolic disorders, and also psychological disorders.
Patients who experience shortness of breath may be able to complain of other symptoms such as:
Shortness of breath Shortness of breath no relief Chest like bound Heart palpitating Sound of breath wheezing Chest pain Some common causes of shortness of breath are:
Asthma Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Congestive heart failure Pneumonia Panic attacks Anxiety disorders Shortness of breath that accompanies chest pain complaints (especially in the left area) requires extra attention because it can arise in cases of heart attacks. A heart attack occurs when blood supply to the heart muscle decreases, it could be due to a blockage in the blood vessels that supply the heart muscle or it could be because the blood vessels constrict. A typical heart attack has the following characteristics:
Left or behind chest pain in the middle of the sternum that the patient cannot accurately pinpoint. Chest pain is felt like being crushed by heavy objects or like something is bound to the chest Chest pain can spread to the left arm or neck and jaw Chest pain especially appears after activity can be reduced at rest. However, in severe cases chest pain can occur at rest with a duration of> 15 minutes and does not decrease spontaneously Chest pain can be accompanied by complaints of shortness of breath, heavy cold sweating, palpitations, such as fainting. If you experience these complaints, you should see yourself immediately to the doctor to get a medical examination and treatment.
For complaints of shortness of breath themselves, it needs a direct examination to prove whether objectively correct there are abnormalities that can be in accordance with the complaint of shortness of breath. For example from a physical examination of the lungs, abnormal breathing sounds are found that can occur due to inflammation of the airways or narrowed airways. In addition, additional investigations are also needed to help the diagnosis, for example chest X-ray (chest), heart record examination, spirometry, pulse oximetry, blood laboratory examination, will be adjusted by the doctor with the results of a physical examination previously found.
Handling of course also needs to be adjusted to the cause of shortness of breath. If due to asthma or COPD, bronchodilators may be given to dilate the airways, other therapies such as corticosteroids and other drugs need to be adjusted to the patient's condition.
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