The Cause Of Nasal Congestion Is Accompanied By Coughing, Nausea, And Feels Like You Will Faint
A good afternoon. Hopefully the doctor is always in good health. I am Husnak 45 years old. I have 1. Nasal congestion 2. Sometimes coughing or coughing there are slight ripples 3. Nausea 4. Chest as if pressed 5. I feel like I’m going to faint or die 6. Rear back feels numb and hot to my back. 7. The body feels hot but does not have a fever. 8. Now sometimes the stomach hurts. I have seen a doctor. And given the drugs molafate, spasmianal, lansoprazole and simpastatin. Symptoms of fainting or death have decreased even no longer. But now I sometimes have a stomach ache. According to the doctor what should I do now. Previously, I say thank you very much. 🙏🙏🙏🙏
Thank you for the question and thank you for the prayers, I hope you are always healthy too.
The conditions you mentioned have at least one symptom in each part of the organ system, so there are several possibilities of the condition you are experiencing, such as:
Psychological disorders, such as psychosomatic disorders, somatization disorders, and panic disorders.
Indigestion, such as gastric acid, dyspepsia syndrome, or stomach ulcers.
Respiratory disorders, such as cold cough, or influenza.
You can continue your treatment by a doctor that has been given to you, and most of the medicines that are given are used to calm your stomach ache. In addition, by looking at the possibilities above, lifestyle modifications can help reduce the symptoms you have, such as:
Eat small but frequent portions, and eat slowly. Avoid lying down after eating.
Reducing foods that contain lots of gas, acid, spicy, oils like fried foods and coconut milk, contain soda, and caffeine such as coffee, tea, chocolate.
Adequate nutritional and fluid needs of at least 2-3 liters per day.
Regular exercise and sleep 7-9 hours per day.
Manage stress well.
Perform relaxation techniques if you feel like fainting, by breathing 4 seconds, holding it 4 seconds, and releasing 4 seconds.
Talk your complaint to the people closest to you.
Hopefully this information can help and hopefully your condition will gradually improve.