The Cause Of Shortness Of Breath Accompanied By Body Trembling And Heart Palpitations Like Fainting?
Good night, yesterday I felt shortness of breath, trembling, fainting, palpitations and excessive fear. After being taken to several doctors, I was diagnosed with Gerd, in another doctor I was declared allergic to asthma, and in my psychiatrist I was declared an anxiety disorder. There are drugs for gastric lansoprazole, histrin, inpepsa, and for anxiety there is zypraz. Are GERD, GAD, and allergic asthma related? What is the way to minimize it so that it does not recur again? Thank you
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In a condition, the illnesses experienced by patients can be interrelated and aggravate each other. So identifying a risk of disease is the first step to control several diseases that cause complaints that are felt by patients.
GERD, is a disease of acid reflux into the esophagus, causing chest pain, swallowing pain, and stomach discomfort.
GAD is anxiety that lasts continuously and can interfere with daily activities with all its implications, especially in the body system, such as sleep disorders, digestive disorders, headaches, trembling, cold sweat, or palpitations.
While allergic asthma is a respiratory disease that causes inflammation and narrowing of the airways, resulting in respiratory disturbances.
To diagnose the disease and / or to diagnose each disease, an examination and consultation is carried out to the family doctor or the lung doctor, or the internist. So the doctor can determine the diagnosis through interviews, physical examinations, and supporting examinations. So as to ascertain the cause, blood tests, radiological examinations, or endoscopic examinations can be done according to the indications. So the results of the diagnosis are used as a basis for patient care and treatment, both with medication or if needed treatment in hospital for recovery.
In connection with your question, each of these diseases is likely to aggravate the complaints you feel. If you have a history of acid, then when your physical condition decreases, and stress increases, asthma complaints can be more annoying and longer to recover. So controlling anxiety and controlling digestive disorders is expected to help prevent recurring asthma complaints.
Meanwhile, if you are easily stressed, worried, afraid of death, then this condition can cause complaints as described above, one of which causes stomach upset or GERD.
Therefore, the possibility of the results of the examination that you have done your doctor, all of them supportive and interrelated, so that the need for handling and control back to the doctor, especially if it has not fully recovered. The doctor will evaluate your clinical condition and plan further examinations if needed as described above. Thus, these complaints soon improve and you can be more comfortable in your activities.
To prevent these complaints from recurring and bothering you, you can try by:
1. avoid stress
2. avoid sleeping late
3 do regular exercise
4. perform worship well
5. sufficient nutritious food and water
6. removing spicy foods, instant foods, and instant drinks
7. avoid impressions or material that makes you anxious until you are ready to face it
Thus the info we can convey.