The Cause Of Shortness Of Breath Accompanied By Cramps In The Right Head?
Hello, I want to ask, I often have shortness of breath accompanied by a right head, which is a bit cramped but painless, feels like cramps / weight. That’s why? I also feel my lower right abdomen rather occasionally cramps / twitches. please answer yes, thanks
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Cramps are a pain that comes from strong and continuous muscle contractions. If it is true that you are describing a feeling of cramping in the right back of the head, then chances are you are experiencing cramps in the muscles in your right back neck or the muscles above your occipital bones (epicranius muscles). Muscle tension in these parts can be caused by:
Wrong position during sleep or work Supporting heavy objects with the neck / head Anxiety and stress Excessive use of glasses with the wrong size Viewing the screen (computer, laptop, smartphone) excessive etc. Shortness of breath can also be caused by many possibilities, can originate from the airway system ( for example asthma, COPD, pulmonary edema, pulmonary hypertension, pulmonary tuberculosis, pleural effusion, lung cancer, etc.), heart and blood vessels (such as heart failure, cardiomyopathy, pericarditis, disorders of the heart valves, etc.), other causes such as anemia, severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis), GERD, psychiatric disorders, such as anxiety disorders, panic attacks, somatic disorders, etc.
Just like cramps on the head, cramps in the lower right abdomen are also caused by strong and continuous muscular contractions. In this case, cramps in the abdomen can be caused by contractions in the abdominal muscles themselves (for example due to abdominal injuries, excessive exercise, misplaced positions), or contractions in organs in your stomach, such as menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhea), constipation, blockages intestine due to other things (for example there are foreign objects in the intestine, tumors in the intestine), stones in the urethra, etc.
Each symptom should be specified more clearly so that you can get the right diagnosis for your condition. It is recommended that you see yourself directly to the doctor so that a clearer and more targeted medical interview can be carried out, a physical examination, and a supporting examination if necessary. Some things you can do right now:
try to reduce the stress of resting and getting enough sleep every day (at least 7-9 hours a day) eat and drink enough (at least 2-3 liters a day) work in the right position, avoid sleeping on your side in one position continuously try to do the techniques relaxation such as doing yoga, meditation, or breathing exercises regularly.
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