The Cause Of The Disappearance Of Symptoms Of Chest Pain Despite Quitting Smoking?
I want to ask at the beginning of my chest tightness and then when I went to the doctor he said told to stop smoking but after I went to the doctor there was no change so I went to another doctor he said stomach acid, was running when I stopped smoking until 1 month but my chest was still pain and sometimes the body feels anxious firefly eyes, after I try smoking again the chest is pretty good do I have to keep smoking or should I stop?
Hello Anggi, Thank you for the question.
Apart from the onset of symptoms of chest pain, you are strongly encouraged to stop smoking because cigarettes contain a number of ingredients that are harmful to health. Not only for the respiratory system, but this habit can also affect the health of the heart and blood vessels, the digestive system, and others.
Your complaint can be caused by the following conditions:
gastric acid disease pleurisy pneumonia tuberculosis disorders heart, liver or kidney function anxiety disorders If you are still experiencing symptoms that interfere, you are advised to consult with a specialist in internal medicine. The doctor will return to conduct an interview to understand your complaint, examine you, and perform other examinations if needed such as blood tests, X-rays, ECGs, CT scans, and others. From this examination, the doctor will find out the cause and provide appropriate treatment for you.
There are a number of suggestions that might help you:
Avoid consuming large portions of food preferably in small portions but more often Avoid consuming spicy, sour, oily and fatty foods Avoid consuming caffeinated, fizzy, and alcoholic drinks, do not lie down after eating sleep with a rather high pillow position Manage stress well avoid smoking habits Hopefully this information helps you.