The Cause Of Weakness, Flatulence Accompanied By Shortness Of Breath
Hello dock, almost 2 weeks more often flatulent stomach accompanied by tightness, sometimes suddenly pounding, limp body why he docked
Originally posted 2020-04-14 09:40:16.
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The symptoms that you mentioned cannot lead to a particular disease or disorder. When reviewed per symptom, bloating can be caused by:
eat too much, eat too much food containing gas, swallow too much air (for example because of smoking, eating gum, talking while eating, etc.), drinking coffee, alcohol, or soft drinks, etc.
presence of certain diseases of the stomach, such as dyspepsia, gastritis or inflammation of the stomach, ulcers / sores in the stomach, GERD or acid reflux disease
presence of intestinal problems, such as inflammatory bowel disease, lactose intolerance, intestinal obstruction, constipation, gastrointestinal infections
Shortness of breath symptoms can be caused by several possibilities such as:
pulmonary disorders such as asthma, COPD, bronchitis, lung infections, lung tumors, pulmonary embolism, pulmonary edema, pneumothorax, etc.
disorders of the heart such as heart rhythm disorders, heart attacks, heart valve disorders, heart failure, etc.
other causes such as costchondritis or inflammation of the cartilage in the ribs, rib fractures, chest muscle strains, psychiatric disorders such as anxiety disorders, panic attacks, etc.
Symptoms of palpitations can be caused by:
Side effects of excessive coffee or alcohol consumption, smoking, fear, anxiety, or excessive stress, moderate emotional conditions, etc.
Dehydration / lack of fluids
Heart rhythm disorders, heart valve disorders, or other heart problems
certain psychological disorders such as anxiety disorders, panic attacks, depression, etc.
Meanwhile, the causes of weakness can be even more varied, can accompany the diseases that have been given above, or can also be caused by far simpler things such as lack of rest and lack of sleep, late eating, lack of drinking, and so forth.
If indeed your symptoms that you feel are very disturbing, you should do a doctor's examination directly so that you can be asked for more detail related to your symptoms, physical examination can be done, and also a supporting examination if necessary. For now, there are a number of things you can do:
Try to look for triggers for your symptoms and avoid these triggers
Get enough sleep and rest every day (at least 7-9 hours a day)
Eat little by little but more often
Avoid eating foods that are too oily, too spicy, too sour
Avoid eating foods that produce a lot of gas
Avoid consumption of alcohol, coffee, and avoid smoking
Drink enough every day (minimum of 2-3 liters a day)
Do regular exercise every day, at least 30 minutes a day
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