The Characteristics Of People With Heart Disease?
Sorry, excuse me before … I want to ask, I often feel pain in my back accompanied by a burning sensation like burning to the chest, and heart palpitations accompanied by dizziness and dizziness, anxiety and fear when the heart is pounding, and sometimes the heart beats fast and strong punches, sometimes Weak heartbeat … if you sleep a lot or rest too much, you will have shortness of breath and your chest will be crushed with something heavy, but if you have a lot of back activity, it will hurt so much that your chest will be accompanied by a burning sensation. And oddly, I have twice checked with an expert / cardiologist in Pamekasan, but there was no disease such as a weak heart. The first was a blood test, then an X-ray, and also Ecg was in a resting position. So I want to ask, is it really my request? , and what should I do to follow up on my illness? Smg Doctors are pleased to answer TRMKSH🙏
Hello Mahrus Aly,
Heart palpitations and heartburn are not the only causes of heart disease. Chest pain in typical heart disease generally arises after activity, as disappears for a few minutes after resting but in severe cases can persist. Chest pain due to the heart feels like a heavy object is pressed so that patients often experience shortness of breath. The spread of pain can be felt up to the left arm and the jaw. Other symptoms that often arise are cold sweating, the patient looks nervous, even fainting. Chest pain due to heart disease generally gives an abnormal picture on electrocardiography, it can also be accompanied by an increase in cardiac enzymes.
Heart palpitations occur if the heartbeat can be felt loud and feels faster than normal, even the beat can be felt up to the neck. Some of the things below are the causes of palpitations include:
Lifestyle: smoking, lack of rest, heavy exercise, consuming alcohol, energy drinks, caffeinated drinks, drug abuse, consuming spicy food
Psychological factors: stress, anxiety, panic attacks, anxiety disorders or extreme fear.
Drug side effects: asthma medications (eg salbutamol), high blood pressure-lowering drugs, antihistamines
Heart rhythm disorders or arrhythmias
Heart disease other than a heart attack: congenital heart disease, heart failure, cardiomyopathy
Diseases or conditions: dehydration (lack of fluids), fever, hyperthyroidism, anemia, orthostatic hypotension, low blood sugar levels, GERD
If it has been checked by a cardiologist and there are no abnormalities, you can do another examination with an internist if possible. Because there are so many differential diagnoses that cause palpitations, it is difficult to determine the exact cause directly. If physical examination and supporting organs in the body are not found any abnormalities that may cause psychological and non-organic disorders that cause your complaints. Thus you do not need to worry too much because most of these causes are not dangerous.
You also need to make modifications to the lifestyle that can trigger heart palpitations as described above. Manage stress well, do sports and meditation that can help control heart rate. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.