The Heart Beats Faster After Coughing And Breathing Is Uncomfortable?
… I want to ask, why is it that every time after coughing I feel my heart rate faster and my breathing feels sluggish … r nThen the stomach feels choked … r nFor other complaints, such as chest pain already healed. But I also have a dry cough for almost 1 week. And these 2 days every night I get chills shivering, but it only lasts about 5 minutes. r n r nThat’s all, please answer. Thank you ….. 😊
When a person coughs, the pressure on the stomach will increase for a moment, if the cough occurs continuously, pain in the stomach can occur. In a deep and long cough, the breathing process is interrupted for a while, as a result, the oxygen supply to the lungs is reduced compared to when breathing normally. As a result, the frequency of the heartbeat will increase to compensate for the lack of oxygen supply.
Chills / chills can arise due to various factors, such as fatigue or because you are experiencing an illness due to an infection, such as respiratory infections, sore throat, flu, digestive tract infections, urinary tract infections.
A dry cough that does not heal for more than 1 week should be examined by a doctor directly, so that it can be further studied what causes the cough to not go away, because if it is allowed to continue it will risk developing into a more serious condition.
The following tips can Yoga try to do
Avoid smoking or exposure to cigarette smoke, so if someone is smoking around you should not be too close so as not to be exposed to cigarette smoke
Use a mask when traveling to public places, such as roads, terminals, bus stops, etc.
Drink lots of water and consume a balanced nutritious diet
Make sure Yoga is getting enough sleep, which is 8 hours a day
Yoga can also try some natural ways to reduce coughs, such as the following
Consume 2 tablespoons of honey mixed in warm water
Gargle with warm water mixed with a little salt
Drinking boiled ginger water
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