The Neck Feels Lumpy, Suffocated, Accompanied By Shortness Of Breath?
Hello, my mother has a suffocating throat, a lump, accompanied by shortness of breath. I have been treated even where it hurts, but it doesn’t heal, too, what is the cause, and what is the solution?
Hello Amanda Lubis, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Some complaints of neck choking can be caused by:
Gastric acid disease / GERD
Inflammation in the tonsils (tonsillitis)
Swallowing muscle disorders (in patients with a history of stroke)
Lumps / tumors in the neck area Choking or tightness can be caused by a disturbance or obstruction in the respiratory tract or digestive tract. This can be caused by irritation from rising stomach acid, infections, lumps or tumors, nerve damage in stroke patients, or other causes.
More detailed information is needed about your suffocation, such as whether you have a history of heartburn, whether there is pain or pain in the pit of your stomach, what is your mother's age, is there any weight loss, whether there is hoarseness, coughing or excreting bloody bowel movements. We recommend that if you have a complaint like that, you are advised to consult an ENT specialist to find out the cause of your complaint and get the right treatment in accordance with the cause of your complaint / For the time being you can do at home:
Drink at least 2 liters of water and get enough rest
Avoid excessive stress
Eat smaller portions but often
Eat on time and avoid consuming foods that are too spicy, fizzy, contain caffeine (coffee, tea) Hopefully this information is useful for you.Thank you