Tightness Of The Upper Right Chest Accompanied By A Limp Body And Cold Sweating?
Hello doctor, I tell you a little, yesterday afternoon I jogged in the afternoon, before I did not experience complaints of pain, when I arrived midway through the trip I had difficulty breathing, my chest was tight, plus pain that attacked, my body went limp, cold sweat flowed, suddenly the view I am not clear, my body is loosened, after I take my body for a while I recover a little, until now my body is weak, my breath is a little tight, about what I experience?
Thank you for the question.
Shortness of breath, body aches, fatigue, cold sweats, and the vague vision you feel when you exercise can be a sign that you have run out of lots of fluids (dehydration) or blood sugar (hypoglycemia). Lack of drinking, excessive sweating, excessive heat exposure, not eating, exercise that is too heavy, and various other factors generally trigger these two conditions.
It could also, in addition to dehydration and hypoglycemia, your complaints arise due to hypotension (low blood pressure), anemia (low blood hemoglobin), gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, viral or bacterial infections, abnormalities of heart function, effects of drugs, migraines, pain cluster heads, cerebral aneurysms, allergies, heat stroke, and many other possible triggers.
If resting your complaints improve slowly, chances are your condition is not dangerous. In addition to resting, try to resolve your complaint first by:
Drink at least 10 glasses a day
Eat more regularly, vary your type of food
Restrict excessive exercise first
Every time you exercise, fill your stomach with a little food, bring plenty of drinking water, wear comfortable clothes, and if necessary don't exercise in the sun that is too hot.
Get enough sleep
Set your breath well, don't panic or worry too much
Do not smoke
Don't take medicine carelessly
Compress painful body with warm water
However, if then the complaint has not improved for more than 24 hours, we recommend that you go directly to see your doctor or doctor of internal medicine in order to be given the best management according to the cause of your complaint, yes. For cases that are suspected of being severe, the doctor will likely also directs you to undergo blood tests, heart records, or other supporting tests tailored to the suspicion of the type of disease.
Hope this helps ...