Treatment For Shortness Of Breath?
Good afternoon … I’m experiencing shortness of breath right now … what’s the cure …rims
Thank you for the question.
Shortness of breath can be a variety of possible triggers, for example:
Respiratory disorders, such as asthma, acute bronchitis, pleural effusion, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Digestive disorders, such as gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastritis, intestinal obstruction, cholangitis Heart disorders, such as heart valve disorders, heart rhythm disorders, heart attacks, weak heart Other factors, for example allergies, kidney disorders, enlarged liver or spleen, psychosomatic disorders, specific phobias, panic attacks, etc. This shortness of breath, depending on the cause, can be dangerous, or may not. Not all cases of shortness of breath need to be treated with medication. If you also need medication, the type of treatment can be different depending on the cause. Therefore, we recommend that you first check yourself with a doctor or internist. Could be, if the doctor suspects that there is a serious illness, he will direct you to undergo an x-ray examination, ultrasound, heart record, or other supporting tests.
In the meantime, what needs to be done so that the tightness gets better is:
Regulate your breath, inhale 2 seconds through the nose, then exhale 3 seconds through the mouth, repeat repeatedly Do not panic or be afraid of excessive Compression warm chest tightness Feel away from substances that might make you allergic Loosen your clothes, move to a comfortable environment ( not noisy, not crowded, well ventilated) Not too late to eat Not used to consume excessive food and beverages that contain gas, such as soda, tea, coffee, mustard greens, cabbage, and tubers Don't smoke Don't always drink any drugs Hopefully it helps yes. .