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Shortness of breath has many triggers, not all of them must be treated immediately with drugs.
Under normal conditions, breathing activity should not be carried out consciously. However, due to some conditions, it may take you extra effort to breathe. Some of the possible causes of this tightness are:
Lung disorders, for example due to asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), pneumothorax
Abnormalities in the stomach, for example due to stomach acid reflux, gastritis, stomach cancer
Disorders of the bile, for example, stones or inflammation of the bile
Heart defects, for example cardiomyopathy, heart valve disorders, arrhythmias
Nerve disorders, for example due to stroke
Metabolic disorders, for example due to acidosis
Ear-nose-throat disorders, for example due to nasal polyps, throat cancer
Psychosomatic disorders, and so on
The medicine you mentioned contains an active ingredient salbutamol. This drug is a beta agonist bronchodilator. This drug can be used to treat shortness of breath, for example in people with asthma or COPD. However, giving this drug is not necessarily a cure for shortness of breath caused by other factors as mentioned above. What's more, salbutamol itself is not included in the class of over-the-counter drugs so you cannot use it carelessly without a prescription from a doctor.
Therefore, you should first check with an internal medicine specialist. With a thorough examination, or assisted by X-rays, ultrasounds, heart records, and various other tests, doctors can usually determine whether steam therapy is necessary, or not. The following initial treatments you can do to relieve shortness of breath:
Practice breathing, namely by sitting up straight, inhale for 2 seconds through your nose, then exhale slowly for 3 seconds through your mouth, do it over and over again
Do not worry or panic, because it can make shortness of breath worse
Don't procrastinate when eating
Avoid exposure to substances that can trigger your allergies
Cut down on spicy and gassy foods
Cut back on caffeine
Stay away from cigarettes
Choose the most comfortable sleeping position (for example by raising the pillow or tilting one side of the body)
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah