Why After Chest Exercise Feels Tight And Tight?
Hello, I have complaints when I drink water, my chest feels cramped, then when I exercise I get tired quickly and feel shortness of breath, even though I have never felt that way before, the decline occurred drastically one year ago I was able to futsal for 1 hour full, now it’s only been 10 minutes my breath has been suffocated, I’m 23 years old I worked on 3 shifts (morning noon and night) what symptoms happened to me, and what is the doctor’s advice to follow up on the problem?
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The discomfort you experience when you drink can be caused by incorrect drinking habits. Where you drink directly at once in large quantities, so as not to give time for your airways to inhale and exhale. For that, you should get used to drinking in a sitting position, then drink in 3 sips, then you can stop for a moment to let the water pass through the esophagus to the stomach. You better drink a little but often than directly a lot at once.
In connection with complaints of decreased physical strength, it can occur in conditions:
2. Disorders of heart function
3. Lung disease due to smoking
You should not ignore these symptoms. Immediately consult with an internist. The doctor will dig up a history of the disease and do a physical examination. Including anthropometric examination, including weight and height and abdominal circumference. The doctor will see whether your body mass index shows obesity or not. Obesity is a risk factor that will increase the chance of experiencing heart problems. Furthermore, the doctor will conduct a supporting examination such as routine blood to see whether there is anemia or not. Anameia is the lack of normal red blood cell hemoglobin levels which can be caused by iron deficiency or haemorrhage, as in hemorrhoids.
Thus hopefully useful.