Why If Surprised, Pain From The Chest To The Back And Shortness Of Breath?
I want to ask .. From childhood I felt strange with the pulse .. my chest feels tight, like full .. and if I exercise at school .. when warming up with running, my chest hurts, my breathing is irregular. That was when I was in school. And now, I happen to really want to ask for medicine, because I do have a cold and cough, and when checking blood pressure, the nurse is confused, because my pulse is said to be high unlike most people … my pulse is 100 he said. While checking my medical history, the nurse was getting more confused … And also, if I was shocked, my chest hurt … shortness of breath … to the back it hurt. Actually why is that?
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The pulse rate is a vital sign whose size is important in determining one's health status. Normally, a person's pulse when resting or doing nothing ranges between 60-100 times per minute, and can be less than that for those who are already exercising regularly. Pulses that are above 100 and normal, can occur in those who are indeed exercising, frightened, anxious, or undergoing certain activities.
What you are experiencing, actually if you have experienced it from childhood, there are many possibilities that this could not be a particular disease. That is, it could be when one day you feel stuffy, it is a different disease when you now feel palpitating, and also different from other times. The time span is too long to ensure that it is the same disease.
However, among the possibilities are:
Heart rhythm abnormalities or arrhythmias
Anemic condition or lack of red blood cells
Stomach acid disease
Weak heart condition
Excess thyroid hormone or hyperthyroidism
Of course this possibility can develop after you do further tests. Therefore, we suggest that you make a visit to a cardiologist to have a thorough examination of the condition of your body. Your doctor will do an in-depth exploration of your and your family's history, conduct a brief physical examination and support such as a heart record, ask that you run on a special treadmill and maybe ultrasound. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
If all the results of the examination are normal, and you feel that your pulse has something to do with feelings of fear, tension, anxiety, worry, or the like, after checking from a cardiologist to see a psychiatrist for further examination. Meanwhile, there isn't much you can do independently other than avoiding triggers such as cigarette smoke, dust, pollution, maintaining ideal body weight and avoiding stress. So, hopefully answering your question.