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Tight Feeling In The Chest After Drinking Soda
What does having a feeling of a heavy chest or tightness mean? I am the very "uptight muscles and stressed all the time" kind of individual, but am only a 25yr old female. Also I have cut down on drinking and now only have some here and there...I get kin
Unlikely heart: Unlikely to be heart disease given your age but getting checked out by a physician would be most prudent action. ...Read more
3 days ago started feeling waves of tightness and discomfort in chest. Goes thru back, throat, jaw. 8secs, every min. Worst when drinking hot bevs.?
My chest feels tight and my jaw is numbing with my ear starting to ache. Would sitting still and drinking water help? Does sitting still and drinking water give my body a chance to change the symptoms in case it is nothing. If the feeling subside, does t
If: If your chest feels tight, you should go to emergency room today. This could have a cardiac origin. ...Read more
Pain in my right side od my breast bone after eating fatty foods and drinking soda could something be wrong?
Maybe (not). . .: Gallbladder disease comes to mind based upon pain associated w/fatty foods although it's usually more right upper quadrant than breastbone. Acid reflux or heartburn is more likely given breastbone pain w/soda (assuming you're referring to area of discomfort, not actual bone pain). There's no need to eat fatty foods & drink soda. If can't avoid, go see your Family Doc for evaluation & treatment. ...Read more
Can anxiety cause me to have heart pounding and hearing my heart. When I eat and drink liquid it hurt and make my chest tighten can my anxiety cause it. I am very unfocused and I get fustrated very quickly. I can't exercise without feeling my heart witch
Yes, anxiety can do.: High levels of anxiety can cause heart pounding, and a feeling of tightness in the chest that can make swallowing difficult sometimes. But check with your MD as other things can cause this. If physical is OK, consider CBT psychotherapy from psychologist who treats anxiety disorders. Slow deep breathing can also help, also mindfulness meditation can teach you to relax. Good luck-help is available ...Read more
Chest tightness palps after I eat been going on about 6 yrs. Everyday palps all day if I drink alchohal very annoying. I need help?
Check with your doc: Yes. You need to see a doc asap. ...Read more
Everytime I eat or drink something, I feel like choking and chest feel tight while breathing. Are these GERD symptons?
Always think the: Worst case scenario. The signs and symptoms you described come from heart condition until proven otherwise. You need to see your doc and get the necessary test to rule our any cardiac condition. Good luck. ...Read more
In the morning after drinking alcohol I experience tightness in the chest but no pain. Could the alcohol be causing this?
Sometimes when I drink milkshakes or have ice cream etc. I get a tight chest. It isn't bad, just a bit uncomfortable. Why does this happen?
Esophageal spasm: Similar to "brain freeze"- caused by constriction of the esophagus from ingestion of very cold or iced drinks. ...Read more
Once in a while pulsating tight discomfort in center chest;drinking iced coffee in the morning alot recently; once a week a few puffs of hookah pen?
So I was sick for a couple days and I stopped but I had a cough but like 4 days ago I had problems breathing and every time I cough or drink cold things I loose my breath and my chest get all tight and it takes couple seconds to get my breath back or when
cannot say in your particular case, but generally, there is some irritaiton with any respiratory infection. This leads to increased susceptibility to other inflammation. Basically, it's like asthma but temporary. Singulair (montelukast) often helps the symptoms and speeds healing of inflammation of the respiratory tract.
or asthma/pneumonia/many other possibilities ...Read more
Caffiene: People have different sensitivites to caffiene - they recently found a genetic part to this - so you may be extra sensitive. Cut out all forms of caffiene (coffee, tea, chocolate) for a week, then have a one of those and see if you react that way again. Be careful, this could be serious for a person your age - talk with your doctor or a nurse. ...Read more
I have upper back tightness, mucus is a brown green color. Chest tightness as well and difficulty breathing. No problems eating or drinking.
I'm 30 yr old female and twice now after drinking too much my chest becomes tight, and the area around my heart feels tight for atleast 2 days, which of course makes me feel anxious. Heart attack?
No, but: Being 30 years old and female, unless you have significant other comorbidities (morbid obesity, uncontrolled diabetes or lipids, or drug use like cocaine), the likelihood of a heart attack is fairly low. That being said, excessive alcohol can trigger abnormal rhythms such as atrial fibrillation (the "holiday heart"), which can be dangerous in their own right. Easy fix? Stop drinking excessively. ...Read more
Sick stomach and tight pain across chest especially after drinking alcohol. Get sick also but don't drink often large amounts?
Listen to your body: It's hard to tell exactly what's causing your pain and stomach sickness. Sometimes there are additives in liquor that can cause reactions like nausea. Sometimes people lack an enzyme that breaks alcohol down, and this can cause sick feelings. The easy answer is to avoid the kinds of alcohol that make you feel this way. If all alcohol does this, it's best not to drink. I hope this answer helps. ...Read more
The last four days I’ve had a tight pain in my chest in my left breast, under neath, and around my back under my shoulder blade. I have mild discomfort but it gets worse as I’m eating or drinking something cold, it tightens up. No pain in center.
You may have a: Gastrointestinal problem. You need to be seen and examined by a health care professional. Make an appointment today. ...Read more
It may be:
We can not say, it depends on how fast your heart rate is and if the rhythm is regular or irregular
caffeine has stimulant effect on heart rate bur chest tightness is unusual
you should have it checked by your doctor and may need an ekg to check the rhythm and blood test to rule out overactive thyroid as well. ...Read more
I have recently been drinking Coffee and today I have had tight chest pains on my left hand side for a couple of seconds. Should I be worried?
Caution advised: It is unlikely that the chest pains are serious but anytime you have these you must be cautious and if occurs with shortness of breath, sweating, weakness, or lightheaded feeling then you should see a doctor immediately. Too much caffeine can cause symptoms and is dependent on the amount. If pains are continuing and come with exertion again should seek medical evaluation. ...Read more
Everytime I drink certain drinks like disaranno or eat tinned pears for eg, I get a really painful and tight chest that spreads to upper arms and neck?
Check ingredients: You may have a sensitivity to a common ingredient. I suggest making a list of these drinks and foods for your family doctor to review. If there is no clear answer, then consider seeing an allergist. ...Read more
I have been experiencing tight chest pain after taking a lot of extacy and drinking alcohol for a whole 24 hours. I vomited bile and since then have tight pain when I breathe deep, also when I drink or eat anything.
Not ecstatic: There are several possibilities for your symptoms. Best course is to go get checked out to be sure the serious ones aren't causing them. Needless to say you need to avoid doing dangerous practices like you report. Your actions were not likely to result in good outcomes. ...Read more
Everything I eat/drink makes my chest become tight and I notice my heart rate more. Could this be gas, a hiatal hernia or something else?
Maybe spasms: The first thing you must check is that your heart is ok. At 22 years of age, it almost certainly is. Esophageal spasms could easily be a cause of your symptoms, and this can be determined with an test called manometry, which involves a tube in your nose for 15' or so. Referral to a GI doctor should be considered. ...Read more
Burning sensation in throat and chest when eating or drinking for almost a week. Getting harder to swallow and chest feels tight. Advise please?
You need to be seen: If you are previously healthy, this suggests that something may be stuck down there that is being irritated by anything you eat or drink. Meanwhile, try an antacid, eat bulky foods like soft bread, and if you can get them, ask pharmacist for a proton pump inhibitor. ...Read more
What can cause a fizzy sensation in stomach? No pain just a fizzy feeling and nausea. Haven't been drinking soda.
Reflux or gastritis: There are dozens of possibilities as your symptoms are vague & you need to give us a lot more info. It's best to see a MD as you may have gas or an allergic reaction to something you ate. Alcohol, spicy foods can aggravate stomach dyspepsia. So most would say rest, take lots of fluid, water and/or gatorade to start. Then slowly introduce liquids like soup or jello before moving to crackers/bread. ...Read more
Feeling sluggish, tired and I can feel my heartbeat beat really fast after eating pizza and drinking soda. Is this the food? Or something else?
See below: Unfortunately it's not possible with a limited amount of information to give you specific guidance. Generally a fast heartbeat would not be a result of eating a specific type of food. Most episodes of palpitations in otherwise healthy individuals are not the result of heart disease and frequently occur in patients with no other evidence of a heart problem. See: http://bit. Ly/1vlj5cr ...Read more
Burping for the last two days constantly. Not drinking soda, no change in diet. There is no feeling of need to vomit. Any idea what causes this?
Excessive burping: This needs detailed evaluation to make sure there is no lesion in your intestines causing a partial blockage in your intestines or stomach. Normal burping mostly results from the air we swallow during talking or eating however it is constant, worrisome reasons need to be ruled out. Please see your doctor sooner. If you have pain or fever also then go to ER. ...Read more
I recently took a trip to vegas from Colorado. And just got back.... having issues with edema, and tight feeling chest. Lots of drinks and no sleep?
Edema: Prolonged sitting on a plane, fluid retention from high sodium containing drinks contribute to formation of edema. Your chest tightness may be due to stress and tension from sleep deprivation, but if there are associated shortness of breath and sharp chest pains and/or calf pain and tenderness, get checked for blood clots in the legs and pulmonary embolism. When in doubt, it's better to get checked ...Read more
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