We have probably experienced sharp, stinging chest pain that makes us almost unable to breathe. It only takes a few seconds, but the discomfort is enough to immobilize you and in some cases cause serious distress. It is a very common condition for children and adolescents, but it is rarely discussed. I would like to tell you the real reason for this discomfort.
Precordial capture syndrome
This is the medical name for an acute sensation that a heart attack is wrong. Also known as Texidor bread. It is called a precursor (anterior, heart-friendly) because it is in the chest and is a pain that occurs in the anterior part of the heart. This usually occurs in children and adolescents, but less often in some adults.
It is a pain that is described as "the sensation of a needle sticking into the area" or "sticking". It occurs at rest, but it also occurs after moderate exercise and exercise.
What is the cause?
The sensation itself is very unpleasant and close to the heart, but that doesn't really mean that there is a problem with the organs. One possibility is that the pleura (the membrane that guides some organs, such as the diaphragm) compresses or rubs (and thus stimulates) nerves near the rib cage, and pain can begin even in the chest wall or rib area. 'Inactive state. Other explanations may be intercostal neuralgia, tension, or compression.
A distressing nuisance
Precordial trapping syndrome is common in children and adolescents, so parents who experience this acute unexplained pain in the heart area for the first time are very likely to be worried that something may be wrong. Is expensive. child. .. Therefore, the biggest challenge for doctors is to analyze the symptoms, check the patient's medical history, and eliminate heart conditions and other problems that need treatment.
How to help
It's very unpleasant, but bias capture syndrome is not a medical emergency. It is difficult to breathe deeply, but it helps the pain go away quickly. It should be noted that some people may feel dizzy due to exercise or hyperventilation. It is also advisable to change the position. For example, if tied, straighten or massage the painful area, which usually takes about 1 minute. Since this is an isolated event with no obvious cause (which can occur either during breaks or on the move), there is no way to prevent it. You don't have to worry unless the pain is associated with a serious illness such as bronchitis or asthma. Abnormal capture syndrome usually disappears spontaneously. No treatment is required. However, if you experience frequent pain, if you have been diagnosed with heart disease, or if it is combined with other symptoms, it is advisable to consult your doctor.
Discover the cause
The pinch we have already mentioned is usually anxious, as there are other painful discomforts of the same type. Some have physical origins, while others are psychosomatic, so doctors need to evaluate and distinguish them. Common painful events in the cardiac area include hiatal hernia, pancreatitis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, gastric ulcer, bronchitis, and asthma. Pain, on the other hand, is usually also part of the psychosomatic symptoms of anxiety and depression.
It is important to remember that there is no health article that replaces a complete diagnosis by a specialist, so you should consult your doctor if you have any questions. Have you ever experienced Bias Syndrome? Was there a trick that helped you deal with it? Please share in the comments.
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