Hiatus (Hiatal) hernia is a condition wherein there is a disruption in the position of the abdominal organs or most commonly the stomach. As the diaphragm is a muscle for breathing and when a person is experiencing hernia, the person complains about the impossibility of breathing fully. Statistics say that every third person has gastric hernia, and younger people are more likely to get sick.
There are two types of hiatus (hiatal) hernia:
Sliding hijatus hernia. The state in which a part of the stomach occasionally slides into the aperture on the diaphragm. This condition is not permanent, but the issues are constantly shifting from better to worse and vice versa.
Classic hijatus hernia – gastric hernia, where a part of the stomach remains permanently stuck in the diaphragm
Symptoms are the same in both conditions.
Hiatus hernia or gastric hernia is caused by: heavy lifting, permanent position of raised arms above the shoulder, delivery, tingling, rosin in lying position and low table, rapid swallowing of food without chewing food, hard chair and stress defecation vomiting, stroke, stomach, stress …
Symptoms can make life uncomfortable and disrupt the normal functioning of a person.
HIATUS HERNIA SYMPTOMS – GASTRIC HERNIA
- shortness of breath, a sense of impossibility of breathing with full lungs
- back pain — between and above the blades whose tension spreads into the shoulder and even down the arm
- chest pain like angina pectoris (heart attack)
- pain under the ribs, usually below the left, spreading in the back
- tachycardia and arrhythmias worsening in the lying position and bending high pressure after food intake.
- feeling of weight in the stomach after meals (like a stone in the stomach)
- panic attack due to fear that it is not a heart attack
- blur and general weakness and exhaustion
- flatulence and gases
- acid in people who have never experienced discomfort due to acid
- have nausea and burning in the stomach and chest
- the feeling of dumpling in the throat tension
- sense of weight on the shoulders