1. Feeling like something stuck in throat
There is almost no sputum in throat, but a small amount of white sputum may come out. If you are nervious and can't digest well, throat symptom gets worse and often accompanied by laryngitis with hoarse and broken voice. When you are singing, voice is weaker and you can't get high notes.
2. Epigastric pain, indigestion, heartburn
You may have a bloated bloated stomach and heartburn after meal. The left side of the rib is often stiff, and sometimes the lower side of the right rib is stiff. If you care too much about something or don't digest well, you may feel like heartbeat around your belly button.
3. Back pain
If the stomach function is not good, you can feel a lot of pain in your back or shoulder area. In severe cases, the pain appears to go up the left shoulder. It does not work well with general physical therapy or acupuncture. And You need the better the stomach function for relieving pain.
4. Mouth and tongue dryness, tongue pain, dry cough
Your mouth is always dry and mouth or tongue is tingling or sore in severe cases. Symptoms become more severe if you have menopausal symptoms. In dry seasons, you can have a cough frequently.
5. Insomnia, depression, anxiety disorder and panic disorder
Chronic gastrointestinal disease causes anxiety or insomnia because it leads to poor physical condition and low work efficiency. It takes a lot of time to sleep and often awake in the middleof night. You may have a lot of dreams that you can not think of when you wake up. If anxiety and depression get worse, your chest is frustrating and have difficulty in breathing like panic disorder.
6. Chest throbbing, chest pain and tightness
If digestion is not done and the upper abdomen is swollen, chest throbbing become worse. If you have reflux esophagitis, you feel frustrated because you feel something blocked in your chest. After the holiday overeating, you can get a lot of these symptoms.
7. Dysphagia, rejection of food odor or specific taste
Because the food stays in the stomach longer, the appetite is reduced even when it is time for meals. Even if you eat food, you get a feeling stuck from your neck to chest. In severe, you can get away from the food with a specific taste such as spicy taste and salty taste.
8. Climacteric discomfort, poor physical strength
Although a healthy person who has had a good stomach function from his youth, the function of all the organs starts to decline in climacterium. The food you ate stays for a long time. You will lose appetite and absorb less nutrients, which can make you have chronic physical decline, helplessness.
9. Hypochondriac, drug-sensitivity
Because gastrointestinal diseases cause various symptoms, you are going to be between good and bad about the symptoms that appear on that day. You may try to keep checking with internet search and repeatedly go to the hospital for examination. In addition, some medicines tend to respond sensitively to you, for example as eye sickness and headache, etc .
10. Dam-jeok (痰積, one of oriental medical terms)
If you have a bad stomach function, your body will form a Dam-jeok. The Dam (including sputum) is a waste that is not circulating in your body. It is created mainly by meeting moisture and heat. The Dam is fluid, so you can hear the sound of growling as you press your abdomen.
Also, after a lot of work or exercise, your muscles seem to be in a knot and painful. At this time, the pain seems to move around. The Dam is mainly in such a soft shape. However, when the Dam is piled up, it becomes a hardened form which is called Dam-jeok (jeok means stack). If the motility of stomach and intestines decreases, muscles of back andr shoulder as well as abdomen are constantly knotted. When the motility of the stomach is low, the circulation is not so good, so the abdominal muscles also get together and the back and shoulder muscles get well together. Therefore, it is understood that the Dam-jeok is a form of accumulation of the waste of human body.
Arrhythmia is an irregular heart rhythm. Arrhythmia is a symptom in which the pulse rate per minute is too fast, too slow, or intermittently, the pulse stops once. It is important to be treated early before the arrhythmia develops into another heart disease.
Arrhythmia is sensitive to changes in physical condition, so if your physical and mental fatigue is intensified, heart and gastrointestinal functions tend to get worse.
Among the symptoms listed above, feeling like something stuck in throat and epigastric pain are the most common symptoms.