Dear Customer, Thanks for providing quick additional information.
I'm so sorry to hear of your discomfort.
Well, heavy drinking can cause the number of oxygen-carrying red blood cells to be abnormally low, it is called as anemia, this can result in shortness of breath, fatigue
You may also be at risk for developing cardiovascular disease, it could lead to breathing discomfort.
These symptoms can occur due to any of these causes-
1. Heart disease- if your heart is unable to pump enough blood to supply oxygen to your body, then it causes breathing problem.
2. Blockage of the air passages in your nose, mouth, or throat may lead to difficulty breathing.
disease can also cause breathlessness.
To make a diagnose, you need to undergo few tests. These are-
-Blood oxygen saturation
-Blood tests which include arterial blood gases
-Pulmonary function tests
-Liver Function test
-Complete blood count.
Chronic Heavy Drinking may have lead to medical condition, which can be diagnosed by tests.
You should avoid foods which are causing increase in gas production, You should not eat/drink too fast, chew the food properly, increase water intake, avoid smoking, cut down fat intake, and increase your daily mobility.
You can try OTC simethicone to reduce such bloating symptoms.
Probiotics may also be useful in treating flatulence.
You should get engaged in aerobic exercise and stress-management techniques like deep breathing and yoga.
It is advised that you should eat six small meals a day rather than three large ones. Smaller meals are easier to digest and may produce less gas.
Take Syp. Pepto-Bismol 2tsf thrice a day after meals. Take Zantac 150mg twice a day.
Further management will be advised after tests and clinical evaluation.
Please don't delay and get an immediate evaluation from your doctor.
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