why does my solar plexus hurt, should i be worried?

Asked: why does my solar plexus hurt, should i be worried?

-pains in the solar plexus area
-when i push my stomach out it feels like theres something inside in the way putting pressure in that area, something like that
-feels worse when im hungry,cough,when i stretch my stomach,feels a little worse when standing(constant), when i flex my abs but is a little bit lower and flexing also makes me feel like ill puke slightly, hurts a lot when i suck in my stomach especially sitting down with my back straight
-latley ive been having a lot of heartburn, sometimes puking a little bit in my mouth not knowing its coming, it just kind of spits up and feels like it came from my throat not stomach
-my diet is random maybe once a week sometimes more ill eat extremely healthy, a lot itll be moderate sometimes i wont eat that much at all and other times ill gorge, for some reason when i do that i never seem to know when too stop i just wont feel full, ill eat like an abnormal amount
-i eat a lot of sugary things and a lot of fiber granola bars, those stand out
-im a smoker, onj a school day ill smoke 2-5 on a weekend or when im around ppl 8-12 on average 3 days a week, and ive been smoking for about a year now
-when i drink alcohol its usually on the weekend, on eather once or twice on average 2-3 weekends a month
-i smoke a little bit of cannabis, randomly though maybe on average once a week sometimes ill go weeks to a month without, sometimes ill go like 2-3 days in a row with
-im in good physical shape, casn just about bench my own bodyweight, latly havn't been exercising though its been maybe 2 days in a row every 2 or 3 weeks been like that for a few months
-i don't get that much sleep, ill go to bed between 1 and 3am and wake up at 7 or 8, on weekends ill get less sometimes more
- in the last 5 years iv'e only gotten sick sick maybe 3 times without puking
- my stress level is probably around a 7 or 8/10
-im 17, 5'8", 155 maybe 160lbs

sorry for all the info but i know that the littlest details can help think of things that wouldn't have been thought of. i hope you can come up with suggestions of what this pain or pressure or whatever it is could be because iv'e never had it this bad before i think i've hgad this happen to me a few times sick, having a mild cold, and being completely healthy sometimes in goes away in 1-3 days rarly at the most a week.my thoughts of what it might be are: a stomach ulcer, something related to diabetes, liver disease, some heartburn/ stomach acid disease i forget the name of. btw currently im sick and its been 3 days, caught something over night and thats when it came, just assume its not gas or flem/ anything you don't have to worry about ,what are your suggestions what it might be, hopefully i get a docter to answer icon razz why does my solar plexus hurt, should i be worried? thanks


Tightened up muscles cause those problems and if your dr, knew how to free muscles up he would have had you out of these pains. For your back/shoulder it's your back muscles that have tightened up to cause the freezing of your shoulder. The back muscles can also press into the nerves going to the arms and legs to send pains into them as well. To get rid of the back pain you have to release your back muscles to free up the ones that went tight and here's how to do that release:
(do while sitting on a chair)
Place your left hand on your left leg next to your body. Place your right hand over your left shoulder, fingers over the back and the palm in the front, and firmly pull down on them and hold. After 30 seconds slowly lower your body forward and to the outside of your left leg, keeping your left arm as straight as possible. When you reach your lap remain there for another 10 seconds, then release the pressure but rest there for another 30 seconds. Then reverse your hand positions and do your right side.
For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.
For your hand press into the area behind the finger and hold pressure on it for 30 seconds to get it to release. You may have to do that in a few places to make sure everything going to your finger is released.


Sodas and candy bars only affect the glucose levels of people who have developed diabetes, not the ones who have not developed it.

I have discovered that most of the drinks and snack bars for "diabetics" are actually less nutritional and have more grams of carbohydrate than regular sodas and candy bars and are totally less tasty!!!

It used to be thought that consumption of sugar caused diabetes.I think the thinking these days is more that diabetes is like a time bomb programmed into your DNA, and it goes off when it's set to go off.

When you drink a can of soda, all that sugar goes into your blood all at once, like 12 teaspoons of sugar.Our bodies aren't designed to cope with all that refined sugar.The pancreas squirts out a lot of insulin to trigger your body tissues to absorb all that sugar.In 20 min. the sugar is gone but your blood is still full of insulin so you feel tired, hungry, cranky, etc.It's a shock to your system. It's not good for -anyone-.

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Foods and drinks don't cause diabetes. If they did, most of the western world would have diabetes, yet a minority actually does. I know people who don't have diabetes just assume that this disease results from poor behavior, like lack of self-discipline, gluttony, sloth, and bad health choices, but these people by and large eat the way diabetics did before their diagnoses. In fact, because so many diabetics are overweight, you can bet a large percentage of them were on diets for years and years. There's actually a study showing that overweight and obese people eat roughly the same diets as thin people, often with FEWER calories. If you don't have the genetic predisposition for diabetes, then your metabolism processes glucose well. Besides, why just attack soda? All carbohydrates, including bread, rice, corn, potatoes, beans, and oats, are all going to become sugar in your blood, too.

Unhealthy diet, inactivity, overweight/ obesity and tobacco smoking are risk factors for diabetes mellitus type 2.

hi you
the simple answer here is yes it can and along with other junk food will speed it up

Diabetes predates soda.
No food or beverage causes diabetes.

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