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Lung & Respiratory Disorders / COPD Message Board


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Well, coffee does have a lot more caffeine than tea, so it could be caffeine-related. It can make your heart beat faster and your chest feel tight, not fun.

Alternatively, you might have acid reflux disease. Sometimes the only symptom is shortness of breath, and coffee is a major trigger for some people.

If this only happens when you drink coffee, though, whatever the reason, the solution might just be to not drink coffee.





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