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... I wake up every morning woth bad chest tightness and having trouble breathing. I have to take my emergency inhaler 3 or 4 times a day. I haven't really been eating because every time I eat anything my breathing gets much worse. I'm just affraid that I have some interstitial lung disease or something just as serious. ... (14 replies)
... So I'm going to preface this by saying that I'm a 23 year old guy, very healthy other than these health problems I've been having since about mid July. ... (1 replies)
... Well, just to keep this thread alive I figured I'd update that I've still been spending most of my time in a place where I pretty much don't have trouble breathing and when I occasionally venture outside I haven't had any trouble breathing. ... (34 replies)

... My problems are similar BUT my breathing problems seem to take a break during colder months. Last fall when my breathing finally started to improve I started having trouble eating. ... (34 replies)
... When I hear of breathing problems, I relate to my own decades of breathing difficulties. I'll post about them just in case something in my post can be helpful. ... (34 replies)
... When I came back to the US though, the problems continued. ... (0 replies)
... can all effect us. Our metabolism, and how our body works, are extremely complicated. That is why most doctors, when they can't figure out an accurate diagnosis, will tell their patients that it is stress or anxiety that causes their patient's health problems. ... (5 replies)
... (I'm glad you posted!!) I know, now that I look back at it it's pretty gross. Let's just say it started with popcorn and lots of butter and got out of hand when I thought the dairy was counteracting acid (which I thought was maybe causing my breathing and swallowing problems). Perhaps much more importantly, I've moved to a location where I have far less trouble... (34 replies)
... also do you use a CPAP machine when you sleep at night to help with your sleep disorder. ... (31 replies)
Boop disease
Jun 6, 2007
... ray, then to the doctors office for a breathing test. When the doctor saw me, he said the BOOP had cleared up in my lungs, but, a new spot was found in the right upper lung. ... (1 replies)
... I have been experiencing breathing problems which seem to be getting progressively worse. ... (6 replies)
... Wow, what a story. I really believe as you have found out, that what we eat has a tremendous impact on our allergies and breathing problems. I asked my allergy doctor to give me a test for food allergies once and he told me it is no use. ... (5 replies)
... n so that never helps. Usually the only way I'm able to get a deep breath is if I hunch my shoulders forward, rounding my back, bracing my hands on my thighs and breathing in deeply while kindof straightening up.... ... (16 replies)
... month and a half ago, and I used to be a heavy pot smoker as well and no longer do that either. Recently I've had 2 hospital trips to the ER. The first one was when I smoked some marijuana and my heart started to race like crazy, felt like it was going to rip through my chest. Being an average pot smoker this was unnormal. ... (4 replies)
... most likely from GERD... there havent really been any conclusions though, because one could have VCD and still have the cords open up properly when not during an attack... a lot of doctors are not even very familiar with this phenomenon.. ... (22 replies)
... Sometimes not after eating anything. And, alot at night. He described these as attacks. ... (1 replies)
... age just under breast aswell. pains in belly on occassions also. i dont feel short of breath the majority of time i only really notice im a little out of breath when im running up and down the stairs and am stressed at the time then i feel my heart race a little faster too. ... (3 replies)
Not sure what..
Jul 9, 2005
... The last 2 yrs I've been recovering from an eating disorder and have maintained a healthy weight, but have not really been exercising. I don't have any allergies either. ... (3 replies)
... I too am taking Klonopin which was given to me when I thought this was all stress related. ... (22 replies)
Copd & emphysema
Apr 16, 2005
... doses to kick in...and they give each dose once per hour. Had I done that when they first asked...that would have been an hour less that he would have suffered. ... (19 replies)

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