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Trouble Breathing
Jan 23, 2016
... I have difficulty taking a deep breath or yawning. Oxygen level good, no apparent cause. Docs don't know and prescribe symptomatic remedies like prednisone (which doesn't help). It's worse following exertion, following eating a meal, or lying down. Anyone have an idea? (2 replies)
... I started having the following symptom when I was 19. It's been going on for over 10 years now, and has gradually become more serious. There's a tightness in my chest and abdomen. I can't breath properly from my stomach or diaphragm; To get a breath, I must attempt to "get around it" somehow usually posturing my back up, raising my shoulders, yawning, and this isn't always... (6 replies)
... I'm going to be 18 in December, I have no history of asthma or any other breathing issues. ... (5 replies)

... HI,:wave: For the last year, every minute i feel the need to take a deep breath or a yawn with no satisfaction,i dont feel the air go dawn into my lungs.Even when i try to yawn I can not ,I stop in the middle of the yawn. When successful take a deep breath or a yawn i feel satisfaction for 30 seconds then the sensation return. Another symptoms:tingling in... (2 replies)
... As someone who has been diagnosed with 2 sleep disorders, sleep apnea being one of those disorders, from personal experience I would say it sounds like you may have a sleep disorder. Although some people have no noticable signs, you have several: difficulty breathing through the nose, mouth breathing, early am wakenings, fatigue, changes in heart rhythm, and yawning (for... (4 replies)
... I'm just now 40 years old and been having these same problems of poor breathing and lots of yawning. The only time I feel good is when I wake up after sleeping. ... (57 replies)
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... About six months ago at the gym I noticed I had a hard time taking that really deep satisfying breath. For whatever reason, if I yawn, I can take the breath I need. First of all, what is the reason for this? Fast forward to today. I think I am getting a little bit worse. This week at work I have found myself suddenly needing to take a deep breath but unable to do so... (0 replies)
... I need to try to find out why my 14 year old son has difficulty breathing and can't yawn. ... (0 replies)
Trouble Breathing
Feb 29, 2008
... as and tested for all we could. My mother thought I wasn't getting enough sleep because of my constant yawning, but I was sleeping fine. But it's as if I'm not breathing fast enough, like the nerves from my lungs to my brain aren't sending the signal to breath, yet my oxygen is fine. ... (57 replies)
Trouble Breathing
Jan 10, 2008
... I've been having trouble breathing since this summer. ... (57 replies)
... le, 180 pounds, reasonably healthy, and have pretty bad panic attacks. BUT the past 3 or 4 days i have been feeling like i cant get a full breath. Im pretty much yawning but its not because im tired or anything, its because i feel like i cant get enough air into my lungs. ... (5 replies)
... I have been experiencing some of the same symptoms over the last five months following an automobile accident...My symptoms are difficulty breathing that only a deep yawn satisfies, uncontrollable burping, numbness on left side of face and arm, and pain in the left shoulder. ... (19 replies)
... eep breathing. But as i said before, this is an all day long situation. There are things that make it even worse,,but nothing ever makes it better. I saw that yawning was an issue also. Most of the time i cant even complete a yawn. It goes half way,,then just stops. ... (19 replies)
... ducing than not being able to breathe. Although it hasn't cured me, speech therapy has provided some degree of relief at times. Of course, I don't know if your breathing difficulties are casued the vocal cords, as in my case, but the breathing exercises, if nothing else, are useful as a relaxation technique. ... (19 replies)
... been in great health with the exception of a few minor issues. About 7 years ago I had the same sensation described by many here. Could not get enough air in, yawning would help but sometimes the yawn would not do the trick. Of course, a little panic would set in and seem to make it worse. ... (19 replies)
... I have have a really simular problem. LES Dystfuntion/Lower Esophageal spinchar Dysfunction. I don't have the problems witih deep breathing, but the rest sounds the same. I constantly have to clear my throat, have reflux, chest pain etc. My gastroenderologist (I'm sure this is not spelled correct) had me go to the hospital for an manometry test. That is what my... (19 replies)
... t I'll vomit a little. I have to be very careful so that this doesn't happen. I try to exercise as much as I can, which basically boils down whether or not I'm breathing well enough on that particular day. ... (19 replies)
... fully someonw can find something useful in this post toward our common, and reasonable, goal of normal breathing. Wishing you all the best of progress with your breathing struggles and keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. ... (19 replies)
... don't smoke and have used aspartame and had sensitivities to it. I also am having a breathing problem. I have been checked for asthma, and allergies..both negative. I am a 26 yr old female and feel very confused and helpless at this point. ... (19 replies)

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