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... i am new to this board and glad to see to that so many other people experience the same problems as I. I have been suffering with the "difficulty" breathing for almost 2 years now. Sometimes I think it is gone, but soon find out that it is still hanging around, strong as ever. ... (0 replies)
... jboon, your message was very helpful! i have had this problem for 4 years, and it is so elusive! i have the exact symptoms you do. lately it has gotten much better, but i am so worried it will come back. it seems as if i have no control over how bad it gets, very strange. i have been doing breathing exercises and i am getting much better, i am not sure if it is the... (4 replies)
... asthma, etc. Nothing was significant. Several doctors said it's probably anxiety induced. I tried Zoloft which didn't help my breathing and currently take Lexapro. ... (4 replies)

Hyperventilation
Nov 25, 2003
... asthma, etc. Nothing was significant. Several doctors said it's probably anxiety induced. I tried Zoloft which didn't help my breathing and currently take Lexapro. ... (36 replies)
Hyperventilation
Nov 24, 2003
... I read one of your earlier posts about the breathing exercises, I got a book by Dinah Bradley that talks about breathing with your stomach. I tried it a couple times but I feel like yawning. I can't tell if it's helping or actually doing anything? ... (36 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. Does your breathing problems with the sighing and yawning last for weeks at a time or longer? ... (5 replies)
... I have been to my doc twice in the last week and one half. My internist gave me a breathing test which I got s "D" on, "good effort". He says I am breathing out fast enough so it is not asthma. But he said my volume was low for some reason. ... (5 replies)
... Hi--I have anxiety attacks--yawning is a large part of them. When you are having an attack you breathe shallowly, from your upper chest, and this doesn't give your lungs enough oxygen, so your body makes you yawn in order to get more oxygen in. Try lying down and breathing "from your belly" (pushing your stomache out with each breath, not pushing your CHEST out like people... (5 replies)
Hyperventilation
Jun 24, 2003
... I read the Hyperventilation Syndrome book, and while I do recognize that I have a disordered breathing pattern, it did not answer all my questions. ... (36 replies)
Hyperventilation
Jun 17, 2003
... From reading the air hunger thread and searching HVS and Buteyko breathing exercises on the net, I am beginning to think that my symptoms are a disordered breathing response to underlying anxiety, (and/or other physical/emotional vulnerabilities), that have become a patterned response and is hard to break. Having had asthma all my life, it would make sense that breathing is... (36 replies)
... Frequent "air hunger" and yawning to get air. ... (0 replies)
... i don't know anyone else with vcd and none of the doctors or trainers here at college know anything about it. i have tried the breathing exercises but i play soccer and through winter conditioning, my breathing has gotten unmanagable. ... (20 replies)
... I have the same problem and listed here with not feeling like I am getting a good breath and feeling like I have to yawn all the time. I went to the ER today to have it checked out. They ran all kinds of blood tests on me. They did an EKG and the Dr. said that she thought it was a lung problem, but couldn't tell me what kind. I was confused before I went, and now I am... (4 replies)




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