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... Being significantly overweight can cause shortness of breath, as can being physically deconditioned. ... (3 replies)
... These terrible issues began out of nowhere, with mild severity, chest pain and the occasional heart palpitations. ... (3 replies)
... Anxiety does cause shortness of breath, I know this because I have had anxiety attacks for years. ... (5 replies)

... That's awful! A lot of the time I feel I'm close to death because of all these symptoms! Do you think, as I have been told I don't have asthma, that its definitely not asthma related at all? ... (6 replies)
... ok me to a doctor and he said it was definitely asthma. Then there was another doctor who gave the same diagnosis. Both times it was so bad they gave me a shot of something that relieved it almost immediately. I never thought to ask what the shot consisted of. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you for the reply! The shortness of breath started when I had my very first anxiety attack, which makes me think it is psychological as it also is worse when I'm stressed, however is still there even when I'm not. ... (6 replies)
... 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. Doctors hate to give a blank stare when the patient is looking for help. ... (5 replies)
... Especially with flutter, the heart's chambers are "out of synch" and don't handle oxygen very well either coming or going. ... (6 replies)
... I would switch doctors and actually go to one that listens to you. Just a case in point, over the past two weeks I have been experiencing severe shortness of breath. I have a history with anxiety issues, but this shortness of breath did not feel like an anxiety shortness of breath. ... (9 replies)
... and have only shortness of breath as a symptom? ... (3 replies)
... which is causing a bit of a dry cough, with a sensation of something in the back of my throat. ... (6 replies)
... First of all, see if you can talk your PC doc into prescribing a chest CT scan to see what's going on in there, if anything. There are many disorders that can cause shortness of breath, some serious, others not so much. ... (2 replies)
... for myself or others. Just glancing over a couple posts on here.. I know exactly what's happening to them and how they're feeling, but I have no answers for any of us. This is a long story 5 months in the making. ... (17 replies)
... I don't know if this is just a coincidence, but I have noticed recently that when I drink coffee, I feel short of breath afterwards. I drank a big mug of coffee not too long ago, for example, and I am currently huffing and puffing and overall feeling very short of breath. Before the coffee, I felt okay. ... (5 replies)
... months now my father has not been feeling well. He's had a history of acid reflux so we thought this is what it was. It started with a burning sensation in his chest. ... (1 replies)
... As far as the shortness of breath goes, I can relate to how you feel about it possibly being anxiety. I was going through a spell of shortness of breath three years back and chalked it up to being under a lot of stress at work. Then I got run down and sick and the shortness of breath never went away. ... (3 replies)
... throat area. I've been having allergy problems as well, the past few days, sore throat, plugged up ears, nose. I also have acid reflux, and hypothyroid. All of these things can cause shortness of breath. ... (2 replies)
... that can happen at any time, but does not happen when I exercise. These symptoms can be caused from many different maladies. ... (4 replies)
... The problem is probably not with your stress or lack of stress, it is with the doctor. ... (13 replies)
... may be stress but that is difficult to reconcile with my lifestyle. I have very little stress in my life, eat well, sleep well, and emotionally fairly happy. If anxiety exists, it must be something subconscious, perhaps cause by something out of balance in my body. ... (13 replies)

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