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... in the mornings and seems to get worse throughout the day, leading to some of my worse spells in bed before I go to sleep. ... (1 replies)
... I sometimes feel like I have to yawn in order to get a deep full breath that fills that last little space in my lungs. If I'm busy, it doesn't happen, just when I think about it... ... (0 replies)
... Feb 2008 I woke up one morning and my breathing seemed over night to completely change. I no longer can take a full breath. When I yawn I have to fight to get it out and one out of every 10 yawns are complete. ... (35 replies)

... Hi- I had the same symptoms a few years ago and it ended up being severe allergies. I ended up taking a medication named Singulair and it completely went away. You might want to consider this as well. (5 replies)
... yo male and for the past week or so, i have not been able to get a full breath of air. it seems to slowly be getting worse. ... (5 replies)
... Still no bowl movement or passing of gas... Nothing at all! My stomach is starting to become very large. I could put a pop can on it while standing up... Gross. ... (12 replies)
... Hi for a person who smokes and can't seem to get a breath of air a paper bag may only lower oxygen levels and make things a bit worse and I would not suggest it in my opinion. ... (35 replies)
... for a few days now and GOD's grace I found this. I observed that when I divert my attention from the feeling, everything is fine. So anyone who has this problem can follow this. Also pray GOD since there is nothing that HE cant do. ... (35 replies)
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... ow, I take a 112 mg synthroid and have lost all the symptoms. One time I missed my meds cause I was out and I started having the stomach feeling like I couldn't get a deep breath....I said oh no, I need to get this under control right now and get my meds in me as soon as possible. ... (35 replies)
... Instead, focus on exhaling slow, long, and deeply to flush out the old, stale air out of your lungs. Gently and very slowly push the bad air out till you can't get any more out, hold it for two or three seconds then let go. ... (2 replies)
... Instead, focus on exhaling slow, long, and deeply to flush out the old, stale air out of your lungs. Gently and very slowly push the bad air out till you can't get any more out, hold it for two or three seconds then let go. ... (2 replies)
... t once we do start to notice it we start to monitor it and worry about it and then find ourselves puffing or panting or gulping for air and trying to take a deep breath and feeling we can't do it. ... (35 replies)
... Feb 2008 I woke up one morning and my breathing seemed over night to completely change. I no longer can take a full breath. When I yawn I have to fight to get it out and one out of every 10 yawns are complete. ... (2 replies)
... The baby could be pushing on your diapraghm and you are not getting either full inspiration or expiration. ... (22 replies)
... e issues as all of you. From the moment I wake up till I go to sleep I feel like I am not getting enough air in my lungs. I feel the need to yawn and sometimes I get a full breath but soon after I feel the need to take a deep breath again but it doesn't work. ... (35 replies)
... I've had this problem for the past week where I feel like I'm not getting enough air. I can't take a full breath of air and feel like I need to yawn in order to get air. But only 1 out of every 6 or 7 yawns is successful in getting a full breath. This problem is worsened when I'm lying down or when I have a full stomach. ... (35 replies)
... I've never had an asthma "attack". It's just kind of always there. Most of the time, I don't even notice it. But I have been on Advair for 3 years and it has helped a lot with the inflammation. The only time I really notice my asthma is when I'm sick. Right now I'm fighting a flareup caused by being out in the wind around trees and grass. I'm on an oral steroid and... (5 replies)
... and it came back with the exact same results. moderate to severe restriction. i was given a referral to a pulmonary doc. i really hope there is something they can do. ... (5 replies)
... Asthma can be helped tremedously with losing weight. Exercise also, because it strengthens the lungs. It sounds like the first poster may have asthma. ... (5 replies)


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