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... I've gone thru symptoms of shortness of breath, pressure in the chest, lungs inflate/deflate but don't absorb oxygen... panic attacks. Constant urge to yawn (only relief). After seeing Drs. who had no answer or "you don't have allergies" I have had huge relief by avoiding salt and breads/foods containing yeast. Do an engine search on yeast allergy and you'll find some info. ... (7 replies)
... I too suffer from Chronic Hyperventilation syndrome, and have had it for about 4 months. I have the same symptoms as you have all described, Air hunger, need to yawn and also get dizziness from time to time. At present I am seeing a physiotherapist to correct my breathing patterns but unfortunately progress is slow. ... (7 replies)
... For the past 3 months I have been having this annoying feeling that I keep needing to Yawn or Sigh to try to get a deep breath in. ... (7 replies)

... I am 36 yr old female and just quit smoking. I now feel this constant need to yawn or take deep breaths. Is this normal? ... (1 replies)
... For about a year now Ive had a near constant urge to yawn take a "big breath" but my lungs never seem satisfied. Ive been to a pneumologist and he didnt see any problem, but obviously something is wrong if I feel this way. ... (5 replies)
... Those who have thierself for a doctor, has a fool for a patient." But like I told him, I have been to sooo many doctors and I am sick of that!! So, for the last several months I have been keeping a food diary and doing ALOT of research on the computer. ... (14 replies)
... The thing with Chronic Low-Grade Hyperventilation is that (with me anyway) it is closely related with stress/anxiety/panic For about 4 months I was suffering from it but now I've calmed down a lot (mainly due to becoming slightly less of a hypchondriac in my case) and the air-hunger went away, for the most part. It still rears its ugly head every now and again but I jsut... (7 replies)
... years are so. The past few weeks it has gotten so bad because my Grandma was dying then she did pass away a few days ago. Now I have wheezing with it when I go to take a deep breath I can hear the wheezing and my lungs and throat are a mess. My muscles hurt from all this breathing. ... (7 replies)
... s no known cause for it. I have read about perfectly healthy people waking up and there you go. I did not find out a name of what we have until recently thanks to "air hunger" thread. Anyways check it out. Now that I know what my problems is I know I am no longer crazy and can get over it with some help. ... (7 replies)
... Also to the person that said it is anxiety do you have only this symptom from anxiety? ... (7 replies)
... its nice that you posted trying to help the rest of us, but i'm not buying it for a minute. nor am i going to put my faith in any book that supposedly "teaches" one how to breath correctly. i have not taken Nsaids for at least 10 years. ... (35 replies)
... After years of suffering from the constant need to yawn and struggling to get a full breath of air, I FINALLY HAVE MY ANSWER! ... (35 replies)
Air Hunger
Jan 23, 2005
... deflate but don't absorb oxygen, constant need to yawn, panic attacks... I've had lung tests, allergy tests, and been dismissed as garden variety anxiety sufferer. Do an engine search on "yeast allergy". ... (26 replies)
... This is a well known Anxiety disorder you should see a Doctor and let him know I have suffered from this since the 6th grade so its been awhile. (7 replies)
... It started a few years ago, where I would only experience it occasionally either when I was anxious or doing anything strenuous, but for the past 6 months to a year I have been getting it every single day and basically all day. ... (6 replies)
... LSD a couple months ago, and ever since then have been having panic attacks almost daily, although I generally am able to keep them under control. ... (1 replies)
... Your breathing with your diaphram and not your lungs which is very bad to do.... ... (35 replies)
... breaths. Also the need to yawn but often could not finish it and I'm sure that to whomever happened to look at me it looked quite strange because I was trying so hard to finish the yawn. ... (35 replies)
... At last...a forum that deals with what has been bothering me for the last two months. I believe that this type of 'breathing problem' needs to be solved by process of elimination. This has been my elimination processes so far. ... (30 replies)
... s the exercises that are helping or if i just think they are helping so i am more relaxed as a result. anyway, so your advice is when you feel it coming on just to breathe through your nose and not yawn or take that deep breath? ... (4 replies)

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