... cannot get deep satisfying breath lying down. My GI Doc told me that I swallow air which then restricts my rib cage expansion. ... (1 replies)
... It all started years ago, at a time period in my life spanning about one week. I suddenly found myself unable to achieve a deep, satisfying breath. ... (4 replies)
... nose test, we found that my larynx collapses just before I hit the peak of a satisfying breath. Plus they diagnosed mild asthma. I did the inhalers, prevacid, and a medication for Thrush. You could probably guess that none worked. ... (0 replies)
... I am 17 and for as long as I can remember some random nights I have trouble taking a breath where it feels like I got enough oxygen or something so ill try yawning and it wont work but I keep fighting and eventually i can but then I can't again right after. I have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder and am being treated but still this happens at times where I feel... (1 replies)
... It's a very unsatisfying breath and results in tension which then builds as the difficulty to get a deep breath mounts. ... (19 replies)
... well I'm 21 years old, been smoking 10 a day on average since I was 16 and about 6 months ago I stopped being able to actually draw a satisfying breath of air. ... (1 replies)
... y 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)
... see what would happen if I FORCED myself to breathe normally through my nose. I did it for five minutes, and though I consciously felt as though I was holding my breath I didn't pass out or anything so I was obviously getting sufficient oxygen and didn't NEED the deep breaths or yawning. ... (4 replies)
... epy.Then i switched docs who thought maybe acid reflex or gerd i started taking nexium and in about 2 weeks felt better breathing got better ,able to complete my deep breaths anyway i now take prilosic cause you can buy it over the counter and i had no rx coverage it works in the same way. ... (4 replies)
... I also experience a shortness of breath, (SOB), or ‘air hunger’ that can happen at any time, but does not happen when I exercise. These symptoms can be caused from many different maladies. I have CAD, Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, and anxiety, all of which can cause it. I have also found evidence that artificial sweeteners can cause it and some medications can cause it. The... (4 replies)
... I'm having the same problem and I think it might be a pollen allergy as a Antihistamine helps. Might be worth a try to see if it helps you. (1 replies)
... Try chewing gum. It should give pretty quick relief.
Good luck! (1 replies)
... I am a 36 year old male and for about 2 years now I have had trouble getting a full deep breath. Some times are worse than others and the only way I usually feel like I get a satisfying breath is at the end of a good yawn. ... (2 replies)
... I Just Turned 21 And For About 3 Weeks Now I've Been Having The Feeling Of Insufficient Oxygen In My Lungs,but When I Go To Take A Deep Breath Something Seems To Cut Me Off. ... (5 replies)
... 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? ... (0 replies)
... Chronic Hyperventilation Syndrome
Do you have the follow symptoms (not all inclusive):
"feel like breathing through a straw or get enough air"
"chest tight or hurts"
"back muscles hurt or tight"
"dizzy" (3 replies)
... ind out that it is still hanging around, strong as ever. It almost feels as though someone is sitting on my chest, so that I am not able to catch that complete, satisfying breath. I never experience an unsual shortness of breath with exercise. The feeling is pretty much constant. ... (0 replies)
Do some breathing exercises, exactly what is something that would be best advised by a yoga practitioner. "PRANA" or life force is something that we take in with the oxygen. Prana is the panacea for all illness. So do breathing exercises and you will be cured of whatever issues you have listed. Also maybe sometimes are bad in our lives ACCEPTANCE is the key. By resisting... (35 replies)
... I recently have had problems getting a satisfying full breath of air. I can inhale deeply but after exhaling I feel unsatisfied with the amount of air taken in. ... (35 replies)
... let go. Next, let your lungs inhale comfortably and slowly as much as they seem to be able to take in naturally, without forcing them. You may initially need to breath in two or three short breaths before or instead a a deep one. That's okay. ... (2 replies)