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... regularly. I used to get frequent anxiety and because of that I still can't handle any caffeine. I also notice get short of breath when I gain a few pounds, or when I eat too much. ... (5 replies)
... I'm a 38 yo female and never smoked. I've been having the same problem lately. For almost 2 weeks now, i have to take a deep breath every few minutes, or sometimes yawn. i had an ekg done and chest xray and they were normal. i will be following up with the cardiologist also. ... (1 replies)
... Check out information on Phrenic Nerve damage...it may help you find an answer to what is going on - or - check out new post on : Frequent Deep Breathing/Yawns - thread (31 replies)

... WOW, JCGMAN,,,i think you just describe me almost to a T. Going on 8 or 9 years now, ive been having trouble taking in a deep breath. All day long, its a struggle to take a good , deep breath. Any physical activity naturally is made more difficult by this. ... (19 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)
... Hi Chris, I too have been having the same problem. I have the need to take a deep breath and feel that the only way of doing so is if I yawn, which in most cases doesn't work either. I'm 15 years old, and unlike you, I don't exercise. ... (19 replies)
... A few months ago i noticed that i felt i needed to take a deep breath every few minutes for my lungs to feel "satisfied". If i dont wait long enough between deep breaths, then my lungs wont feel satisfied and i will have to wait a little longer. ... (19 replies)
... I have tightness in the middle of my chest. However when I take a full deep breath I do NOT feel impaired. ... (0 replies)
... I have this frequent need to take a deep breath and to yawn. Often I can't complete the deep breath or the yawning and have to keep trying in order to feel well. I notice that when I drink some alcohol, I won't have the urge as much. ... (16 replies)
... and the need to take deep breaths that not always are satisfactory. And yes I find it strange too that there are so many people with the same symptoms and no clear diagnosis. ... (14 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)
... I have a frequent and strong urge to sigh. If I take a deep breath and a sigh doesn't occur, the urge remains until I can breathe deeply enough to satisfy the urge temporarily. ... (1 replies)
... I happened on this thread just today and am astounded at how identical many of your symptoms are to mine! I have been suffering from shortness of breath for about 5 years. I have been treated for asthma, but to no avail. ... (19 replies)
... I either gasp a huge breath in or have to yawn. ... (0 replies)
... I have been troubles with breathing difficulties in the last few months. Mainly what I have is an urge to take a deep breath every once in a while, which sometimes I can't manage to. ... (0 replies)
... on the internet and saw the symptoms...but it doesn't decipher between early symptoms and later symptoms. I have no dizziness or fainting...only the shortness of breath and chest tightness. Anyone have any personal experience with this? ... (1 replies)
... Most of my life I have had occaisional chest pain after waking up in the morning, find my self whincing at each breath. Deep breaths with sharp or dull stabbing pains that would subside after a few hours of holding deep breaths. The pain worsens while bending over. ... (2 replies)
... ticed singing in a band and my I experienced sever pain and a popping snapping sensation in the right side of my throat. After the feeling passed I found I could breath and talk much easier and almost all symptoms lessened although it seemed to return to normal afterwards. ... (5 replies)




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