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... ly out of shape and probably a tad overweight, not entirely healthy as i would have to go to the doctor for these scary chest pains that they described as air or gas etc. I eventually did a workout program called insanity and i lost a good amount of weight and for once i was in shape, and felt healthy. ... (1 replies)
... breathing problems symptoms when laying and gas (0 replies)
... ve looked into this Forum. I'm usually in the Chronic Pain forum because I suffer from severe and chronic back and hip pain. I am also someone who has trouble breathing and I can relate to your description of trying to get a deep breath and what it feels like when your lungs don't work the way you know they should. ... (6 replies)

... Thanks for the reply and sorry for the late response I have been away I have now been out of the office for 3 weeks and I am feeling remarkably better than I was. I no longer have most of the symptoms but am still coughing at times with some phlegm. Do you think it would take a few months to recover from breathing in chemical off-gassing or is it something else?? (8 replies)
... Have you noticed any lessening of the breathing problems the longer you are away from the office? ... (8 replies)
... It could relate to the bloating, joint pains. I would get tested for that in case the bloating is more gas related than fluid. Do you have swelling? ... (24 replies)
... There is no such thing as a hyperallergenic dog, IMHO. One can be very allergic to ANY type of dog, shedding or not. Does her breathing problems, or heart problems, occasionally get worse after handling, or getting too close to the dog? ... (6 replies)
... Hey you... sorry to hear of your breathing problems. I used to have a great deal of problems absorbing air even tho my lungs would seem to expand normally. ... (30 replies)
... Yes I'm almost positive it's due to a digestive disorder. The tough part is gone...meaning my breathing problems have almost completly went away. The only time I noticed I have the breathing problem is when I have a lot of gas and indigestion.... ... (12 replies)
... I was wondering if you eat a meal that causes you to have gas will it effect your breathing in some way. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, this is my first post and Im just sharing my story... I have had severe breathing issues since Dec 15 2011 and have had every test known to man done with absolutely no results. ... (12 replies)
... then it took me at least 30 minutes of fast walk with no running to regain normal breath. I am in my 30s, I've never had lung problems before and I am not a smoker. ... (0 replies)
... stress related. One improtant thing I do want to share is right before all this burning in the chest started, he was working in his garage this winter and had a gas heater going. He said he had the doors closed. ... (1 replies)
... sewer gas to get in your air duct system, thus we would be breathing all this bacteria into our lungs. A person can pick up cryptosporidium from these ducts if the spores get into your lungs. ... (217 replies)
Apr 20, 2007
... can't find it sorry. Anxiety can cause hyperventilation and constriction of the bronchial tubes so in that respect the inhaler may help on an as need basis. Our breathing is regulated by the central nervous system so anxiety can be a major factor. Many people with lung problems have anxiety which makes it worse. ... (36 replies)
... I am feeling like crying again because I don't know what this is. I feel that gas feeling has diminished and I can lie down without problems. I feel very nauseous though. ... (12 replies)
Apr 1, 2004
... The popping sound you hear is more than likely the sound of nitrogen gas being released from the bone spaces. When you go to the chiropractor, they aren't "cracking" your bones. ... (1 replies)
... If you get a lot of gas in your stomach it can push on your diaphragm and make it feel harder to get a proper breath. ... (2 replies)

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