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... we don't get too much heat or humidity here as a general rule. Four years ago I went to college in Baltimore, which does have very high humidity. ... (6 replies)
... It's a common thing with asthma, having trouble breathing in humidity. ... (1 replies)
... I don't have anxiety though. I've had times where I've been under unbelievable levels of stress and never had trouble breathing. ... (34 replies)

... I doubt very much that this is in your head! The foggy feeling you describe sounds like what would happen when you're not getting enough oxygen. The humidity is a very common trigger for asthma. Even though you aren't actively wheezing or coughing, that doesn't mean that you don't have it. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, there is no way to know exactly what it is but it doesn't sound like anxiety to me though once you find that your breathing is not right you can get more anxious and make it worse. You need to see a pulmonologist and get a simple test to see what is going on. ... (6 replies)
... It just feels like a blanket of very dense humidity is covering and suffocating you. Kinda the same feeling as being in a tight mri tube or in a dense crowd of people in a small room with no air circulation. ... (6 replies)
... s I walk in, I have to cough like when I breathe in, it "sticks" and it's like a film of fluid is trying to get into my lungs, which I guess it sort of is if the humidity is enough. ... (6 replies)
... My problems are similar BUT my breathing problems seem to take a break during colder months. Last fall when my breathing finally started to improve I started having trouble eating. ... (34 replies)
... I have COPD, along with a myriad of other lovely things, but because this is getting worse, I was hoping someone here might know why I have so much trouble breathing when I take a shower. I also tend to get a bit wheezy with wet weather. Is it normal to have high humidity cause an asthma eppisode? ... (2 replies)
... OMG! I am having the exact same symptoms you are. I live in a very humid state, GA. Everytime I'm outside or in the car, or taking a shower, the humid air makes it hard for me to breathe. The first time it happened, I panicked and hyperventillated. Since my family didn't know what was happening, they called 911. The EMTs and doctors acted as if it was all in my head, that I... (6 replies)
... It is not unsual. I cannot breath in Florida well at all and used to have to go there for family and lived there as well. some people with lung problems have a problem even taking a shower. I don't know what exactly sensory problems but if they are anxiety related and you have no lung problems otherwise maybe there is a cause and effect. Doesn't mean it is in your head. It is... (6 replies)


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