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... Kevin, there are lots of reasons! Without a little more 'history' no one can really answer this question. ... (1 replies)
... If not, I would suggest you investigate the possibility of mitral valve prolapse, a more or less benign heart condition that affects millions of women. ... (6 replies)
... This is very well said and am sure it is very correct. Am facing this problem for a few days now and GOD's grace I found this. I observed that when I divert my attention from the feeling, everything is fine. ... (35 replies)

... I'd just like to try to reassure people about this feeling of not being able to take a proper breath. Obviously the first thing to do is go to your doctor and have yourself checked out, have whatever tests are suggested and see if anything comes up. ... (35 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)
... ring if you could let me know if your breathing problems went away. I am having the same exact symptoms since July it is constant every day I find myself needing to yawn to get air in. I have been to several DR's who keep telling me it's stress and anxiety but the only thing I am stressed over is not being able to breath. ... (12 replies)
... Just to say I hope the antacids help. You also said 'I also feel full all the time, burp a lot and have a funny feeling in my throat.' These are also all symptoms of a digestive disorder. ... (12 replies)
... The other reason I think it is anxiety based is because it happens every time I sit down to dinner with other people. It's that feeling of being "trapped" or "forced" into something that I cannot get out of. Inevitably I start working for that deep breath. ... (14 replies)
... I noticed it in Jan. of this year, so i went to my GP. ... (3 replies)
... Hi everyone I am new to this board. ... (9 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)
... I'm so glad to have come across this forum. I've been doing endless searching on the web trying to come up with answers to the problems I've been having and I haven't found much. Maybe someone here will be able to relate and share their experiences with me. ... (30 replies)
... relaxed and sleepy.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)
... My symptoms closely correspond to yours although I have never smoked. Although I had been complaining about not being able to inhale deeply for almost 10 years, the symptoms got much worse about a year ago. ... (6 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)
... As i continued smoking i slowly realised that i was finding it harder to breathe in my left lung at a particular point. I carried on smoking for about two years and it gradually got worse. The doctors said there was nothing wrong. ... (8 replies)
... o being able to complete it. ... (31 replies)
... Hello, I can see your frustration, yes I have heard of Hyperinflated lungs, my son has had it numerous times, when ever he has had a respitory infection. ... (21 replies)
... About a year ago, I developed a chronic cough. ... (2 replies)
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