... and lower back everytime I inhaled. It started as a burning sensation in the lower part of my left lung and progressed to pain when I inhaled. Over the next few days it slowly got worse and now I have sudden periods of breathing difficulty. ... (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)
... hen you think you have SOB. The mind can make you as strong as a Ninja or as weak as chicken surrounded by a pride of lions. If you are sighing a lot or having exhaling bursts, you are knocking your gases out of balance. ... (7 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)
... and pinpoint the source of the pain which is tender there. ... (0 replies)
... I don't really have trouble with that part, as much as just feeling like I am not getting enough oxygen. When I walk I get really winded and breath fast to try and get more oxygen I guess. I don't really know why. ... (14 replies)
... the second doctor also diagnosed my condition as "asthma." My lung function tests are also within the normal range. Exhaling improves with Albuterol, so I guess the feeling is if I want to feel better, I should take it. ... (14 replies)
... I'm wondering if anyone has heard of Asthma developing as a result of pulmonary emboli?
I was hospitalized in July for PE - there were two in one lung and several in the other. I was treated in the hospital with blood thinners and am still taking Warfarin.
In early August, I was given an Albuterol inhaler by my primary care physician after complaining of shortness of... (14 replies)