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... I am sorry that I cannot offer any useful curative information for you, but I wanted to let you know that I empathize. ... (22 replies)
... mptoms can also be a result of more serious conditions and it is difficult to diagnose CHS. There is even some argument CHS actually exists, but it is very real for those of us that suffer from it. You are not crazy. ... (3 replies)
... keep us posted with what happens, u have everything i have, i myself have a new inhaler, mine seems 2 b working... my Healthcare is free as i am in the UK so i will keep goin back until i find answers.... Do u smoke? I do and am tryin 2 quit now i have the inhaler, but pls keep us posted with ur results. (22 replies)

... I'm glad I found this page, because I've been experiencing this exact same thing for three days now and it's getting me panicked. ... (22 replies)
... I am in the Army and I have been dealing with the same issues as all of you. From the moment I wake up till I go to sleep I feel like I am not getting enough air in my lungs. I feel the need to yawn and sometimes I get a full breath but soon after I feel the need to take a deep breath again but it doesn't work. ... (22 replies)
... maill messages I have received already I am even more confused than I was before but I think the treatment in Great Britain is not the same as it is in America. ... (1 replies)
... anxiety medication seem to medicate it. I must admit I'm a bit dicey and would possibly benefit for a dose of Xanax. ... (4 replies)
... Actually, I find that exercise helps my air hunger problem. ... (2 replies)
... Hi. Just wondering if you've ever considered vocal chord dysfunction, which it seems has been a problem for some singers. There are posts on this board about it. ... (5 replies)
Jun 17, 2003
... From reading the air hunger thread and searching HVS and Buteyko breathing exercises on the net, I am beginning to think that my symptoms are a disordered breathing response to underlying anxiety, (and/or other physical/emotional vulnerabilities), that have become a patterned response and is hard to break. Having had asthma all my life, it would make sense that breathing is... (36 replies)

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