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Lung pain
Dec 3, 2010
... t helps you breathe through your nose and helps you catch your breath. If you have trouble getting air in, it may be obstructive, but if you find relief blowing air out through your mouth and then trying to breathe in through your nose, the problem may be restrictive. ... (27 replies)
... i've read a lot of entries on another thread on this subject of having trouble getting a deep breath. it feels like something is wrong in the throat. most people have been tested for asthma, allergies, acid reflux, heart problems, and then told the problem is anxiety. ... (1 replies)
... I also have this condition, called Air Hunger. I would often be lying on the couch and trying to yawn hundreds of times during the day to get air in, which in itself can lead to anxiety and fatigue. ... (35 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. ... (35 replies)
... its symptoms being things like air hunger, constant yawning, chest disconfort, anxiety... ... (5 replies)
... Your breathing with your diaphram and not your lungs which is very bad to do.... (35 replies)
... It makes sense now to me that it was because of the way I was breathing and it became a vicious circle of me breathing in too much oxygen and not making sure I emptied my lungs of Co2. I think it is called "hyperventilation". ... (35 replies)
... Hi those in the medical profession usually say that a person dies within 3 minutes of having no oxygen at all from let's say for example someone is choking on food. ... (35 replies)
... Hi for a person who smokes and can't seem to get a breath of air a paper bag may only lower oxygen levels and make things a bit worse and I would not suggest it in my opinion. ... (35 replies)
... for about 30 seconds, put the bag over your mouth and nose. Or you can cup your hands over your face tightly and do it that way. Its helped me before. Breathing in carbon monoxide for a few seconds wont harm you it wioll help to calm your breathing down a little and then you should be able to take a good deep breath. ... (35 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. ... (35 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. So anyone who has this problem can follow this. Also pray GOD since there is nothing that HE cant do. Along with this there is one suggestion written by PaiNomor. You... (35 replies)
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... 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)
... About 4 weeks ago i started having trouble getting a cleansing breath. They call it air hunger. In addition to that i have the worst indigestion i have ever had. It has been four weeks straight of this. ... (3 replies)
... on oxygen and admitted to the hospital, they checked my thyroid and found that all this was due to was hypothyroidism. Very classic signs I was having and I was in a crises. The doctor started me on medication and within a few days, I was already feeling alot better from ALL the symptoms. ... (35 replies)
... eply because I did not exhale properly. My lungs were full of old, stale, air, leaving no room for fresh air. I had to learn to exhale completely forcing the old air all the way out till I could not blow air out anymore. Then I slowly started breathing inward deeply. ... (35 replies)
... eply because I did not exhale properly. My lungs were full of old, stale, air, leaving no room for fresh air. I had to learn to exhale completely forcing the old air all the way out till I could not blow air out anymore. Then I slowly started breathing inward deeply. ... (35 replies)
... its nice that you posted trying to help the rest of us, but i'm not buying it for a minute. nor am i going to put my faith in any book that supposedly "teaches" one how to breath correctly. i have not taken Nsaids for at least 10 years. ... (35 replies)
... jaw fullness, constant mucous in back of throat, wheezing and asthma like symptoms... ... (35 replies)




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