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... I have a similar problem and found advice that helped. The problem was I could not breathe deeply 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. ... (35 replies)
... t once we do start to notice it we start to monitor it and worry about it and then find ourselves puffing or panting or gulping for air and trying to take a deep breath and feeling we can't do it. ... (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)

... I have had the same trouble for over 10 months and went to MANY different doctors. I was beginning to think it was all in my head. ... (2 replies)
... I am having this mucus trouble too. For a few days now I feel like I have a constant ball of mucus in my throat. ... (5 replies)
... I am having that problem too! Feels as though I have to yawn to get that deep breath - started doing it again 2 days ago - I went to the ER a week ago - they did tests - sent me home with an Ativan - I went to the doctor the next day - she gave me prednisone and an inhaler - I really get tired of this feeling! (35 replies)
... I have had it all my life. I was prescribed xanax about 2 years ago. I know that whenever I am feeling like I can't take a deep breath that it has A LOT to do with my nerves. If I take one of my xanax the feeling of not getting a deep breth goes away. Hope this helps! ... (35 replies)
... Hi Matthew. I live in Houston, TX and my symptoms are the same as yours exactly. I thought I was the only person in the world suffering from this until I found this message board. I've had all the tests run also and the doctors can find nothing wrong. I used to have anxiety and panic attacks when I was a teenager and I know what they feel like. This isn't anxiety. I'm... (31 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. ... (5 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. ... (31 replies)
... Thank you ssooooo much i could bend u over and have a night with u..... Thank you thank you thank you!!!!!!!!! $$$:) (35 replies)
... Hello, I have this problem too. I'm hoping we can all try to help each other rid this nasty affliction. Thanks Paul2 < edited > (35 replies)
... KOENTBOY5- I have the same exact breathing problem. Have you ever found a cure or anything to make it better??? PLEASE, let me know!! Please, it is ruining my life. Thank you! (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. If the person is revived in time with CPR they might be ok but if it was not in time there may be severe brain damage. What I am trying to say is that oxygen is critical to the brain. Breathing in a bag gives... (35 replies)
... I dont think my doctor would have told me to do this if it was going to harm me and i smoke and have always felt better afterwards, also its only 30 seconds not even that long until you can remove the brown paper bag so how is this doing any harm? you have a nice day (35 replies)
... I have posted on this thread previously as I think it is air hunger. I just wanted to add that I am now taking something that I think is helping - Neem. This is an OTC Chinese herb. Jen (35 replies)
... Try asking your doctor about Pulmonary hypertension, I had all these symptoms growing up and was misdiagnosed with a million things it seems like till they found this out. Good Luck and feel better. (35 replies)
... Sounds like asthma and asthma related allergies to me or LPR. (35 replies)
... Estrogen causes relaxation of the esophageal sphincters and thus acid reflux. If you take hormone replacement therapy or birth control pills, these could cause your yawning problem. Going off estrogen replacement and ibuprofen ended my yawning problem because my LPR (laryngopharyngeal reflux aka silent reflux) went away. (35 replies)
... I've recently had this issue for about a week now. I injured my shoulder at the gym a few weeks ago and was taking 800mg ibprofen for a week and have been on 1000mg a day of naproxen for a few weeks now..im starting to believe what yawnyyawny said is true about painkillers or anti-inflammatories causing this issue..went to doc yesterday and he put me on an inhaler, prednisone... (35 replies)




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