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... I had that exact description (though also with a nasty cough) and I just learned I have pneumonia - I think you should ask for a chest X-ray just to be on safe side. GL (2 replies)
... Has your doctor sent you for a Pulmonary Function Test? I have similar issues, while my lungs are very healthy, they for some reason are not releasing all the air when I exhale, creating a feeling suffocation. It's called "Air trapping". Depending on your PFT results it may give you some indication as to what is going on. Or sometimes, like in my case, no one has a clue -... (2 replies)
... I'm new to this site and may have already posted this message. My oxygen level is good, no apparent cause for this condition. Docs don't know and treat symptoms with prednisone, etc., which doesn't help. Anyone out there who can help? (2 replies)

Trouble Breathing
Jan 23, 2016
... I have difficulty taking a deep breath or yawning. Oxygen level good, no apparent cause. ... (2 replies)
... For the last year, every minute i feel the need to take a deep breath or a yawn with no satisfaction,i dont feel the air go dawn into my lungs.Even when i try to yawn I can not ,I stop in the middle of the yawn. ... (2 replies)
... OK so I tend to breath deep often as it just feels like I should. ... (1 replies)
... ad the burning when I did. There was no burning here, just pressure so, I left. Over the next few days the pressure subsided but then I had difficulty taking a deep breath. ... (4 replies)
... Hey drcassinelli, I know exactly how you feel. I have the same problem! I can never take a deep breath, and I always seem to be yawning in order to get any type of breath. It's very annoying, and it scares me sometimes. ... (5 replies)
... but its closed. well i have a similar problem. sometimes i have to take a deep breath and then i try yawning. i cant complete my yawn. could it be anxiety? ... (14 replies)
... ustrated with this ailment, or whatever it is. It just comes on like that, and goes away when it is ready just like that. Always, but always trying to take in a deep breath, and believing that if I don't then I will not get any breath at all. ... (16 replies)
... Most people have spoken of yawning as a temporary relief of air hunger. Not with me, maybe it's because I can't make myself yawn so that never helps. ... (16 replies)
... lmost feels as though someone is sitting on my chest, so that I am not able to catch that complete, satisfying breath. I never experience an unsual shortness of breath with exercise. The feeling is pretty much constant. I would not say that it hinders my life, it's just really annoying, and can almost be scary. ... (0 replies)
... I have this frequent need to take a deep breath and to yawn. Often I can't complete the deep breath or the yawning and have to keep trying in order to feel well. I notice that when I drink some alcohol, I won't have the urge as much. ... (16 replies)
... This happens both when I'm awake and asleep. When you're asleep, you're meant to take slow, deep breaths but I take short, rapid breaths. ... (3 replies)
... Simply put, your anxiety is making your body breath more than it needs. At first, I didn't even notice I suffered from anxiety. With hindsight, I'm positive that was the cause. ... (5 replies)
... I forgot to say I have 21 years. I do not take any anxiety medication. (2 replies)
... Since all your tests were normal I would say it is anxiety. I have COPD but had what you describe long before the COPE. Howevever, I have had anxiety and panic attacks most of my life. Are you on any anxiety medication? (2 replies)
... hi...i sort of have some of the same symptoms as you, but i dont think as bad as what yours are... i feel short of breath all the time and my chest hurts like shap pains, you feel like you need to take a deep breath but just cant? ... (6 replies)
... let go. Next, let your lungs inhale comfortably and slowly as much as they seem to be able to take in naturally, without forcing them. You may initially need to breath in two or three short breaths before or instead a a deep one. That's okay. ... (2 replies)
... let go. Next, let your lungs inhale comfortably and slowly as much as they seem to be able to take in naturally, without forcing them. You may initially need to breath in two or three short breaths before or instead a a deep one. That's okay. ... (2 replies)


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