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... It takes a little while, three weeks or so, but this is what I did to stop my case of hyperventilation syndrome. ... (9 replies)
... happened again tonight when I was driving and had to turn the heat off so I could breathe but wanted to pull over. Then I find that I stop breathing too sometimes. Yikes. Anyway, it will go away I'm sure just focus on deep breathing! ... (6 replies)
... C on to breathe. ... (6 replies)

... But I'm constantly taking a deep breath throughout the day. And i feel the exact same way that my lungs are not getting filled with enough air. ... (5 replies)
... am stressed. I feel that I cannot get a full breath in or a deep satisfying breath. When it gets out of control I even want to try to yawn every few minutes, which really doesn't make sense when you stop and think about it. The more I thought about it the worse it became. ... (7 replies)
... Hello Nemmm, I wish you weren't feeling this way but, I too have days like yours. Before finding this health board I was able to only find 2 other people that felt like I did. It was an instant, "oh my gosh, you too? ... (4 replies)
... hours of uninterupted sleep per night. Then I had some pain in each of my underarm areas. Attributed that to caffenine. But I worry about it still. Then I pulled a muscle in my back, but worry about that. ... (5 replies)
Throat clearing
May 1, 2006
... OK, Mine has been going on nearly three months now with a pretty much constant feeling that I can't breathe properly. I seem to need to take deep breaths alot and I sigh alot. I also yawn regularly and I suffer from excessive burping throough swallowing too much air. ... (5 replies)
... as diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder. I had all the symptoms, and thought that I was going crazy. Somehow, after a lot of therapy sessions, I managed to overcome it without any meds. ... (2 replies)
... it's air hunger.. The brain in anxious state wants you to breathe deeper and faster so you can run or fight to get more oxygen in your system. ... (9 replies)
... I agree with what Singer said you must focus when you are deep breathing. This does seem hard because at the moment your in a panic of not being able to breathe. ... (3 replies)
... You are afraid of the fact that you always have this urge to yawn. You know why you can't stop thinking about it? ... (6 replies)
... Lately I've been having breathing problems, I went to the doctors about this and they said it might've been anxiety even though I've got nothing to be worried about and I still have trouble breathing when I'm alone in my room. I'm just doubting anxiety. ... (2 replies)
... believe me. First of all, try not to be alarmed at your blood pressure levels. ... (8 replies)
... Hi there, so sorry to hear you are having these troubles. I myself used to have them, so I understand where you're coming from. you're probably pretty stressed about having to leave the house, aren't you? ... (2 replies)
... Hi! This message is in response to Jpdst29. I am a 23 year old female, in good shape, do not smoke, and do not have asthma. ... (41 replies)
... up or work out. I'm thinking I may have pulled a muscle or something. My heart has also been beating faster than normal lately. Also, one more thing, it is hard to take a DEEP breath. I can breathe, but I'm talking about a deep breathe. ... (2 replies)
Please help
Aug 4, 2007
... It could be anxiety. Relaxation techniques may help. Try to take deep breaths where you breathe in through your 'belly.' Think of a sleeping baby. Can you see its stomach rising and falling? ... (3 replies)
... ve had a panic attack unless you get all the other symptoms with it but what it sounds like is your having great anxiety or panic symptoms that could easily lead to a panic attack. ... (3 replies)
... and breathe into it for a few minutes. when you have hyperventilating attacks...you are taking in too much carbon dioxide, which causes you to feel that you are suffocating...therefore, you end up breathing harder and faster to "try to catch your breath" which makes matters worse.... ... (6 replies)


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