Uncomfortable butterfly feeling in chest when trying to fall asleep? i would have to move around and sometimes even have to keep a steady breathing.
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Family Medicine 35 years experience
Steady deep breaths: are the best way to control these symptoms and help you to fall asleep. Also make sure that you keep yourself well hydrated to maintain your blood volume. If these measures control the problem then it is unlikely that there is anything serious to be concerned about.
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Last updated Aug 19, 2015
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