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Causes Of Sighing
I can be sitting and relaxed and suddenly I have an involuntary gasp or sigh or change in breathing pattern. What could cause this? It is noticeable.
Normal.: Your lungs actually need to sigh once in a while (every few minutes) to open the alveoli that aren't used in normal breathing. ...Read more
I take a lot of deep breaths on daily basis & sigh a lot also. People ask what's wrong & y I do that. I have asthma, can it cause those symptoms?
If you have asthma,: You should be taking your inhaled steroids twice daily and rescue inhaler ( a bronchodilator) like albutetol or ventolin or proventil (albuterol) or pro air inhalers every 4-6 hours since you are in the red zone right now.You need to do this daily for few months to be free from above symptoms .You can add singulair or montelukast as maintenance once daily. Need close follow up w ur doctor.Asthma is serious! ...Read more
What causes fatigue, shortness of breathe and sighing, all of which are chronic. The two breathing symptoms started around the same time.
Normal physiology: People sigh for many reasons. Most commonly it is a natural physiologic response much like a yawn or sneeze and doesn't mean anything. Sometimes people sigh when they are upset or tired or sad, but this is not necessarily the case. ...Read more
How long can akithesia last? I am still having symptoms of it a week later?! sigh' what ought i do? Thanks in advance...
Depends: I am assuming you are talking about akinesia, as in an acute attack of parkinsonism; the duration is usually several days, but treatment mainly is focused on identifying what underlying pathology led to acutely worsened parkinsonian symptoms (such as underlying infection). ...Read more
I forget to breath.every day people ask whats wrong u have been making huge sigh noises, that's when i realise iv forgotten to breath again. why ?
Forget to breathe: Don't worry if you seem to forget to breathe. It is an unconscious mechanism, and while you think you are forgetting to breathe or breathe properly, you are still breathing. Just relax and follow up with your primary physician. Give a thorough account of your breathing problems, and your primary physician will be able to go over treatment plans. ...Read more
Am fr jamaica am trying to have a child but its just not working out i wanna give up now sigh i want a child to love and care for its hard to concieve?
Im always tired, no energy? I've had for a couple of weeks now. What can I do? I don't work so its not that. Sigh' advice?
Miniscus cyst back again after surgery last march. Sigh. I just lost over 30lbs I don't want to gain it back. If no pain could I wait to do this?
Embarrassed but i went to the bathroom and i had blood on the tp.Wasnt a lot but wasn't little either.Bright red. From my...Butt. Sigh. What is that?
Likely scraped wall: Sometimes if you poo a bit too fast or the movement is too hard it will scrape the wall & create a crack in the skin of the outlet.This produces bright red blood in streaks on the stool or on the tp. This will self heal over time but can recur.Bleeding from higher up in the intestines begins to change color through darker reds/maroons/black.Your doc can confirm this. ...Read more
Very few early signs: Sadly, many have no awareness until the liver is quite damaged and those symptoms incl appetite/weight loss - weakness and fatigue. But read this article and have an exam/lab tests if you are concerned. http://www.mdjunction.com/forums/cirrhosis-discussions/general-support/3207200-your-earliest-signs-symptoms-of-liver-disease Best! ...Read more
Cough ,fever: The most common symptoms of influenza are cough, fevers, chills, muscle and joint aches. The symptoms can last 7-10 days. There are treatments by prescription that are effective if started early in the illness. Get a flu shot each year to prevent this serious illness that kills tens of thousands of people in the usa each year. ...Read more
Was due on my period 6days and still not come on. Been having period cramps but no sigh of period?
Reflex: Sighing is usually an involuntary reflex in which your brain is telling your diaphragm and other chest wall muscles to expand your lungs fully in order to open up the air sacs in your lungs. Someone once estimated that we sigh every 20 minutes. Yawning is a similar reflex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer