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Does Breathing Change With Dilated Bronchioles
Depends: Bronchodilator medications (beta agonists, anticholinergics) increase the airway diameter to help clear mucous and improve air exchange (helps breathing). However if you have bronchiectasis the airways are permanently dilated and mucous becomes lodged/trapped worsening gas exchange. It is a fine line. ...Read more
Is it normal for air to feel "thick" when your breathing? I felt it heavy and thick.. I suddenly felt scared and my pupils dilated. I hv anxiety.
Anxiety can dilate: or constrict pupils and often causes fear that there is not enough air/breath available. I suggest you see an opthamologist who may be able to rule out eye disorder and put your mind at ease. Then see a clinical psychologist for anxiety management. A book called the Relaxation Response by Herbert Benson can be very helpful if you practice the little exercise he talks about. Peace & good health ...Read more
No insurance or income. diangosis dilated Cardiomyopthy two years. Only could afford first 30 days of Coreg and Fenifibrate. Breathing trouble, severe fatigu?
Out of nowhere get really pale dry lips body shakes have to sit or will pass out hard breathing dilated pupils no response for few seconds.
Hyperventilation: People with seizures fall to the ground. You have shortness of breath which is the defining clue. Try breath holding exercises and relaxation therapies. Take adequate calcium (1 grm per day) and magnesium (500 mg per day). The website heartmath.Com will help you to relax. Valerian herb tea can be useful. ...Read more
Tightness in chest, anxious, trouble breathing after having eyes dilated and the last 2 times I've had dental freezing. What am I having a reaction to?
Yes, depending on...: Are you saying people complain that they don't like to be around you b/c they are bothered by the/a noise they hear when you are simply at rest breathing while awake?There r a number of conditions that could cause this:excess mucous production, a deviated septum, nasal polyps. You need to see your dr and have a thorough exam to see if there is something serious causing sounds w/normal breathing. ...Read more
Yes REM matters: When you switch into rem sleep, your breathing becomes more rapid, irregular, and shallow. During rem sleep, breathing is erratic, with variable respiratory rate and tidal volume and frequent central apneas. Thus, breathing is impaired during sleep compared with wakefulness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
No: Though most people have at least a very mild fluctuation in heart rate with the respiratory cycle. This is called sinus arrythmia or sinus dysrhythmia--a normal finding. In some people, this can be quite pronounced and seem abnormal, but is perfectly normal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lexapro 5 mg for a week, will up to 10 mg. Pupils slightly more dilated, especially in dim conditions. Normal, or should I change meds if it persists?
Pupils dilating : Your pupils naturally enlarge in dim conditions; this is one way your eyes try to adjust to amount of light coming in. Ssri medications like Lexapro may produce pupillary dilatation due to serotonin stimulation. But if you have normal neurologic responses (especially normal ocular exam, including views of your retinas) this will not be harmful to you. Talk with your doctor about your concerns. ...Read more
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