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Fast Breathing In Sleep
How fast should a newborn breath, my daughter seems to be breathing fast esp when sleeping and pulling to breath born w fluid in lungs (resolved) she's 1week?
Periodic breathing: Newborns breath fast...Around 40-50 x a minute. They also have a cycle of breathing called periodic breathing where they breathe very fast then slow it down and can have an interval of up to 10-15 seconds of "holding their breath" then it starts over. As long as she is pink and eating well and in no distress she is fine. If worried at all see your pediatrician. Reassurance is very helpful. ...Read more
Breathing fast and hyperventilating when sleeping seems like after taking Lorazepam Cause? PCOS HTN Provera (medroxyprogesterone) Zestoretic Ativan Sertraline
Complex: Hyperventilation at night can be related to stress, congestive heart failure, drugs taken at bed time, other. So, wide range of possibilities. Lorazepam is a sedative. If taken for stress, and hyperventilation occurs with dreams then anxiety might be the relationship. A formal sleep study could provide diagnosis by seeing timing, heart pattern, and associated details. ...Read more
I suddenly felt very tired, so I lay down to go to sleep. Just before I fell asleep, my breathing was very fast. When I woke up I experienced nausea.
I wokeup from my sleep "breathing weird" I was inhaling fast and with my mouth closed. Is this bad? It has happened twice at night.
Get a sleep study.: "Breathing weird" could be happening many more times per night but the other times do not wake you adequately for you to remember them in the morning. Sleep apnea can cause symptoms like this. So can anxiety. It would be difficult to determine which it is without a sleep study. If you are overweight or have jaw problems or snore then the likelihood of apnea is higher. Be well... ...Read more
Insomnia for a few weeks, breathing problems when lying down, as soon as I nod of to sleep, I awake, heart beating fast but a weird rhymthm? What's wrng
Eval: Talk to your doc. If it persists there is also a sleep center nearby. Http://www. Emoryhealthcare. Org/sleep/become-a-patient/your-sleep-study. Html. ...Read more
I have trouble sleeping. At night I get very anxious, heart beats fast, increased breathing irrational thoughts of falling. Happens often. Why?
When trying to sleep, head becomes heavy, ear ringing, fast heartbeat, excessive saliva, difficulty breathing. What's happening to me?
Breathing problem: You should be seen at the emergency room to rule out a heart problem. Do not wait on this. ...Read more
I'm having trouble sleeping. I constantly feel tired, body ache, dizzy and difficulty breathing. Sometimes I feel my heart is beating fast.?
YOU NEED COMPLETE EX:
With your symptoms you need a complete physical exam and other tests like blood test and ekg, and sleep studies to rule out sleep apnea to find the cause and appropriate treatment
we need more history like your age, smoking history, family history, weight and height, history of any coexisting condition, to give specific advice. ...Read more
My 4 yr old daughter was fast asleep when I realised she had a temperature she was breathing a little heavily she said nothing is hurting her why?
Confusing question: The normal patient will increase their respiratory rate by 5 breaths/minute for each f degree elevated. This is done to add oxygen to the blood to sustain the increase in metabolism. Early in an illness a kid may have no discomfort, and certainly would not if they were comfortable enough to be sleeping. ...Read more
Heavy deep hyperventilating like breathing when asleep fast Cause? HTN PCOS Provera (medroxyprogesterone) Lisinopril HCTZ 208lbs
Visit a Sleep Clinic: Visit a sleep disorders clinic, and they can begin to help you identify the cause of your sleeplessness and why you stop breathing. They may recommend a full-night sleep evaluation to determine what is causing your symptoms. You may be experiencing sleep apnea, especially if you are male, overweight, smoke, or have a neck larger than 17 in., but you need an evaluation to determine the problem. ...Read more
Meditate: Those who have difficulty sleeping often have an active brain that requires calming. There are herbal remedies that you can ask your MD about. Turn off TV early, read a calming book, eat earlier and try getting some meditation tapes. ...Read more
As I lay down to sleep and my breathing slows, my breathing stops and I immediately wake up and frantically start breathing again. What's happening?
Is sleep apnea!!:
If you stopp breathing at night for more than 5 times an hour is Sleep apnea syndrome. There are different patterns. Is not normal & could do harm in the long run. Get advise & treatment. If overweight loose it!!! Probably will neeed a sleep test call polysomnogram.
Get startes get healthy & see a doctor ...Read more
Sleep apnea?: That is the definition of sleep apnea. It is either central or obstructive. Central apneas arise from the central nervous system - you don't try to breathe. Obstructive apnea (osa) arises when the airway is completely or partly obstructed, by the tongue, uvula, soft palate, tonsils, adenoids, etc. Accompanied by a drop in blood oxygen, it is life threatening and raises risk of many conditions. ...Read more
Sleep apnea: Apnea is the term for not breathing. Sleep apnea is a condition whereby people temporarily stop breathing during sleep, and the most common cause is because of a temporary closing off of the airway. If you stop breathing while sleeping, an emergency message is sent to the brain to wake you up so that you will start breathing again (i.e. You move and change position and the airway opens). ...Read more
Sleep apnea: This needs to be addressed by a physician as it can be a serious health problem. ...Read more
Yes: Transient pauses of up to 10-15 secs are often seen in infants. After that time brief (<10 secs) pauses are seen, longer pauses are worrisome. Frequency & depth of breath ore controlled by brain centers & sleep requires less rate/depth than wakeful periods. Any kid who falls asleep rapidly during the day or naps while his peer group is playing may have sleep apnea & deserves a workup. ...Read more
Get help!: Depending on age e.g. Between 3 and 6 months apnea like this is sometimes a forerunner of sids. No matter that a doctor does not find any abnormality, insist on an apnea monitor until the danger period is over (about the end of the first year). You may not get any alarms but you will surely sleep better. If the child is older it might be sleep apnea. ...Read more
Yes: You're having a normal adjustment to a normal phenomenon. If there is concern, see your doctor. ...Read more
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