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Pain in the bach when I breathing?

Pain in the bach when I breathing?

Lung issues: If you have lung problems, it can cause this problem. Please talk to your doctor soon about it. ...Read more

Breathing (Definition)

Breathing is the way we take in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide (co2) through out lungs. When our lungs expand we take fresh air in that contains oxygen and then when our lungs ...Read more


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How breathing is regulated?

How breathing is regulated?

Complex mechanism: Interplay between the brain stem, blood levels of carbon dioxide and the diaphragm. Impulse to breath is generated from the brain stem and is generated based on the blood levels of carbon dioxide. The impulse is then carried to the diaphragm via nerves.The diaphragm contracts and the chest unit (lung+chest wall) move to get air in. Getting air out of the lung is a passive process. ...Read more

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What is cheyne-stokes breathing?

What is cheyne-stokes breathing?

Abnormal breathing: Cheyne-stokes is a type of breathing rhythm which occurs in terminal patients-rhythmic slow breathing interrupted with periods of no breathing or apnea. ...Read more

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Having difficult breathing ?

Having difficult breathing
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Inadequate info.: This could be a serious problem. Really need more specifics about your symptoms. ...Read more

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What's intercostal breathing like?

Breathing Pattern: One is not aware of noraml quite breathing. During breathing difficulty (multiple reasons) accessory muscles are active in controling brathing. Intercostal muscles are one of them. ...Read more

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What could cause shallow breathing?

What could cause shallow breathing?

Shallow breathing: Problems in the brain. Great wikipedia question as control of respiration cannot be told in 400 spaces. Or we can chat and figure out exactly what your problem is. ...Read more

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I have issues breathing can't sleep?

I have issues breathing can't sleep?

Get it checked out: Very serious. Get it checked out. Breathing problems can cause sleep problem and sleep problems can cause breathing problems. Lots of specialists in florida. Treating is important since problems with oxygen can go on to cause very serious complications. Good luck. ...Read more

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I am having anxiety about breathing ?

I am having anxiety about breathing ?

Need a little more: info. There are 33 symptoms of anxiety and this is just one. Here's a link to explore this in more depth: http://www.psychologyproductsandservices.com/page2.html ...Read more

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Pain in the back when breathing. Why?

See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more

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Why am I having difficulty breathing?

Why am I having difficulty breathing?

Sob: there are many possibilities and with no information we can't speculate for you why you're short of breath ...Read more

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What could cause difficulty breathing?

What could cause difficulty breathing?

Many things: Shortness if breath is a non specific complaint and could represent many things (some benign and some serious). Get checked out by your physician. ...Read more

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Are breathing issues common with cidp?

NOT USUALLY: Cidp differs from guillain-barre, and may well be less dangerous to life and limb. Does typically present with bilateral proximal and distal limb weakness, and some sensory problems, but cranial nerve involvement is inconstant, and respiratory compromise is unlikely, and best considered rare. ...Read more

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Will I stop breathing during anesthesia?

Will I stop breathing during anesthesia?

It depends: It is possible to breathe entirely on your own during general anesthesia, depending on the type of surgery you have. With some types of airway devices such as an lma, you don't have to be on a ventilator. However, major operations on the abdomen or chest, for example, usually require a breathing tube and the patient does not resume breathing on his own until the surgery is over. ...Read more

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What bach flower remedies help with rls?

What bach flower remedies help with rls?

Not Bach: Probably classical homeopathy would be more helpful with restless leg syndrome than bach flower remedies. I suggest consulting a homeopathic physician in your area. The american institute of homeopathy is a group of physician homeopaths, and is older than the ama. The site has a search function, through which you can find homeopaths in your locale: http://www.Homeopathyusa.Org/. ...Read more

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I've been so bloated hardly breathing .?

See a doctor now: Anyone that is "hardly breathing" should see a physician immediately. I do not have enough information to tell you what is wrong. The best thing to do is get a complete examination. ...Read more

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Can a trapped nerve affect your breathing?

Can a trapped nerve affect your breathing?

Unlikely: The phrenic nerves innervates the diaphragm, while the recurrent laryngeal nerves innervate the vocal cords. It is very unlikely these nerves would be trapped or pinched, unless you had neck radiation or surgery causing scar tissue formation. ...Read more

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Shallow breathing and difficulty exhaling?

Shallow breathing and difficulty exhaling?

Hmmm: I would recommend an er evaluation if you can't get into your doctor. You may have cardiac issues that require immediate attention. ...Read more

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Does stress alter our breathing patterns?

Yes: Stress will often trigger anxiety and/or panic symptoms where breathing pattern can be shallow rapid and labored. ...Read more

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How do you preform diaphragmatic breathing?

Slow deep breaths: It is important to try to breathe slowly and deeply with the shoulders and chest staying pretty still. That will make the diaphragm (breathing muscle at the bottom edge of the ribs) push down. Most of the time the person will feel the abdomen being pushed down or out. This type of breathing is important for effective cough to clear mucus from the lungs. ...Read more