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What Is The Best Treatment For Rapid Breathing
Several reasons.: This is a question for your pmd. A few possibilities are congestive heart failure or terminal pneumonia. If the patient is terminal depending on your philosophy of life, either nothing is done or a specific diagnosis needs to be made and appropriate medical treatment needs to be established. ...Read more
Okay heart question again. Get sinus tach every night. Wakes me up rapid breathing fel wired... However i have no problem running on a treadmill. Can sleep bring this on?
Not necessarily: Just after a baby is born it can be quite common to develop fast breathing due to retained amniotic fluid. If this is the case, the breathing usually improves in the 1st 24 hours. However, there are many other causes of this that would be explored if it persists past 24 hours, or is associated with oxygen desaturation and distress. ...Read more
Is it very hot?: If you are not out standing in high heat or humidity then that warrants a trip to the doctor. You should be able to stand without sweating and having to breath rapidly. ...Read more
Define rapid: The average 6mo will usually breathe at rates from 24-38 BPM , higher than the rate for older kids or adults. Thelower end at rest & higher with activity.Fever will add 5 bpm/degree on average. If a kid is visably working to breathe s/he has generally doubled her/his rate & this is abnormal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Being in high altitude itself can make you lightheaded and winded , regardless of type of activity. ...Read more
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