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What Is The Word For Describing A Slow Breathing Rate
Bradypnea: Brady - slow, pnea - breathing.Get a more detailed answer ›
Loss of appetite. Unusual tiredness weakness. Slow breathing. Slowness in reaction. Moody.Since i woke up this morning.
Not necessarily: Could be just normal for you, especially if you are not having any symptoms. If there is a problem, it's more likely a neurologic issue as opposed to internal damage. ...Read more
Sometimes when going to sleep i wake up feeling i have resp paralysis. Slow breathing i cant feel. Then it goes normal until i fall asleep again?
I am bloated, nauseous, with slow breathing and the feeling i may pass out. My heart rate seems slower than usual;. I am on my period. Help?
Meditation can help: Meditation can allow some relief from distressing emotions like depression. In 1975, a harvard physician, herbert benson, described "the relaxation response, " a meditative technique that relies upon breathing comfortably and naturally. The national institutes of health also recognizes the relaxation response as having broad health benefits including the reduction of pain and restoration of sleep. ...Read more
Yes: Sedation is a side effect of opioids. Pls make sure you are taking them as prescribed. ...Read more
Got hsv-1 outbreak and taking acyclovir. A day after I started taking it my head hurts, dry hands with slow breathing and can't sleep.
Have an hsv-1 outbreak and is taking acyclovir since two days ago. Today my head hurts, hands are dry, drowsiness, and slow breathing.
Drug side effects?: Check with your dr to see if you are experiencing drug side effects or a disease complication. ...Read more
43yr,hypothy-62.5mcg TSH-0.53,sweating,pain while swallowing, weakness,slow breathing,insomnia,swelling hand,ankles,is it possible?hyperthyroid at .53
Possible: Hi. There's huge individual variation in response to any level of thyroid hormone replacement. Some of those symptoms COULD be your body's response to having a TSH of 0.53. I would try lowering your l-thyroxine dose to 50 mcg or 25 mcg and see if your symptoms improve with your TSH coming up a bit. However, many people feel fine with a TSH of 0.53, and it's possible your symptoms are not thyroid ...Read more
Im working in a hot body shop is it normal for breathing rate to increase in the heat it im taking aboit 21-23 breaths a min im scared?
What's normal?: No, unless you are a dog who is cooled by panting - it is not. You need to try intentional breath patterns to gain some control over it. Breath in thru nose a full amount slowly. Hold it for a count of 6-8. Then blow it out through pursed lips like blowing out a candle for a long steady count of 8-10 till lungs are totally empty. Repeat 5 times. D this pattern every hour at least. Best! ...Read more
I'm athletic/exercise daily. Resting HR is usually 48-52 bpm. Resting breathing rate is pretty low (10 breaths/minute), but I feel fine. Is that ok?
Help! need to know if there's a mental issue or slowness that can cause a speech impediment, such as not being able to form words?
More info needed: That is a very general question. It depends on many factors, including the age and overall health of the patient, the nature of the symptoms, medications being taken, and many others. However, it is safe to say that the development of such a symptom where it previously did not exist warrants an evaluation with a primary care physician. ...Read more
My 1yr old twins were diagnosed with upper resp virus? Is there anything i can give them to stop coughing, brething hard, o sleep?
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Could be either/both: There is a lot of overlap between the symptoms of thyroid dysfunction and depression/anxiety. Many psychiatrists and primary care doctors will check thyroid blood tests before considering treating the mood issue. If thyroid is dysfunctional then treating the thyroid condition might improve or alleviate the depression/anxiety. ...Read more
Most often.: Parkinson's disease. But to be certain you should have him examined by a neurologist. A common finding is what is known as resting tremor, also called "pill rolling" tremor because the patients appear to be rolling a pill between thier thumbs and index fingers at rest, but when they reach for something, often the tremor disappears. There are other causes that any good general neurologist can ID. ...Read more
Can slowness/difficulty in reading come from lack of detailed reading (looking at headings, titles, skimming/not reading content often) or dyslexia?
Either!: Skill and speed at reading certainly depends on practice! Every improves with practice, even with learning disorders. However if you have a learning disorder, see a specialist to find out what kind, then you can be given effective methods to make learning easier. When trying to read faster, pick a subject that you like! It is often easier to get more enjoyment from non-fiction/jokes first ...Read more