Does being nervous and angry cause chest tightness and breathing difficulty? I have these from yesterday after going through argument.

Yes, possible. Anxiety disorders and type A personalities are common confounders and contributors to heart disease. So yes, heated arguments can cause physical symptoms; sometimes it needs treatment and testing, other times, no. TTYD or seek help on HealthTap Prime for better guidance.

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