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My throat is getting tight and it's getting harder to breathe.I don't know if this is due my anxiety or my nasal septus deviation.What should I do?
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In brief: Anxiety
This is most likely due to anxiety.
A deviated nasal septum will not cause the symptoms. Another thing to conside, r is reflux. If you are having symptoms when you eat or drink, this could be esopageal spasms from reflux. You should call your doctor.

In brief: Anxiety
This is most likely due to anxiety.
A deviated nasal septum will not cause the symptoms. Another thing to conside, r is reflux. If you are having symptoms when you eat or drink, this could be esopageal spasms from reflux. You should call your doctor.
Dr. Anthony LaBarbera
Dr. Anthony LaBarbera
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Dr. Barbara Lavi
Clinical Psychology
In brief: Anxiety can impact
On a person's body in many ways.
Here's a blog post that addresses the issue: do you take your anxiety out on your stomach, head or neck? http://wakeupanddreamcatalyst.blogspot.com/2014/03/tuesdays-psychology-tips-do-you-take.html.

In brief: Anxiety can impact
On a person's body in many ways.
Here's a blog post that addresses the issue: do you take your anxiety out on your stomach, head or neck? http://wakeupanddreamcatalyst.blogspot.com/2014/03/tuesdays-psychology-tips-do-you-take.html.
Dr. Barbara Lavi
Dr. Barbara Lavi
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