Causes and Treatment of Shortness of Breath (Dyspnea) or Breathlessness


Causes And Treatment Of Shortness Of Breath (Dyspnea) Or Breathlessness

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Shortness of Breath (Dyspnea) for people with COPD, asthma, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, emphysema, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other health problems. These people experience shortness of breath or breathlessness with breathing difficulties. It can be also called difficulty breathing or dyspnea: .

Causes And Treatment Of Shortness Of Breath (Dyspnea) Or Breathlessness

Causes And Treatment Of Shortness Of Breath (Dyspnea) Or Breathlessness

The key cause of this serious health problem is too heavy breathing or overbreathing. Medical studies suggest that people with shortness of breath breathe about 2-3 times more air (for their minute ventilation at rest).

Causes And Treatment Of Shortness Of Breath (Dyspnea) Or Breathlessness

As a result of heavy breathing, they have too low CO2 levels in airways, especially after meals, on exertion, during sleep and due to stress . Alveolar hypocapnia leads to bronchospasm (bronchoconstriction). This greatly increases resistance to flow of air in airways causing a sensation of breathlessness. More info in Spanish: .

Causes And Treatment Of Shortness Of Breath (Dyspnea) Or Breathlessness

Other effects of overbreathing are reduced body O2 content, the suppressed immunity, and chronic inflammation. It can appear and persist in airways (due to injurious effects of hyperventilation) and other body parts.

Causes And Treatment Of Shortness Of Breath (Dyspnea) Or Breathlessness

For detailed description of causes of shortness of breath, visit . This page provides the chart that shows all specifics of dyspnea and why these people have difficulties breathing.

Causes And Treatment Of Shortness Of Breath (Dyspnea) Or Breathlessness

Medical articles and official websites do not provide genuine and accurate information about shortness of breath.

Causes And Treatment Of Shortness Of Breath (Dyspnea) Or Breathlessness

The symptom of shortness of breath gets worse due to exertion (exertional dyspnea), sleep and transition into a horizontal position, after meals and overeating, stress and anxiety.

The URL of this video is: .

The video was created by Dr. Artour Rakhimov (NormalBreathing.com).

Causes and Treatment of Shortness of Breath (Dyspnea) or Breathlessness

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Shortness of Breath (Dyspnea) for people with COPD, asthma, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, emphysema, heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other health problems. These people experience shortness of breath or breathlessness with breathing difficulties. It can be also called difficulty breathing or dyspnea: http://www.normalbreathing.com/d/dyspnea.php/ .

The key cause of this serious health problem is too heavy breathing or overbreathing. Medical studies suggest that people with shortness of breath breathe about 2-3 times more air (for their minute ventilation at rest).

As a result of heavy breathing, they have too low CO2 levels in airways, especially after meals, on exertion, during sleep and due to stress . Alveolar hypocapnia leads to bronchospasm (bronchoconstriction). This greatly increases resistance to flow of air in airways causing a sensation of breathlessness. More info in Spanish: http://www.respiracionnormal.org/disnea/.

Other effects of overbreathing are reduced body O2 content, the suppressed immunity, and chronic inflammation. It can appear and persist in airways (due to injurious effects of hyperventilation) and other body parts.

For detailed description of causes of shortness of breath, visit http://www.normalbreathing.com/d/shortness-of-breath.php. This page provides the chart that shows all specifics of dyspnea and why these people have difficulties breathing.

Medical articles and official websites do not provide genuine and accurate information about shortness of breath.

The symptom of shortness of breath gets worse due to exertion (exertional dyspnea), sleep and transition into a horizontal position, after meals and overeating, stress and anxiety.

The URL of this video is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhvUjiibm7o/ .

The video was created by Dr. Artour Rakhimov (NormalBreathing.com).