Respiratory problems - Shortness of breath (Dyspnea)

Respiratory distress is a subjective feeling of having too little air. Respiratory distress typically occurs when there is an increased need for oxygen, for example, by exercise or hard physical effort, but can also occur as a consequence of stress and psychological reasons. Dyspnea, shortness of breath (SOB), or air hunger, is the subjective symptom of breathlessness. Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath causes shortness of breath and difficulty breathing, and is a serious symptom and thus a symptom of a variety of health conditions. Generally, breathing a sign of inadequate ventilation, the fact that no runner oxygen and enough air through the body. Inadequate ventilation means that breathing occurs when the body's inability to ventilate themselves adequately. Breathing problems will always be associated with an unpleasant respiratory sensation. The incidence of breathlessness increases with age and appears to be more frequent among women.

What triggers Respiratory problems?

There may be several reasons for shortness of breath and difficulty breathing. For example, that you need more power than normal breathing, which may be due to narrowing of the airways of COPD or asthma, the lungs were stiff as with pulmonary fibrosis or the lungs are heavy if there is water in the lungs. You may also experience difficulty breathing, if there is a shortage of oxygen in body tissues, or if there is too little oxygen in the air that is inhaled as it is known from "thin air" at high altitudes, where you will experience shortness of breath, even though the body does not fail no. Oxygen to red blood cells occurs in the lungs and red blood cells carries oxygen around to all body cells. Both the lungs and blood circulation is thus of great importance for the supply of oxygen to the tissues.

The most common cause of shortness of breath are lung diseases. In more than 70 percent of all cases in which patients are plagued by breathing problems are the diseases of the lungs or airways, which is why, like most cancer patients will experience difficulty breathing in the disease. Furthermore, noted that in about 20 percent of cases are diseases of the heart or circulation, which causes shortness of breath. But stress and psychological stress can trigger a feeling of difficulty breathing, and thereby induce hyperventilation and anxiety neurosis and a feeling that you do not get enough air. The condition can be an acute situation, and often anxiety, feeling of dryness in the mouth, tingling and numbness in the fingers, hands, legs and around the mouth, possibly convulsions.

When the Doctor?

The physician should be contacted immediately by rapid onset breathing problems as they may reflect a serious lung or heart disease. Waxing breathing problems must be examined by a doctor and you know you have asthma or COPD (emphysema), you should ensure clear instructions about when you should contact a physician, among other things will ask about your medical history and what you believe is cause of your shortness of breath - and whether you smoke. The doctor will examine the heart, lungs and circulation, ie if you have swollen legs. Other studies may have blood tests, lung function measurement, ECG (Electrocardiography) and X-ray of the lungs. In acute attacks of breathing problems, hospitalization is often necessary, while asthma attacks for the most part can be treated by the doctor.

Breathing - Deep breathing

A bad breath can mean lack of energy, greater risk of illness, physical infirmity, a tense emotional and much more. However, breathing is rarely something you think about, but the foundation of life and actually we breathe 20,000 times a day. However, we can even influence our breathing and therefore our state of body and psyche. If you for example pressure, stress or depression, it is possible to control his tension through breathing. Breathing is fundamental to all life, and prefer not breath well enough, will affect the brain and body.

The deep breathing releases called endorphins, which in addition to functioning as the body's own natural pain relief is also highly beneficial as a hypnotic. The physical response to deep breathing is good example to the lymphatic system, as mentioned activated organs are relaxed and massaged, tension is loosened, may lie between the intestines, liver and stomach and through muscle relaxation will be experienced less pain and less anxiety. Psychologically it means deep breathing example that the relaxing part of the autonomic nervous system is activated and your balance restored, the stress level is lowered, the overview is increased and one can again think clearly, like anxiety and reduced through breathing exercises. Therefore, search the Internet for "breathing exercises" and learn more about the value of deep breathing.


1. Asthma - the lungs, shortness of breath, tobacco smoke, smoking lungs, cold, allergy and stress.
2. Unconscious - fainting, loss of consciousness, respiration, blood pressure and circulation brain.
3. Sinusitis (or rhino sinusitis) - sequelae colds, flu, sinus, frontal sinus, nose and jaw caves.
4. Bladder infection (Cystitis) - burning urination, intimate hygiene, bacteria and urinary bladder.
5. Chest pain - pain around the heart, Angina, muscle pain, stress, anxiety, depression.
6. Diarrhea - loose bowels, travelers diarrhea, virus, infection, frequent stools, vomiting and fever.
7. Eczema - Skin disorder, Skin rash, itching, hives, allergies, zinc, cortisone and scaly eczema.
8. Fever - Body temperature above 38ºC (100.4ºF), Critical over 40.0ºC (104ºF), Inflammation.
9. Athletes foot - Ringworm of the foot, Tinea pedis, Fungal infections, Nail fungus, Scaling.
10. Burns - Fire Wounds, scalding, boiling water and fire, 1 2 3 degree, First Aid for Burns.
12. Common cold - coughing, sneezing, headache, pain on swallowing, hoarseness, sore throat.
13. Cold sores - Oral Herpes, blisters, contagious virus, sores, lips, mouth and nose.
14. Constipation - hard stool, stomach pain, abdominal pain, Herbals and digestive problems.
15. Sprains - First Aid Joint Injury, Sprained ankle, Fingers, Knee, Wrist sprain.
16. Tonsillitis - Sore Throat, Pharynx, Tonsils, Strep Throat, Mononucleosis and Scarlet fever.
17. Heartburn - stomach acid reflux, discomfort, gastric reflux, Indigestion, reflux Oesophagitis.
18. Shingles - Herpes zoster, Zoster or Zona, Chickenpox rash, Burning pain and Blistering rash.
19. Palpitations - Irregular Heartbeat, Arrhythmia, Heart rate, Stress, Sorrows and Worries.
20. Cough - Coughing cures, Dry cough, Tickling cough, Cold pneumonia and Mucus formation.
21. Headache - Cephalalgia, Forehead Pain, Frontal headache, Tension headaches and Migraine.
22. Hemorrhoids - Haemorrhoids, Bowl splashes, Itching, Rectal pain, or Rectal bleeding.
23. Hoarseness - Acute hoarseness, Hoarse voice, Dysphonia, Whisper and Weak voice.
24. Swollen glands - Lymph Nodes, Sore throat, Ear infection, Mononucleosis (Glandular fever).
25. Hay fever - Allergic Rhinitis, allergies, eyes, nose, grass pollen, birch, dust mites and fur.
26. Influenza - Flu, Influenzavirus A, B and C, Flu vaccination, Infectious, Fever and coldness.
27. Insect bites - bee stings, wasp stings, hornets, mosquitoes, fleas, poisonous, Borrelia and ticks.
28. Chlamydia - intercourse, unsafe sex, sexually transmitted diseases (STI), risk sexually active.
29. Itching - Skin itching, dry skin, sensitive skin, scabies, rash, allergy and pregnancy itching.
30. Pneumonia - high fever, cough, shortness of breath, chest pain and mycoplasma.
31. Bellyache - Stomach pain, Rumbling stomach, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Bloated stomach.
32. Menstrual Cramps - Menstrual Pain, Dysmenorrhea, Pain relief medicines and Herbal remedies.
33. Moles - Birthmarks, Melanoma, Brownish spots, Sun tanning, Ultraviolet light and Skin cancer.
34. Urticaria - Angioedema, hives, nettle, itching, redness, blisters, bumps, allergies and skin rashes.
35. Nosebleeds - epistaxis, nose bleeding, blood vessels, nostrils, cotton pad, saline, laser cautery.
36. Vomiting - throwing up, nausea, seasickness, air sickness, Morning sickness, pregnancy nausea.
37. Worms - worm infection, Threadworms, Pinworms, Tapeworms, Roundworms, Deworming.
38. Tick bites - Mites and Ticks, Borrelia, rash, paralysis, and Lyme disease, Signs and Symptoms.
39. Pain - acute pain, chronic pain, major pain, Migraine, muscle pain, Myalgia and Joint pain.
40. Insomnia - Sleeplessness, restless sleep, insomnia, sleep problems and sleeping pills.
41. Wounds - scrapes, abrasions, bleeding, wound care, tetanus vaccine and inflammation.
42. Toothache - acute toothache, Odontalgia, hole in tooth, Tooth Decay, Caries, Dental abscess.
43. Fatigue - Feeling tired, Burned out, exhaustion, tiredness, lethargy, Mental and Physical fatigue.
44. Vaginal discharge - Secretions, Vaginal catarrh, Fungus in Vagina, Odor, Itching and Infection.
45. Rashes - skin rash, eczema, allergies, dry skin, itching, rash from stress and acute rashes.
46. Warts - Foot warts, Hand warts, Finger warts, Flat warts, Treatment of Warts and removal tips.
47. Weight Loss - Overweight, fat, obesity, dieting, underweight, skinny, lifestyle and dietary advice.
48. Conjunctivitis - Red eye, Eye infection, Tearing, Eye allergies, Dry eyes and Contact lenses.
49. Earache - Ear pain, Ear infection, Fever, Earwax, Outer ear, Middle ear, Eardrum, Otitis media.
50. Respiratory problems - Dyspnea, Shortness of breath, Breathlessness, Difficulty in breathing.
11. Poisoning - Medicine, Connectors, Bites, Drugs, Fungi, Oil, First aid at the acute poisoning.

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