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Synonyms for dyspnea

difficult or labored respiration

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The athlete complained of difficulty breathing after a long-distance run, and based on Brachial Chain testing results, we decided to teach him the breathing technique of inhaling through his nose to his belly, then exhaling by "sighing"--no forceful breathing through pursed lips.
Nausea and/or vomiting was the most frequently reported reaction (28%), followed by hives (25%), wheezing and/or difficulty breathing (13%), and lip or tongue swelling (9%).
He was unconscious and having difficulty breathing but his colleagues were able to support his spine and maintain his breathing until an ambulance crew arrived.
Individuals indirectly exposed usually only experience difficulty breathing and a burning sensation on exposed skin.
About five percent of asthmatics--more than a million people--have difficulty breathing after eating a food that contains sulfites.
a Long Island, New York developer, and professional engineer, who has invested millions of dollars into the latest technology to combat "sick building syndrome" is offering technical help and assistance to 135 employees in a Toledo, Ohio, building after a number of them were forced to leave their jobs at the Lucas County Child-Support Enforcement Agency because of eye irritations, dizzy spells, and difficulty breathing.
MPV infections frequently occur in infants with symptoms similar to those of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), characterized by influenza-like symptoms such as high fever, severe cough, difficulty breathing, wheezing, vomiting, and diarrhea.
Interstate 495, elderly heart patient experienced difficulty breathing, blurry vision and headache; ambulance requested, patient taken to the hospital.
Real emergencies include heavy blood loss, loss of consciousness, difficulty breathing, severe injuries, strokes and heart attacks.
In emergencies, such as severe blood loss and difficulty breathing call 999.
The woman was in one of the flats above and complained of having difficulty breathing.
Kris Aquino, fighting tears, said her mother had gone in for tests after suffering high blood pressure and difficulty breathing in the Christmas and New Year holidays.
Many of the wounded were having difficulty breathing and had their sight affected, leading to suspicions of chlorine gas.
Johnson's wife, Vera, said he had not been feeling well recently and was hospitalized Tuesday afternoon when he had difficulty breathing.