wheeziness


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presence of abnormal high-pitched sound heard with a stethoscope when an airway is blocked (as in asthma or chronic bronchitis)

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My wheeziness has gone, which has improved my sleeping, and I feel much healthier altogether.
My wheeziness has gone, allowing improved sleep and, although I'm 82, I feel much healthier.
ALLERGIES Laboured breathing or even slight wheeziness invariably leads to a loss of energy.
Charles Durning and Andy Griffith are the other seniors who'll be trying to shake the wheeziness out of ``Get Smart''-era gags.
Terry, a widower, said: "I went to see my GP because wheeziness was keeping me awake at night.
HAYFEVER and its debilitating symptoms - from itchy eyes and a runny nose through to congestion and wheeziness - brings misery to millions every year.
HAYFEVER and its debilitating symptoms - from itchy eyes and a runny nose to congestion and wheeziness - brings misery to millions every year.
Hay fever leads to a number of symptoms which can include, sneezing, runny or blocked nose, itching in the nose, throat, and deep in the ears, headache, itchy dry eyes and wheeziness.
The earlier a young person begins to smoke the worse the impact on their health including wheeziness and shortness of breath compared to those who do not smoke, and impaired lung growth and function which may lead to lung cancer in later life.
This causes the release of powerful chemicals, such as histamine, and it is these that are responsible for the physical symptoms of allergy, such as itching, swelling, rash and wheeziness.
He smiled, bless him, and said it was my choice but as I had a history of slight wheeziness I qualified for a free jab if I wanted one - so there.
Last year he was limited in the sports he could do as exercise triggered wheeziness, but this year his asthma is better controlled and he enjoyed the run.
AYES, definitely, especially if he gets exercise-induced asthma or wheeziness from chalk dust.