dyspnea

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Synonyms for dyspnea

difficult or labored respiration

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It is characterized by ataxia (lack of muscle control), an abnormal breathing pattern referred to as hyperpnea, sleep apnea, hypotonia, a characteristic facial appearance, microcephaly, and abnormal eye and tongue movements.
It can arise due to imitation, cold weather, or tonsillitis, resulting in abnormal breathing.
The most common features of the disorder is lack of muscle control, abnormal breathing pattern characterized by rapid breathing, sleep apnea, intellectual disabilities, involuntary eye and tongue movements.
Abnormal breathing patterns such as hyperventilation, mouth breathing and upper chest breathing can worsen asthma symptoms.
London, March 19 ( ANI ): Using bone marrow transplant (BMT) to replace faulty immune system cells in mouse models of Rett Syndrome, arrested many severe symptoms of the childhood disorder, including abnormal breathing and movement, and significantly extended the rodents' lifespan.
In addition to insomnia, another common sleep disorder, sleep apnea, caused by abnormal breathing during sleep, is also on the rise because of a steady worldwide increase in obesity, which can block the breathing passage, disrupting sleep -- in some cases leading to cardiac arrest.
There can also be abnormal breathing patterns, chest pains, nasal flaring and the temporary suspension of breathing, all of which are serious symptoms.
Characteristic features of the disease include loss of speech and purposeful hand use, repetitive hand movements, abnormal walking, abnormal breathing, slowing in the rate of head growth and increased risk of seizures.
Many polio survivors have abnormal breathing during sleep.
A few minutes after insertion of the LMA, an audible leak and an abnormal breathing pattern was noted.
The most common features of the disorder include ataxia (lack of muscle control), an abnormal breathing pattern called hypernea, sleep apnea, abnormal eye and tongue movements, and hypotonia.