shortness of breath

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Synonyms for shortness of breath

a dyspneic condition

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A If the shortness of breath is linked to weight then we can offer advice on healthy weight loss, which would help to alleviate the symptom.
Lastly, a cross-sectional survey in Netherlands reported that 673 adults living along busy streets were more likely to report shortness of breath during walking, but not wheeze, than 812 adults living along streets in the same neighborhoods that had little traffic (Oosterlee et al.
Bush, who was admitted to the hospital this month for shortness of breath, was discharged.
The findings of the study show that chronic respiratory symptoms including cough, wheeze and shortness of breath are significantly associated with reduced lung function and this trend was found consistently for all lung function indices (FVC, FEV1 and FEV1/FVC).
In the early stages of COPD, patients may only exhibit shortness of breath with exertion, such as when exercising or walking up stairs, and they may mistakenly attribute this to getting older or being 'out of shape.
If you are using marijuana and develop symptoms such as chest pain and shortness of breath, you should be evaluated by a healthcare provider to make sure you aren't having stress cardiomyopathy or another heart problem,' Dr Singh said.
However, when the patient returned 3 days later with increasing shortness of breath, PE should have been toward the top of the differential diagnosis.
We investigated to see whether simple, structured yoga training affects the level of inflammation, shortness of breath, and quality of life in patients with stable COPD," study presenter Randeep Guleria said.
Women are more likely than men to have heart attack symptoms unrelated to chest pain which include neck, shoulder, upper back or abdominal discomfort, shortness of breath, nausea or vomiting, sweating, lightheadedness or dizziness or unusual fatigue.
The BLAZE study showed that after six weeks of treatment, QVA149 significantly improved patient self-reported shortness of breath during daily activities versus both placebo (p
A study of 235 British women found 34 per cent were living with high levels of pain and other uncontrolled symptoms, 27 per cent had shortness of breath and 26 per cent experienced nausea.
A Shortness of breath is one of those symptoms that is associated with a myriad of conditions ranging from heart failure to allergies.
While it is recognized that various disorders can cause shortness of breath as well as elevated serum CRP values, the task was to ascertain whether a single-point assessment of serum CRP in combination with a self-report of chronic breathlessness was of clinical value or usefulness.
Smoking cigarettes now or in the past almost tripled the risk of noticeable lung problems like coughing and shortness of breath in people taking strong antiretroviral combinations.
More atypical symptoms are fainting, shortness of breath, sudden facial pain, fatigue, or a racing heart.