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Is any online doctor can solve breathing disability due to smoke ?

my age is 22 and i am smoking since 4yrs..i smoke 10 ciggretes a day..but reduced to 4 from a week... and i am having breathng chest seems to be harder when i inhale or xhale..i am unable to breath to the xtent i used to...and i am sufffering wid mild cold too....i am scared and tensed as i never had such breathing problem....can you suggest me wats going wid me..nd wat to do?
Asked On : Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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Hi there. Thanks for your question. Yes, as the amount of nicotine being introduced into your lungs reduces the degree to which the hair like sensors lining you bronchi are paralyzed also reduce. These are now coming back to life and giving you the symptoms you describe. This is very healthy.
All you need do now is go the whole hog and give up smoking altogether. Your body will thank you for it. Andrew Rynne.
Answered: Mon, 29 Aug 2011
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hi welcome to health care magic.your decision to reduce smoking is really appreciable.because of smoking since long may affect your lung so you concern any physician for that.these all may be withdrawal symptoms or may because of smoking damage to your respiratory tract.
Answered: Mon, 8 Aug 2011
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