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Occasional breathing difficulty, aggravates in moments of stress accompanied by rise in temperature. What is the cause and remedy?

hello dr., actually i am a 22 yr old boy and i have some problems regarding breathing , like sometimes, i cant be able to take normal breathe , as i usually take, and sometimes i even suffer from a tension , worryful time.,den also i felt it. sometimes, my breathing also becomes slow and i felt very warm. So, wat was d perfect test or to whom i should consult for it.
Asked On : Tue, 1 May 2012
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Breathlessness is a common symptom in anxiety states. If you have other symptoms of anxiety like chest or abdominal pain, choking sensation, palpitation, dry mouth, feeling of apprhension about everything; or if you have depression symptoms like sadness of mood, fatigability, lack of pleasure in activities, lack of confidence, changes in sleep or appetite, then you should consult a psychiatrist. If you have only breathlessness in tension situations, then it is normal. some meditation can help you.
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Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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