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Difficulty in breathing early in the morning, has sinus problem, exercise regularly on treadmill. Root cause?

hi. my husband is having difficulty in breathing since early morning. yesterday he complained about synus problem but today he was feeling trouble while breathing. He is 40 and doesn t has any disease so far. he is been exercising on treadmill from last few days for 20 minutes daily. do u think it is due to walking on treadmill or we should consult physician for this?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Oct 2012
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good morning, your husband needs to be examined by a doctor to rule out any chest congestion which is leading to difficulty in breathing, secondly i would like u to get an ECG done to ur husband to rule out any cardiac cause for breathlessness as it has started after using the thread mill, get his blood pressure and blood sugars and cholesterol checked. breathlessness is not a simple problem to be taken lightly.
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