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I experienced shortness or breath and throat tightening.

Hello, i stopped exercising three weeks ago and gained over 8pound. I resumed the gym today and whilst walking for 20mins, i experienced shortness or breath and throat tightening. These symptoms are still persisting even after 2 hours of stopping. I took 2 diet pills . Please help me.
Asked On : Wed, 12 Jan 2011
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The shortness of breath you are having is normal if your history is considered , this happens as the body looses compliance to the work you were doing in the past.It will quite some time to regain it back , say some three times the time period you didnt work out.
I would advice you to keep your nutrition level good till you get off from the breathing difficulty and slowly getting down to weight loss diet . Do not suddenly decrease the diet content and work out more ,Slowing both processes ( diet modification and work out ) would be helpful.

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Answered: Wed, 12 Jan 2011
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