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3 Breathing Issues You Shouldn’t Ignore

Majority of the population in America do not exercise enough. Many people think it is easy to joke about being out of shape if you are trying to catch your breath often. Sometimes if you are noticing an increase in breathing issue they should not be ignored.

Some of the symptoms that you should not ignore are listed here:

Coughing

Sometimes coughing can be an issue that will got away such as a cold or getting the flu. Sometimes if you do feel like you are short of breath often, it can be a symptom that can develop to be a lot more serious of disease. COPD(Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) is a very high risk and devastating disease. If you are over the age of 60 and are experiencing a symptom such as coughing and have had a career working with asbestos, you may need to see a specialist to run a chest x ray or CT scan. Asbestos exposure in individuals is a widespread disease affecting the nation and there is a 30 billion dollars in trust funds available for victims that developed a diagnosis of disease related to asbestos exposure in their career.

Shortness of Breath

It is normal for individuals to become short of breath when you are active, but if it persists it may be the cause of other early disease symptoms. Multiple people develop heart problems and issues with the blocking of you airways internally. The lung are an important oragan to take care of and recognizing the early systems that could lead to a serious disease can help save your life.

Chest Pain

When you breath in and out and you are experiencing symptoms of chest pain and tightness, it does not mean that you pulled a muscle in your chest area. It possible could, but majority of the time it is a result in a heart concern. Sometime it is because your heart is lacking to get enough blood flow. If you are feeling chest pains for more than 10 minutes it is highly recommend to see you doctor. If the pain spread to other part of you body you could highly be at risk of a heart attack.