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    if you are doing it in your sleep this is know as sleep apnea depending on the type of sleep apnea it will depend on the severity as to the symptoms, but im going off topic, i think maybe you should try breathing exercises to calm it and get the lass to do it with you so she can see your making an effort.

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    Don't get me wrong, guys, but please don't speculate; Lindz, go see a doctor. If this is bad, it can be REALLY bad. If it's not bad, then it will be NOT bad.

    But none of us here can really tell you.

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    hiro is right without you being in my treatment room and me hooking you up to machines i haven't really got a clue whats happening with your body just throwing ideas in there to deal with as hiro said the "not bad" symptoms!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindz View Post
    OK I know go see a doctor don't get medical advice off the intarwebs.


    After exercise my breathing will be different for hours. I don't mean gasping for air for hours and hours. That stops within minutes. I mean just having to take an occasional deeper than normal breath. Is this anything to worry about?
    Are you sure it's not yawning? Not being trollish, but I have a tendency to take deep breaths for a while after squatting, and they sometimes end up looking a lot like yawing. My woman sometimes think I am heavy sighing, and thinks something is wrong. Women, amirite?

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    It is yawning, but because i feel short of breath

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    See a GP and talk about thallessimia. Its very manageable since you don't smoke, but important to know if you have it.

    Other than that it could just be HTFU and get fit.

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    I'm working on getting fit. But I'll be glad when I actually am fit and can stop all this running **** and just focus on getting big strong and sexy.

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    i think that you should breathing after heavy exercise.i think that when u get up early in the morning and first of all you should good exercise and than deep breathing after exercise.and should not take a water quickly because your all body very warm and quickly take water is not suitable for your body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapoo View Post
    i think that you should breathing after heavy exercise.i think that when u get up early in the morning and first of all you should good exercise and than deep breathing after exercise.and should not take a water quickly because your all body very warm and quickly take water is not suitable for your body.
    I think this advice is wrong and confusing.
    GET A RED BELT OR DIE TRYIN'.

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    Odd question, does the breathing problem come with an irregular heartbeat?

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