27 year old severe shortness of breath

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hi im a 27 year old male with some severe symptoms, and problems with my health, im Wondering if there ks anyone who can relate to me, i need someones help with my problem since February 2018 ive had severe shortness of breath so bad im bed ridden unable to work barely able to move i have to gasp once a minute for a deep satisfying breath and its unbearable i feel so alone i can barely bathe or eat.... every movement makes it worse.. ive had many many test done everything checks out fine except a titl table test which showed a doctor pots which is questionable alsl another doctor suggested adrenal fatigue which im being treated for showing no improvements is there anyone on thjs site that has severe undiagnosed shortness of breath dispite every test checking out fine does anyone ha e any advice as to how i can figure this out ive been bed ridden moving only briefly to shower and eat and go to the hospital has anyone mastered the need to gasp once a minute?

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    Hi

    I posted a couple of replies. Mentioned in one that I am not a doctor, and forgot to mention in the other.

    I just shared what I tried for my shortness of breathes.

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    I didn't have as severe a problem as you seem to be, but I can definitely relate.

    For me, the Buteyko method was able to provide a bit of relief. Not sure if it can cure, but you will at least get a little bit of relief.

    One other weird thing that I haven't confirmed yet. Try drinking something with cinnamon in it. Don't breathe in powder cinnamon! Mix with milk/coffee and drink it.

    Also, look over your nutritional profile, and try taking some nutritionally complete food. Maybe even something like Ensure.

    Where are you located?

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