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Hi, I'm a 29 year old male and for about 8 or 9 years now I've had what the doctors have told me is "anxiety" but myself doesn't feel anxious and have come across chronic hyperventilation syndrome. I feel as if this is what I have. Over the years I've had 3 ecg test a asthma test and a oxygen level test and all come back normal also had ambulances to the the house as felt was having heart attack an would die. My day consists of waking up and everysinle breathe I take I think about I just cannot forget about it. I constantly feel short of breath get chest pains. But most off all I yawn hundreds if not thousands of times a day just to get a breath and one yawn to get breathe can last 15 p 20 seconds then feel dizzy as stopped all oxygen getting to my brain. Best why I describe it to my family is my breathing is like a car that is running out of petrol and needs more to carry on. My breath feels like my body is empty so I need more and I have to yawn to get this breath. I fear it's life threatening and it's so scary. I used to play football 4 times a week now I don't do nothing no excersises at all as I will run n think damn what about my breathing then would start to yawn n the cycle continues. It's not just certain times its every second of every day I have to yawn to get a satisfying breath and I just want to live normal. Can anyone help or tell me what they think could be or anything. Sorry it's such a long message just so fed up of feeling this way all day every day and my only rest bite is when I'm asleep. Hope to hear some replies.
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