constant Yawning

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I'm guessing this is part of Anexity as well but does anyone get yawning where they have to constantly yawn to get there breath back? Also sometimes I can't catch my breath back by yawning and feel as if I can no longer breath? Sometimes when it's really bad I have to breath in quick to catch my breath sad I feel that the room is always fuzzy when I have a attack. All bloods ok and Doctor says it's anexity but I always think are they wrong.

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    OMG I thought I was the only one! I yawn constantly! When I have what I call yawning fits they literally come one after the other!

    I try to hide it because I'm sick of people asking if I'm hungry or sleepy! I'm also sick of explaining it's another thing anxiety disorder does to yasad

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    I have that also sometimes i breathe so much it becomes an obsession to make sure that im breatheing right now im constantly thinking about my breathing its scary i hate it
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    I sometimes get that Danielle, where you feel like you have to yawn to catch your breath. I've had that on and off for 10 years it's defo anxiety Try not to worry smile
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    Your feeding into your thoughts about yawning too much.  It is your anxiety thinking, getting you all worked up.  It is anxiety.  You have to learn to not believe every thought you have.  Those of with anxiety have all kinds of thoughts pop in and out of our heads that are weird, lies, etc.  Write down thoughts that bother you and challenge them.  Talk back to the lies you tell yourself. 
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