About Me: Male, 41, brownsville, TX, member since Apr 2010
I consider myself (at least until the past year and a half) to be in excellent health. I watch what I drink, almost always drink only water, take vitamins, and exercise for at least 2 hours 5 times a week. However, for the past 18 months I have been unable to complete
[More]ly yawn or take a full breath. It is very frustrating, because I cannot sleep. I average about 4 hours of sleep a night- sometimes none. One doctor said it was anxiety and so I tried hypnosis, meditation, breathing techniques, and have continued (as much as possible) with my exercise routine. I am in my mid thirties but with the exception of this problem, I am in better health than most 25 year olds. How can I get rid of this pressure in my chest (which seems to have started when I went back to school) and be able to yawn again. I can yawn about once a month and it really feels great when I do.
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