Just a quick note to say hi! I am using Melaleuca household products because they do not contain any ammonia, bleach, phosphates or caustic chemicals found in the typical grocery store brands. I can give you more info, if interested.
Just a quick note to say hi!i came across your forum, and just was wondering if you still have that constant gasping for air. im 22 years old and been having this constant gasping for air for 6-7 years now and i dont know what it is? ive done pulmonery tests, xrays and nothing shows up. i have been diagnosed with gerd, and had a diviated septum as a child that was fixed but still to this day doctors say i suffer from anxiety and have been taking xanax that as helped very little.ive been able to cope with it. in the beginning it was unbareable and would constantely gasp, sigh and yawn every 5-10 seconds. now its not so sever but still is present. i was wondeirng if u had any advise for me? how long did it take to reverse ur cycle of gasping? thanks again
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