Today, at marching band pratice, i was given to run a lap
around the football field for stepping off on the wrong foot.
I didn't even run the whole lap, and I started to hypervilate more than I ever have before.
My chest did feel tight, and I had an uncomfortable pain in my throat.
This always happens when i run, nothing else.
And just running! Nothing else.
Ever since I was a young child, I loathe the idea of running because of that very
reason. My parents always thought I was just being dramatic.
So even about 30 minutes my breathing was still rough.
Sometimes, even when I'm playing my saxophone, I run out of breath, but nothing major.
I even yawn quite a bit. And I don't have allergies.
Why does this always happen when I run?
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