I am 39 years old working in a company in finance dept. Over the last 6 month i have been doing aerobics and yoga and feeling fit and fine throughout the day. However over the last three days i am feeling that there is problem in yawning where i try to complete it but could not do it. I have searched in google and understood that this could be due to anxiety. i know that in last three days there is some issue with me where i am concerned and thinking over this. however i am not sure whether this is the only reason for getting problem in yawning. i do not find any problem in normal breathing even during aerobics which i do every morning.
I am concerned now infact on problem in yawning and not over the matter which was there three days which might have caused some anxiety
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