This could be several things. You should see your doctor for an evaluation. Asthma is one possibility. Sleep apnea could also cause your problems breathing while asleep. A third option is GERD. All of these need to be evaluated by a doctor for propper diagnosis and treatment.
The eye discharge is probably allergies. Discus that with your doctor as well.
Is this something that is happening all of a sudden? Or has this been an on going problem? Some people wake up gasping for air due to sleep apnea. Asthma patients usually have an attack between 3am-5am, this is a phenomenon that mds dont know why. ask yourself some question, like...do you snore? Are you wheezing when this happens? The eye issue, not really sure, other than a cold in your eye.
I have tightness of chest and sudden wake up and difficult in breathing in the night not in the morning, when i wake up i try to open the door to get fress air. some times i fell tightness of chest in the day also.
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