when i like turn my upper body a weird sound comes out. like im losing my breath or something. it doesnt hurt but it scares me. im scared to tell my mom because i havent been myself lately and ive been smoking:/ im a runner and i just been stress and im to ashamed to tell het. im 16 and about 111lbs and im 5'5. i dont know if that means anything but i need to know if this is something i need to be aware about. when i twist my upper body fast its when this happens i just noticed today when i was popping my back.... please help
It's probably from smoking, which is restricting your lungs from getting the oxygen it normally can and not holding it properly. Stress can also cause a number of problems. I would urge you to stop smoking and look for healthy ways to relieve stress.
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