What are the symptoms of hyperventilation?
There appears to be a lot of ignorance about hyperventilation. In any case, there are so many complaints that come with hyperventilation, but you often do not know that these complaints are caused by this annoying ailment. As a result, people often walk around for years with complaints for which they have already gone a long way, which in some cases even leads to admission to the heart monitoring. Prescribing medication such as anti-depressants and sleep medication is very common, while complaints associated with hyperventilation can be quickly and effectively overcome by thorough breathing training.
Do you experience more than 3 of the complaints below? Then you know, together with many others, what it is to hyperventilate. Big change that you suffer from panic attacks that are a consequence from hyperventilation.
- Signing or Yawning
- Shortness of breath
- Quickly tired
- Pressure and / or pain on the chest
- Pain in the neck and / or shoulders
- Feeling of tightness around the head
- Feeling light-headed
- Feeling that you are going to pass out
- Actually pass out
- Feeling rushed
- Feeling absent
- Gag in the throat
- Dry mouth
- Trouble talking
- Difficulties thinking clearly
- Blurred vision
- Strained jaws
- Ringing in the ears
- Bloated or pressured stomach
- Burping / flatulence
- Urinating frequently
- Sweating more than usual
- Dead or tingling feeling in the hands, feet and / or face
- Cold / clammy hands and / or feet
- Problems concentrating
- Muscle cramps
- Trembling hands
Fortunately, there is a solution to these complaints. In a 4-week breathing training that is not based on abdominal breathing, but on the training of the diaphragm muscle, you can overcome this nasty ailment.