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Guest Hanice

Whats Going On With Me? Help!

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Sometimes this happens to me when I am reading or singing out loud. It causes me to not get enough blood/oxygen to my brain and I feel like passing out. Your increase BP may be your body trying to respond to the decrease in blood to your head.

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i first noticed this problem at church, couldnt sing anymore. Started just mouthing the words.

Swimming has helped with this--apparently prolonged mild exertion regulates my breathing

in my nervous systems. I can do it for up to an hour, easy pace, and i feel great afterward.

--i also have an oxygen concentrator. Go on extra 02 for about 30 minutes after a mild flare

and my breathing is regulated again.

- I AVOID like the plague MSG and aspartame. These chemicals are in most processed foods. For some gluten or food allergies are a culprit in breathing issues.

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Guest maia

I get this too. I cant talk when im standing up most of the time and have to lie down to have any sort of an intelligent conversation. Try reading to your kids laying down?

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I've had the same issues, talking/singing/etc... The first time I passed out I was actually sitting in a parked car talking on the phone with my mom. Weird! I usually just have to shut up and wait for it to pass, lol.

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