Having trouble breathing can cause a number of different symptoms, including: a constricted feeling in the chest
Having the sensation that you need to breathe more swiftly or more deeply
Having the sensation that your body is unable to receive adequate oxygen in a timely manner
What are the symptoms of shortness of breath?
When someone has acute shortness of breath, they generally also have additional symptoms, such as pain in the chest, blurred vision, and lightheadedness (heart attack) Pain in the chest and swelling in the legs, especially after lengthy journeys (pulmonary embolism) When should you be concerned about having trouble breathing?
Safdar emphasises that you should always take shortness of breath seriously.
″You should always take shortness of breath seriously,″