Difficulty Breathing When Bathing Past 6 Pm.?
I want to ask, I often have difficulty breathing. And that usually happens when I take a shower past 6 in the afternoon. It feels like my breathing is choking and I can’t breathe air completely, and it lasts a long time can be 2 to 4 hours. Why is that?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Shortness of breath conditions can occur due to various things, including:
Asthma Allergic response Infection of the respiratory tract Disorders of the lungs Gastric acid Heart disorders
As for your story, there are actually no specific conditions that can cause a person to become congested if bathing more than 6 pm. But if bathing more than 6 pm is associated with cold, then the biggest possibility is asthma, because among the triggers of asthma is cold air. But again, the main thing is not the bath, but the cold air. So if you take a shower using warm water, it should be no problem.
Our advice, you should check your condition to a general practitioner, or may go directly to a lung doctor about your complaint. This is important because in-depth in-depth inspection is needed to avoid misunderstanding. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.
In the meantime, if you really feel bathing is the trigger, avoid it for a while, or try taking a shower using warm water. Also avoid dust, cigarette smoke and pollution. So, hopefully answering your question.