Frequent Dizziness And Frequent Yawning Accompanied By Shortness Of Breath At Night?
I often yawn and get dizzy, then, when the night is a bit hard to breathe. I guess why?
Hello Lusy, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
The complaints and symptoms you mentioned are not so specific as to diagnose a particular disease. Complaints often evaporate, and dizziness can be caused by lack of oxygen in the blood so that it causes less oxygen distribution to the brain, causing dizziness in the head to dizzy and often yawn. This can be connected with complaints of shortness of breath that you experience. Some diseases that cause shortness of breath complaints are:
Bronchial Asthma. Pneumonia. COPD. To ensure all of the above, the need for a direct examination by a lung doctor, in order to complete the data of complaints that occur to you such as how many complaints were felt, the quality of your complaints, etc. Physical examination such as chest examination, etc. Supporting examination can be done if an indication is obtained from the previous examination.
Right now what you can do is:
Get enough rest. Avoid sleeping too late. Avoid triggers the emergence of shortness of breath. Avoid smoking, and alcohol consumption. Look for a history of illness in your family that might help your doctor diagnose it later. Avoid stress. That's all the answers I can give,
Thank you :)