Physical, medical and mental conditions, such as anxiety and stress, can cause shortness of breath (SOB). The first thing to do is try to get someplace quiet and comfortable. Become conscious of your breathing and begin to gain control over it by focusing on small breaths in through your nose and slow-prolonged exhalations through pursed lips. Consult with a medical professional or therapist for further insight and guidance.
Among the recommended things: Get a rheumatologist’s opinion about appropriate medical treatments; learn how to exercise safely so you can prevent the fractures and deformities all too common with this condition; practice good posture and body mechanics; strengthen your core muscles without causing your spine to flex.
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Respiratory capacity is a big factor for endurance and can be improved by Learning conscious breathing techniques. Practice breathing only through your nose; focus on slow-prolonged exhalations, and learn to integrate your breathing with activity for real results.
Take a look at your posture and how you do things like bend, lift and carry objects. Many cases of back, neck and shoulder pain are relieved when people learn how to correctly align their bodies when they are standing, seated or performing some physical activity.
Conscious breathing is one of the most effective techniques for managing stress. Slow your breathing down. Take a small breath in through your nose and very slowly breathe out through your nose, or through pursed lips.