Shortness of breath and hot flush: how to calm down?

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Shortness of breath and hot flashes are the most common phenomena seen in humans.

These are really small signs that come on naturally, but go away over time.

However, sometimes they also present as a discomfort or symptom.

Shortness of breath and hot flush

Whether it is one or the other, it is necessary to pay special attention to it.

Nevertheless, one cannot say with precision, which case it is unless one has a minimum of knowledge about them.

So what should we know about these two genes?

We tell you about it in this article.

 Shortness of breath and hot flush

Shortness of breath and hot flashes: what do they have in common?

Shortness of breath is a normal sign that appears in everyone.

It is a sensation that results in the increased respiratory rate of the body.

In a healthy person, it is quite logical to feel such a change, especially after exerting great effort.

However, it becomes problematic when it manifests itself at rest or after minimal pressure.

If it is also found to be getting worse, then it should not be taken lightly.

Hot flashes, on the other hand, are also a natural sign that occurs suddenly, but naturally fades after a few minutes.

It is, in fact, a wetness that is often felt in the neck, face or even chest.

In general, we notice that shortness of breath and hot flashes are phenomena that have many points in common.

For starters, these two ailments are not pathologies as such, so it is easy to get rid of them quickly by following treatment.

Likewise, these are problems that sometimes have the same causes.

There are, indeed, certain facts that can cause both shortness of breath and hot flashes.

Therefore, a person who smokes tobacco is a subject who is exposed to both types of ailments.

Shortness of breath and hot flush: how to distinguish one from the other?

Shortness of breath and hot flashes are ailments that bear many similarities.

However, that does not mean that it is the same disease.

To begin with, shortness of breath presents itself, in most cases, as a symptom.

Therefore, it can be a sign of a heart problem.

In this area, we can distinguish several kinds which are generally expressed taking into account the age of the subject.

By way of illustration, mention may be made of a former myocardial infarction, a dysfunction of the heart valves or even arterial hypertension.

These are examples of ailments that are common in adults who have already passed their forties.

On the other hand, the hot flash is a disease that is most often reported in women during menopause.

At this time, they undergo, in fact, hormonal disorders which result in the onset of this phenomenon.

It is therefore a discomfort that can be felt as a result of an imbalance.

It can also present as a symptom.

In these cases, it may indicate the presence of hypoglycemia or even a thyroid disorder.

Shortness of breath and hot flashes are similar in many ways.

However, they are also different in their manifestations and other factors.

However, for shortness of breath as for hot flash, it can also come from a blockage of the diaphragm which causes poor oxygenation and therefore visible discomfort (hot flash, redness) and audible (shortness of breath) in the suffering person.

It is therefore important to learn to release your diaphragm in all circumstances.

You can therefore follow this free video workshop to get advice from Loris Vitry, Yoga Therapist and breathing coach.

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