Share of Cost, Heavy Breathing Due Respiratory System Obstruction

Thursday, Feb. 15th 2018 6:47 AM

When something interferes with the ability to take in air, breathing can become labored. For example, a choking incident can cause the airways to block up partially.

A foreign object inhaled into the lungs may also cause heavy breathing. If a foreign object in the airway is a possibility, people should seek emergency medical care, even if they are still able to breathe.

Other symptoms that may accompany a respiratory system obstruction include:

* Wheezing
* Fever
* A rattling sensation in the chest or throat
* Dizziness
* Burning in the throat or chest
* Feeling as if something is scraping the throat or back of the mouth


A doctor may need to remove the obstruction.

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