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Breathing and Blackout
When I run fast I get blackouts and have breathing problems..  Is there a serious breating problem???
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U must be having low stamina or cardiac and respiratory insufficiency. I would like to advise to go for proper check up . If everything is all right then only the treatment can be ad
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Dr.Yogesh here black out problem may be due to  low bp. try to maintain electrolyte balance. exercise 1/2 the capacity of your. it is suggested to have dadimavleham 4 spoons with warm water 3 times a day. tab suvarna Ustashi 1 mor - eve with ghee for 5 days. let me know after 10 days. do exercises in the morning hrs only. before 6.30 am it should be completed. when you are do exercises see that you don't have indigestion problem, acidity, constipation. get these things corrected and then only start exercise.
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hey, if you have blackout of vision its really a serious problem , breathing problem could be asthma , consult physician
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