I often feel like taking deep breath (complete inhalation) till I get a satisfactory feeling near my lower glottis and if I don't take deep breaths I feel like yawning and this continues till I get that feeling on my lower glottis. This became severe when I stopped smoking completely.
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I don't get your concern.
You feel a need to breathe deep and it has become severe since you stopped smoking?
See, it's normal to feel the need to breathe in deep once in a while.
Normally, smoking would cause your lung capacities to decrease by damaging the lung.
But since you stopped smoking, you should be able to see a difference and improvement in the lung functions.
Don't have to worry. You have done a great job by quitting smoking,
But just don't start smoking again.
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