Shortness of breath
has a simple measurable cause. Each person with
shortness of breath suffers from low body
O2 content caused by overbreathing. Two additional
factors (mouth breathing and chest breathing)
worsen this sensation of air hunger or dyspnea.
Every person with shortness of breath suffers from fast and usually
deep breathing (increased tidal volume) at rest. This causes reduced CO2
levels in airways and reduced brain and body oxygenation.
Here are some clinical studies that show the exact
measurable cause of shortness of breath.
Heavy breathing, as hundreds of clinical studies testify, is present in people
with nearly any chronic disease.
Hyperventilation leads to tissue hypoxia (or low cell-O2 levels). This is also
true for the brain, heart and all other vital organs, as independent research
Shortness of breath can appear only in people who have less than 20 seconds for the
simple DIY body-oxygen test (see the link below). If a person gets over 30 s for
body and brain oxygenation, his or her shortness of breath disappears. Here is a
short video about
shortness of breath: