…The turning point for me was the fourth day, taking a walk — no more huffing and puffing!”
Chris Bauman, Buteyko Canada
The symptoms associated with hyperventilation are
Shortness of breath, tightness in chest, over sensitivity of airways, production of mucus, excessive sneezing, long term blocked or running sinus, excessive yawning and sighing.
Light- headedness, dizziness, unsteadiness, poor concentration, numbness, tingling and coldness especially in the hands and fingers and often in the face. In severe cases, loss of memory or loss of consciousness
Racing, pounding or skipped heart beats.
Degrees of anxiety, tension and apprehension.
Mouth dryness, belching and flatulence, easily tired, poor sleep patterns, abdominal bloating, general weakness and chronic exhaustion.