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There are common signs and symptoms that someone has a breathing disorder. These include:
Difficulty breathing – breathing can be difficult or painful with conditions such as asthma but may only be intermittent. Persistent breathing problems occur in people with conditions such as emphysema and can interfere with eating and talking.
Mucus – excessive mucus can develop in people with breathing disorders such as allergies and bronchitis. People with lung infections such as pneumonia may have a build up of thick mucus which causes congestion. Mucus that runs down the throat can result in a sore throat or hoarse voice.
Phlegm – chronic bronchitis or COPD can cause a feeling of something being stuck in the throat. This is a build up of phlegm which can be cleared by coughing and is usually yellow/green in colour. Pain – someone with asthma or COPD may experience chest pain during or after physical activity or at times of emotional stress. Pain can also be felt when taking a deep breath.
Wheezing – asthma and emphysema sufferers find they may wheeze when walking or climbing stairs or even while sitting. Stress, humid conditions and pollution can worsen wheezing.
In the first instance you should visit your GP who will ask about your symptoms, lifestyle choices (e.g. smoking) and take a look at your medical history. To make an accurate diagnosis the GP may refer you for a series of tests. These can include: