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Coronavirus: How to identify signs of shortness of breath and when you should rush for help – Times of India

Breathing difficulties can be concerning, especially when you are battling an infection as critical as COVID-19.



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Shortness of breath is a condition when a person feels he or she is unable to grasp enough air to breathe normally or let out a normal breath.
Medically, it is referred to as dyspnea or breathlessness. For a person, when shortness of breath occurs, it can feel like they cannot get enough air into their lungs, feel a tugging pain in their chest and induce respiratory issues.
Not just COVID-19, but a lot many medical conditions can trigger shortness of breath, including asthma, chest infection, heart…

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