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48 Possible Causes for Costochondritis, Facial Numbness, Hyperpnea, Yawning

  • Anxiety Disorder

    By Richard Klasco, M.D Photo Credit Ask Well Photo Credit Why Do We Yawn? Reading about yawning makes people yawn. You are probably yawning right now.[nytimes.com]

  • Psychogenic Hyperventilation

    -Other common causes include gastroesophageal reflux (usually burning sensation), esophageal spasm, chest wall pain, (e.g. costochondritis), and gallbladder disease.[quizlet.com] If you try to expand your chest (like through yawning) you increase your risk for hyperventilation.[calmclinic.com] Synonyms Acidotic hyperventilation Hyperpnea Hyperventilation Intermittent hyperventilation O/E - hyperpnea O/E - hyperventilating Index to Diseases and Injuries References[icdlist.com] Frequent sighing respirations, 2-3 per minute and frequent yawning are noted. Chest wall tenderness, numbness, and tingling may be present.[unp.me]

  • Acute Hyperventilation

    Costochondritis and Tietze Syndrome Costochondritis is inflammation of the cartilage where the ribs attach to the sternum. Tietze syndrome affects the same region of...[medicinenet.com] Yawning: - Excessive yawning and how to stop yawning a lot: Causes and a simple breathing exercise that stop constant yawning in nearly 1 minute.[normalbreathing.com] Abstract The hyperventilation syndrome is generally considered an acute, transitory episode characterized by gross hyperpnea and culminating in frank tetany.[annals.org] Frequent yawning and sighing as mentioned above. Air 'hunger' and feeling like you cannot take a deep breath or 'get your breath'. Poor exercise tolerance.[breathingwise.blogspot.com]

  • Hyperventilation

    Costochondritis and Tietze Syndrome Costochondritis is inflammation of the cartilage where the ribs attach to the sternum. Tietze syndrome affects the same region of...[medicinenet.com] By Richard Klasco, M.D Photo Credit Ask Well Photo Credit Why Do We Yawn? Reading about yawning makes people yawn. You are probably yawning right now.[nytimes.com] A-72-year-old man with recurrent central nervous system lymphoma presented with hyperpnea. showing a respiratory rate over 30 per minute.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] exercise for inclusion in this review, such as breathing control, diaphragmatic breathing, yoga breathing, Buteyko breathing, biofeedback-guided breathing modification, yawn[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

    Condylectomy and costochondral graft reconstruction for treatment of active idiopathic condylar resorption.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] By Roni Caryn Rabin Ask Well Photo Credit Why Do We Yawn? Reading about yawning makes people yawn. You are probably yawning right now. By Roni Caryn Rabin[nytimes.com] […] pain, mouth pain, jaw pain , cheek pain, or chin numbness or tingling Pain at the base of the tongue Pain, swelling, or a lump in the temple area Difficulty chewing Shoulder[medicinenet.com] Being a flexible hinge joint, it can move side to side as well as up and down allowing you to chew, talk and yawn.[rafflesmedicalgroup.com]

    Missing: Hyperpnea
  • Chronic Hyperventilation

    Costochondritis and Tietze Syndrome Costochondritis is inflammation of the cartilage where the ribs attach to the sternum. Tietze syndrome affects the same region of...[medicinenet.com] But most off all I yawn hundreds if not thousands of times a day just to get a breath and one yawn to get breathe can last 15 p 20 seconds then feel dizzy as stopped all oxygen[patient.info] There is a prevalent misconception that hyperventilation syndromes occur infrequently, are characterized by acute, dramatic, but transitory bouts of hyperpnea, and that they[jamanetwork.com] Hyperventilation can occur in anxious person, mouth breathers, frequent sighing and yawning.[tandurust.com]

    Missing: Facial Numbness
  • Temporomandibular Joint Subluxation

    Side effects can include numbness, tingling, and facial paralysis, although these symptoms typically subside within several months.[docshop.com] […] for decreased range of motion and " stuck disk " arthroscopic adhesionectomy arthroplasty has been tried with poor results reconstruction is also occasionally used: taking costochondral[radiopaedia.org] […] on 133 patients: 87 men and 36 women; their age ranged between 18 and 72 years (mean, 45 y), and their complains were difficulties of chewing food, speech, laughing, or yawning[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Prepare the joint for a total alloplastic prosthesis costochondral graft. A complete condylectomy. High condylectomy.[maxfactutorial.wordpress.com]

    Missing: Hyperpnea
  • Alkalosis

    By Richard Klasco, M.D Photo Credit Ask Well Photo Credit Why Do We Yawn? Reading about yawning makes people yawn. You are probably yawning right now.[nytimes.com] Two words often used synonymously with hyperventilation are tachypnea, an increase in respiratory frequency, and hyperpnea, an increase in the minute volume of ventilation[emedicine.medscape.com]

    Missing: Costochondritis
  • Temporomandibular Joint Dislocation

    […] swelling bleeding , including bleeding from the mouth breathing difficulties discomfort when chewing jaw stiffness numbness and bruising in the face dental-related discomfort[healthline.com] […] one-year follow-up, 17 patients no longer had dislocations, two underwent a further procedure, two were unsuccessful, and one case developed a pseu-doarthrosis requiring a costochondral[cda-adc.ca] Excessive mouth opening while yawning (44 cases) was the commonest cause of dislocation, followed by road traffic accidents (13 cases).[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] pain, mouth pain, jaw pain, cheek pain, or chin numbness or tingling Pain at the base of the tongue Pain, swelling, or a lump in the temple area Difficulty chewing Shoulder[medicinenet.com]

    Missing: Hyperpnea
  • Thickened Earlobes-Conductive Deafness Syndrome

    Symptoms are a hearing loss and facial numbness on the affected side and loss of balance.[deafness.org.au] CHEST WALL PAIN: TIETZE'S SYNDROME (COSTOCHONDRITIS) : Inflammation of Costochondral joints.[kumc.edu] It is managed by any of various methods of ear clearing manoeuvres to equalize the pressures, like swallowing, yawning, or the Valsalva manoeuvre.[en.wikipedia.org] Allergies or a preexisting head cold may inhibit an individual’s ability to equalize, which is accomplished by yawning or swallowing to open the eustachian tube.[britannica.com]

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