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What drugs should one take when experiencing difficulty in breathing when sleeping?

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  • Dr. Chris February 16, 2011

    Difficulty breathing (dyspnea) is a sign of underlying pathology and not a condition on its own. You cannot just take medication to treat it without knowing what is causing it. It could be due to a lung disorder, infection, cardiac conditions, allergies, obstruction in the airway and so on. Most of these conditions will initially present as dyspnea while lying down or sleeping and as the disease progresses the difficulty will become pronounced throughout the day/night. The treatment can vary drastically for each case. You should see your doctor immediately. You can read more on the inflammation process in this article –


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