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I Am Breathing Easier At Just Over A Year Gluten Free!
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Question/ Comment for Super Sensitives:  Not to say others can't answer if they have had such a symptom.

 

I just noticed it about a week ago.  I started enjoying nice deep breaths with my tummy moving freely.  Usually I am not aware of my breathing, so it puzzled me why it now attracted my attention. 

 

Then one day, my tummy felt tight.  I couldn't get a deep breath.  I had an appointment with my nurse practitioner, and when she wanted me to breath deep, I couldn't.  That was five days ago.  Over the last five days it has  gotten deeper and deeper, until today when I thought  that I now had obtained the same deep breathing that first caught my attention.

 

Now, I recall having that tight feeling in my tummy when I played my clarinet in high school.  Could it be I already had this symptom back then?

 

Has anyone else noticed they are able to breath deeper after going gluten free?.  My most recent things I have done is switched probiotics, added digestive enzymes, and avoided foods I had antibodies for.  Whatever it is I did, I want to keep it up!

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I haven't noticed a difference with being able to take a deep breath and glutening.  I play saxophone, so you would think that I would notice if it were an issue for me.  I do notice some correlation with allergy like symptoms, especially reactions to perfumes.  That is pretty closely related.

 

I'm glad that you are doing better.

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I just squatted to get a spill off the floor and remembered, I hadn't squatted for years, because I couldn't breathe when I did.  I think that is related to the above.

 

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This has nothing to do with super sensitivity but... once my extreme anemia got better, oxygen could get to my brain, etc and it was easier to breathe

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