Message: dear mike,
I am writing to request your kind assistance relating to a problem with my health which is caused by anxiety (as surgeons Have told me). The problem is that I have difficulty in breathing. Whenever I am in stress, or worry about something I cannot catch my breath. In these situations I need to take a deep breath in order to relax. If I cannot catch the deep breath, I do not feel good and my head spins slightly. Doctors have told me that this problem is related to anxiety and have given me medication . X-rays of my lungs have shown no problems.
I would like to ask whether this breathing problem is directly related to anxiety or whether it can be due to problems with other organs such as my heart or lungs.
I look forward to your response and how I can solve this problem.
I read your test scores. From my experience, breathing problems most often cause heart problems. Not the reverse.
Excessive caffeine consumption or drugs aside, anxiety is most often caused by some form of compromised breathing.
Dr. Sheldon Hendler, MD Ph.D states that "breathing is the FIRST place not the LAST place one should investigate when ANY evidence of disordered energy presents itself."
I recommend Deepest calm Blessings, mike