Just when you thought that the tingling and numbness, the fatigue, the MS hug and the memory problems were enough, turns out that people with multiple sclerosis (MS) are prone to respiratory problems, as well. In fact, most of us would test pretty low on pulmonary function tests designed to assess the strength of our respiratory muscles.
Fortunately, for most of us, these problems are not noticeable or do not impede us in any significant way. Even better, it turns out there may be exercises that we can do to prevent this from getting worse.
What Do Respiratory Problems in MS Feel Like? MS-related respiratory problems can take several forms, including: Shortness of breath Difficulty breathing deeply Hiccups Cough Frequent sighing Not enough air
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