Trouble Breathing after eating?

23 Feb

Well, I’ve been feeling sorta better lately, and yesterday I happened onto a possible piece of the puzzle.

Eating crappy greasy food-bloating, can’t breathe.

Eating raw veggies-no bloating, breathing eased somewhat.


I had an ulcer when I was about 12. Similar things would occur, although it was more along the lines of violent vomiting if I ate the wrong things. So I stayed away from anything good for a few months, stress levels died down, and we were good.

I still can’t get into my doctor for a few weeks, and I’m not sure what this is, but eating less crap can’t hurt me. But at the same time, eating almost anything still causes it to happen, so what do I know?

128 Responses to “Trouble Breathing after eating?”

  1. Kelly O February 23, 2008 at 8:47 am #

    ARGH. I hope you feel better soon.

  2. Kathy February 23, 2008 at 10:54 am #

    Are you eating too fast? I get the same thing when I wolf down my food, regardless what it is.

  3. thordora February 23, 2008 at 11:01 am #

    not a scarfer, not usually. Plus, this lasts all day, not just for the time it takes to digest.

    I’m not really wanting to stop eating everything I eat. Not fond of that option.

  4. canadian_sadie February 23, 2008 at 11:48 am #

    If it’s just greasy foods, it may be a gall bladder thing.

    If it’s grainy carbs–how do you do with rice and pasta? You may want to consider getting tested for celiac disease. Gluten allergies can sprout up willy-nilly at any age, and make you feel like absolute crap. Most of the time though, people just feel crappy for a long time because doctors (although much better now!) still don’t always consider or even think of a gluten allergy.

    Either way, I hope you feel better soon.

  5. bine February 23, 2008 at 5:40 pm #

    feeling bloated after eating fatty foods is not uncommon, but the breathing? hummmm … your bloated stomach may be pressing on your thoracic diaphragm, causing you difficulties in breathing. i’ve never heard that, but i guess it would be possible.
    could you try to rule out single foods by leaving them out? i guess just leaving anything fatty, crappy or starchy out doesn’t leave you with much options. try starting with a few especially crappy things, maybe you can reach a stage you can live with until you see your doc. maybe you just need an enzyme supplement to aid your digestion to break those hard-to-digest things down.
    hope this passes soon. not being able to breathe right sucks.

  6. jen February 23, 2008 at 6:11 pm #

    babe, an ulcer at 12? that makes me want to cry.

  7. thordora February 23, 2008 at 7:25 pm #

    Yeah Jen….nothing like a little repressed anger and grief to rot out your gut. Things had been stressful around then. The barium swallow was the worst part. I REALLY hope I don’t need to do one of those.

    But mostly, I’m beginning to believe I’ve always had issues, which haven’t been helped by a raging cola habit, and a lazy detour towards crappy food. Most of that started around that age. Something is going on with mah belleh….

    It’s not just greasy food-it’s all food it seems. I’m fine in the morning until I eat. The zantac however doesn’t help. So I don’t know. I do know that it got worse when drinking coffee today.

  8. Nat February 23, 2008 at 8:09 pm #

    I would go to an after hours clinic to see if they can refer you to someone in the meantime…. 😦

  9. thordora February 23, 2008 at 8:25 pm #

    hahahaha. Last time I did she listened to me breathing and said “go to the ER”.

    It’s not terrible at this point-annoying, but if I stay clear of weirdness, it’s ok. Anything not involving nearly having panic attacks is ok by me.

  10. Jennifer February 23, 2008 at 10:35 pm #

    Um. When I was having hernia issues, I was also having breathing issues. Basically because my stomach had herniated into my chest, it was crowding out my lungs, which made it very hard to breathe. For me, I threw up a lot, as it felt like the food was stuck part way down in my chest, and a balloon was blowing up there. However, there were times when there was just pressure in my chest and it was hard to breathe.

    At first, they thought it was gallbladder, then they did a barium swallow and found 80% of my stomach in my chest cavity.

    • Katie May 24, 2011 at 4:16 pm #

      How did they fix it? i think i may have something similar

  11. Jennifer February 23, 2008 at 10:35 pm #

    Oh, and everyone has different reactions to a hiatal hernia. Some people get major heartburn, I didn’t. Most people didn’t throw up. I did. I’m speshial.

  12. thordora February 23, 2008 at 11:05 pm #

    yes. You are. πŸ™‚

    I’m hoping it’s nothing more than being over weight. But since I’ve only gained maybe 5 pounds from the Lithium after being the same weight for the last 2 years, I doubt it.

  13. Di February 25, 2008 at 12:24 am #

    I’m not a doctor – disclaimer.
    It could be acid reflux – I go through scary pain/breathing difficulty after eating absolute crap, and that’s what it is. You’d still need to get tested. But basically, eat less crap, eat less pop, have less reflux.

  14. thordora February 25, 2008 at 9:03 am #

    yeah DI, we’re coming to the same conclusion. Which SUCKS.

  15. Candy February 25, 2008 at 10:50 am #

    Still sounds like gall bladder to me.

  16. thordora February 25, 2008 at 11:05 am #

    I have almost no abdominal pain though. I remember Nat having problems with hers, and she’s be in HUGE amounts of pain, for no explicable reason.

    We’ll see what happens.

  17. Carrie March 6, 2008 at 12:15 am #

    I have this same problem!!! i actually just ate mcdonalds and am having trouble breathing im not overweight at has to be all the crap in the mcdolands and bad food thats causing it (DOnT ASK me why i eat it lol)

  18. John March 9, 2008 at 1:29 am #

    I have the same difficulties as described above. In the morning I’m fine, but as soon as I drink or eat something I have difficulty swallowing as though my mouth were very dry. I also get the sensation something is either lodged in my throat or chest. I recently had an upper endoscipy where they found a small nodule in the lower part of my stomach, but I find it hard to believe that this could be the problem.

    I too felt that consuming a lot of diet coke may be the root of the difficulties I’m having, but I have laid off the beverage for just over a year now and I’m still having the same problems.

    What’s the procrdure used to identify if you have a hernia? And how would the gallbladder have any affect on breathing and swallowing as mentioned? If anyone has any solutions to this problem, your suggestions are GREATLY appreciated.


  19. vanessa March 20, 2008 at 9:30 pm #

    i too have this problem every time i eat heavy i cant breathe i dont get im 27 and this never happened to me before this jsut started happening when i turned 22 this sucks boy it seems like the old you get the worse things be come

  20. jerry June 9, 2008 at 3:03 am #

    I got the same trouble. I get bloated after cooked meals, raw peppers, fizzy drinks, too much Coffee or tea. I don’t throw up or have any acid, no trouble at the other end, it seems to only be in breathing. I’ve been on Inhalers for years for Asthma and they can help a little bit but not a lot. The breathing can get me a little concerned on odd occasions as I might feel faint. I can go out, do some training on my Bicycle and the breathing improves as I go. Maybe the stomach empties slightly to give more room for my lungs but if it was Asthma then the breathing would get worse as I went along.
    People are strange!!

  21. Jamieo July 19, 2008 at 8:04 pm #

    Hey, jsut had something similar to what my sister and mum describe as an asthma attack after eating a couple of bacon sandwitches. I’m slowly getting my breath back by the way so Im ok! I’d say the bloatedness iss quite common and could be the result of many things. But the trouble breathing sounds like what I get. Since about this time last year iv notaced after eating/drinking certain foods such as meat, sugar, cheese and milk i get an excessive amount of mucus that blocks my throat this is also accompanied by a wheezy (sometimes painful) chest and alot of coughing. Never been to the doctors about it cause its so hard to get an appointment and its never been that bad that i feel unsafe, but I think after what I have just experienced now I will try get an appointment this week. Get it checked!

    • Rhonda Parks June 2, 2013 at 2:52 am #

      I am having the same problem. It seems to be getting worse, especially with carbs or sugar which I try to avoid. It is so bad that my chest is so heavy and it makes it difficult to go to bed at night because lying down makes it harder to breathe. I tried allegra-D, Claritin, and antacids but doesn’t seem to help.

  22. Jamieo July 19, 2008 at 8:10 pm #

    Ps. Oh and chocolate that sets it off badly!!

    Pps. WATCH OUT FOR ASPERTAIN! Its found in diet coke etc and citric fruit juices such as Robinsons. It is well known to trigger asthma attacks etc.

  23. Jamieo July 19, 2008 at 8:35 pm #

    Actually, im not sure if its aspertain… help anyone?

  24. matt July 22, 2008 at 12:20 am #

    I’ve been having this problem for a long time. Every time I swallow, I clear my throat for a while. That’s just soup…solids catch, and I hack them up. I always feel dehydrated, and my saliva is very thick in the back of my throat. My stomach is worse…if I even drink water, I get heartburn. I can feel slightly better by “cracking” the area behind my sternum…sometimes. Strangely, I have no problem eating if I’ve had enough alcohol… I often feel bloated right under my ribcage, and have a tough time belching. I get the thick mucus, which even gave me anxiety attacks for awhile, but the attacks have lessened (the mucus has been slightly diminished by corticosteroids from an allergist.) I still hawk up about a half a soda can daily. Thoughts?

  25. Tom Sucks August 5, 2008 at 10:16 am #

    Wow, it looks like google returns this blog for a lot of searches, mine (for my girlfriend) was [after drinking coffee trouble breathing], because she claims to have trouble breathing after drinking coffee. Now I’ve come to a good conclusion: you all need to see your respective doctors. And so does she.

  26. juejuedrops September 10, 2008 at 11:12 am #

    Im new and im scared cos Its happening to me right now. Ive been to the doctor so many times in the past few weeks i feel like moving in, ive had every blood test imaginable and urine samples they now say if it carries on Il have to have an endoscopy quite frightened cos Ive never even been in hospital before. my breathing is so bad at the moment but im in work trying to take my mind off it. I can eat ok but still feels like food is in my throat and chest about an hour after i eat. Im sorry you are going through so much trouble and I truly sympathise I hope that you can get it sorted, I hope we both can. x

  27. Dustin September 19, 2008 at 6:55 pm #

    Hey. I’ve had the same problems within the past year. I’ve gone to the doctors on numerous occasions and all they could draw up was panic attacks and anxiety. I have the same breathing problem after eating fatty foods, actually almost anything. The past few days have been pretty bad as I can’t breathe all day before and after I eat. It’s beginning to be a pain, and I’d rather not go to the doctor again with no health insurance to be told it’s panic attacks again.

  28. nancy121368 September 28, 2008 at 7:53 pm #

    I suffer from ibs c it seems the symptoms change all the time. the past week , same thing, so bloated underneath my sternum, i cant breathe and god forbid you suck your stomach in- out in public like most girls do, i have to catch my breath and pant as soon as the moment is over for which i did this, because meanwhile im shallow breathing. i wish i knew if this were just another chapter in my ibs journal of pain in the ass living or if i should look psychotic and ask doc for an upper gi. uggh I hear ya squawkin brothers and sisters!!!!!! Arent there any nosy g.i. docs online??? premed perhaps??

  29. John October 14, 2008 at 1:40 pm #

    Wow Matt, it’s like you’re me typing up my “symptoms”. Anyway I decided to try a google search just for the hell of it to see what came up. I googled “trouble breathing after eating” and I was kind of expecting an answer to do with greasy deep fried foods causing the problem.

    Anyway, I know it sucks to hear and it’s hard to accept, but some of the posters here (myself included) have to accept that it’s due to anxiety and panic. I’m sure you’ve gone to your doctor and they suggested the possibility of stress but you just shrugged it off like I did.

    Like Matt said in his post, I too have no problems when I drink alcohol. I’m guess it’s because being drunk pretty much relieves stress, which sucks because it’s become my crutch for anxiety inducing situations.

    My 2 cents…

  30. thordora October 14, 2008 at 1:51 pm #

    I don’t know about anyone else, but the one thing I DON’T get when anxious is trouble like this. This latest episode has now last 6 days I think, and seems to have been triggered by something dairy.

    And all the Ativan in the world doesn’t work. I’m willing to try anything to make it stop, anxiety or not, as many people are. Anxiety just isn’t always it.

  31. Cinna November 11, 2008 at 1:52 am #

    Yeah, I’ve been having a lot of trouble breathing for the passed few months, myself. I googled the problem and came up with this page. Surprise, surprise, right?

    Anyway, I’m loathe to go into ER, but I wound up having my husband take me in anyway. When I went in, my heartrate was 165bpm. Now THAT was anxiety (coupled with the fact that I’d had radiation over my heart 7 years ago). I know what anxiety is and the breathing problems I went in for were not 100% due to anxiety. At any rate, they admitted me, gave me 1001 tests (they even tested my lungs THOROUGHLY) and still came up with anxiety. They said all tests were clear. However, now I’ve been waking up gasping every once in a while. 😦 This cannot be anxiety. I have a feeling that whatever it is, it’s about 60% this mysterious ailment and 40% anxiety. However, anxiety meds do not seem to help.

    Neither does liquor, btw. :-p

    My breathing problems seem to be stimulated by the food I eat, as well. When I’ve not eaten, all is fine! However, I don’t feel any swelling. I’m also not overweight. Haven’t gained much at all in the passed few years, soo… wth is going on?? 😦

  32. alex November 20, 2008 at 3:51 pm #

    it is sort of a relief to know i am not alone . i have all the same symptoms and no clue what it is. i am very athletic and while engaged in physical activity i do not have any problems its when i want to relax after dinner or watching tv after linch or behind the wheel i start feeling the symptoms what is it???

    • Nick September 18, 2015 at 4:44 am #

      I am also same as you. Have you recovered from it? What is your status now?

  33. Joseph December 4, 2008 at 1:59 pm #

    I am having this problem for the last 10 years. following any meal, I will not be able to do anything, I feel that my lungs are closing and even feel like fainting unless I stop and stay still for a minute or so.
    This issue started back in 1998 when I started to take medicine for high blood pressure (Bisoprolol fumirate 5 mg) I don’t know if it has anything to do with, but I suspect that. the Drs say No !!??
    Consulting too many Dr, each one had different theory, I went to do ALL heart tests, including stress ECG, again the heart is good. OK, so why I can not do enything after a meal?? this last until all food are digested.
    even if I speak fast I will suffer !!
    The help from anyone is highly appreciated.

  34. Mergirl1 December 7, 2008 at 6:43 pm #

    So, I too have been experiencing trouble breathing after eating and also some other weird seemingly unrelated symptoms and after doing much research I have found these two sites to be helpful. One that talks about Hypophosphatemia is this link
    And the other that talks about hyperventilation syndrome is this.
    Read the hyperventilation one first (that is where I found the other word as a symptom and looked it up later)
    The hyperventilation is related to anxiety and panic attacks (which I have regularly) and the phosphate thing can be related to many things one of which is drinking alcohol (which I do too). I think I have self diagnosed my problem to be a mix of both, and I can now blame some of my anxiety on this too, although I’m sure sometimes the anxiety comes first. They both sound a bit strange at first and unrelated but keep reading and see if it helps. I hope it does!

  35. DeeD December 12, 2008 at 11:36 pm #

    I have this problem too- its probably your gallbladder. Do some research you’l fine most naturopaths urge against gallbladder removal and for good reason. Try a digestive enzyme called Betaine Hydrochloride, also you should comsume apple juice w/ of apple cider vinegar daily before each daily meal and before you go to sleep. I get immediate relief from the bloating and chest pressure w/ this regimen. This problem is a wakeup call ,steer clear of all the crap food out there, get off the crap food for a few weeks-then get yourself a wonder meal at one of the burgers joints fries pop all of it-you will feel like such S$#@ you will never ever let that c rap past your lips again-Swear!

  36. almouthes January 7, 2009 at 5:37 pm #

    hi ive suffered from massive problems with being able to breath docters all being useless the usual anxiety panic attacks blah blah blah it ended up that i made the connection with food and stopped eating to see if this would help which it did until i got an ulcer again no help with docters they decided i was anorexic in desperation i paid alot of money and saw an allergy doctor on the off chance, he was great within 5 minutes he said if the symptoms improve when you dont eat you have a food allery, by this time i knew i had also become allergic to face and body products aswell and had always had a congested nose anyway i envoked on a 4 day rotational stone age diet and guess what 99% improvement the only time i have short breath is before my period i have no idea why but i dont know how i coped with it on a daily basis 365 days a yr the diet took time as i was sensitised to lots of foods but slowly i healed go to an allery doc in the mean time no coffee fizzy sweets bread gluten milk products and nothing processed at all so nothing you havent made yourself no stock cubes or gravy no msg and no sulphates found in dried fruits lastly no tea as this contains one of the highests concentrations of nickle which lots of people are allergic to hope this helps

    • joel November 25, 2012 at 6:00 am #


  37. Nicolaus January 8, 2009 at 2:35 pm #

    Glad to see this post going after almost a year! I too found this via a Google of my symptoms. Yes, everybody here is experiencing the same thing I have. And like everybody else it seems that 1) the issue is strongly linked to Anxiety and 2) I’m in denial over that fact. I’ve found that exercise helps; maybe because it relaxes me.

  38. Cris January 8, 2009 at 4:50 pm #

    I just came across this blog page and this is the first I have heard of someone you has had this same problem It started around a year ago and I cant figure out why. It just came one night and it hasnt went away since. At times I feel ok, but other times, mostly at night I seem to have trouble breathing. It feels like something is laying on my stomach. Whenever I eat alot I also have trouble breathing. As much as I breathe in, it doesnt feel like Im getting enough air in my lungs. I have went to the Docter twice and I have no logical answer. I was hoping for an update and any input to these issues I seem to be having.

  39. almouthes January 8, 2009 at 5:24 pm #

    hi just to touch on the stress factor stress doesnt have to be psychological if you have chronic allergy this will cause you to be massively stressed without an emotional reason ( exercise will help with any type of stress)stress to the body drains the adrenal system which then unbalances hormones which inturn cause allergies to worsen all these thing have shortness of breath as a symptom and your doctor will not be able to identify any of this because they work for the pharmacutical industry and if you dont show up on a test for which you can be prescribed a drug then they become close minded to anything else. Chronic allergy also leads to leaky gut and a whole host of auto immune diseases and thyroid problems all have shortness of breath as possible symptoms i have had this problem with breathing for 17 years it ruined large patches of my life if i didnt have children i would have killed myself, after lung ts and asthma tests i even had my head xrayed to check my nasal bones! ive had inhalers relaxation exercises breathing exercises homiopathic meds i tried everything doctors convinced me it was all in my head and i thought i was mad for a long time but i wasnt the fact that my health has improved so dramactically is proof that anyone reading this blog should see an allergy doctor or at least go on the stone age diet for 2 wks see how you feel if there is the smallest improvement carry on you dont have to be so strict for ever, after a while you will soon find out which foods or substances are a problem doctors dont know everything they are only human. You know yourself if you are an anxous panic stricken type or if your inability to breath is the only reason you may be stressed if you do not get relieve from your doctor then explore every other avenue untill you find a cure love to all

  40. serendopeity February 16, 2009 at 4:21 pm #

    Heartburn is not normal. Believe me, I know – too late to do anything about it tho. I am an Esophageal Cancer Survivor. My cancer was caused by 2 factors. Being overweight and chronic heartburn. One of my symptoms was a problem breathing after eating, but it was nothing compared to what I feel now that my stomach or rather what is left of it, sits in my chest between my lungs. If I have scared you just a little – GOOD!. Please take a minute to have yourself checked out. EC, when caught early, as mine was can be cured. EC, when left untreated can be a killer. I am not trying to be a harbinger of bad news – I am dedicated to trying to make people aware of Esophageal Cancer and how it can be prevented. Take care of yourself.

  41. michael February 17, 2009 at 8:28 pm #

    man i am only twenty and i feel like death.. i wake up to to trouble breathing feel light headed hard to eat like throat is closing a lot through out the days but started only a few months ago what can i have?docter said its not asma or nothin showed up on xrays or blood test im guessing its a panic or anxiety attacks what do you think? what ever it is it is freakin brutal feels like death

    • markie March 5, 2009 at 7:07 pm #

      These are all reactions of chemical intolerance to something you’ve eaten. Doesn’t show up on regular allergy tests. Common triggers are wheat, dairy, soy, corn, MSG, BHT, food color or preservatives, and caffeine. Oh never mind the label – food manufacturers have many hidden names for these. Try eating nothing but veggies for 2-3 days and you’ll see what I mean.

      And forget the “but I never had a problem before” stuff. Foods are being tampered with in this country now whether or not you realize or believe it. It’s called profit, people.

      • thordora March 5, 2009 at 7:19 pm #

        I know mine is something to do with food, since I can narrow it down to certain things at certain places-like ice cream at McDicks-it flares up within minutes, faster than my lactose intolerance ever does…

  42. Jesse P February 27, 2009 at 10:19 am #

    Yup, same problem here with me!

    Actually, i had a severe shock (emotionaly, and maybe something else) in a hospital when i was given electrolyte for dehydration. But before that i think they gave me a different drug such as an anti-psychotic, cause i was leterally scared. Just imagine, there i was on vacation with my dad and sister and im thousands of miles away from my home in this complete scary hospital i was rushed by some complete strangers. Arriving there the doctors didnt understand a word i said as everyone only talked their country language. I was freakin out.

    By the time they injected me this thing in my arm and this misterious fluid going through my body. I started to get really anxious, and then all of a sudden my muscles behaved weird! It seemed that my muscles were contracting inward!! I was freaking out of my mind! I couldnt control them! they were moving by themselfs my fingers were curling in a tight fist! And by then my arms were bending inward, i saw my nails turning DEEP BLUE my whole body started shaking. I Screamed soo loud everyone must of heard it. GET IT OFF ME. I kept saying and saying again. The doctors took it off and i was shaking so voilently my sister was crying. It was my very first vacation i had and the worst aswell.

    When there was about 2 days left before departure, i was ill like and fragile like a 90 year old. I had a full host of symptoms i never had before. lightheadedness, palpitations, pressure in head, vision problems, feeling of congestion in chest area, breathing problems, excersise intollerent, even to not being able to lie down on my back! Withought feeling breathless and full of “malaise” feelings.

    When we finally got the chance to leave and get back home, everything seemed to be well for me. I ate a BIG plate of speghetti and chicken. The next day. Was probably as frightening to me as what had happened at the hospital. I caught some what of a bacteria and i (think) had tourista. My bowels were soo loose everything came out. It was to the point where only water was coming out of my body. i lost around 10 to 13 pounds of weight. And i was already very skinny for my age being 6 feet 3 at 135 pounds… i really hate taking meds. So i had to figure out another way to kill the bacteria. My grandma told me to drink the amidon from the cooked white rice. While my father bought me this high potent yoghurt formula. But i knew it wasent enough… I needed to get hydrated again i went to the pharma prix to get an electrolyte formula. Wich consists of a certain percent of water with orange juice and some salt. The pharmacist woman told me that i should go seek emergency, my eyes were caved in and i was a walking zombie with just bones holding me up. It was horrible.

    So as time passed by i eventually and miraculously i got better and gained back some weight but still underweight.

    So as of today (2009) i am here somewhat doing a lot better then before but know im plagued with this problem that hasent left me wich all comes down to Breathless.

    when i wake up i feel ok but as soon as i eat, bam it can take 10 minutes to 5 hours after the problem starts. Sometimes it may not even be the food that triggers it. it seems that during the night the problem is more persistant and its harder for me. It has been already a year im living like this. My life quality sucks. i cant even keep a job, nor go to school full time. Im here at home. While everyone out there is living there life. Im going to see an allergist specialist as mentioned above. And hope i find something. Thank you for reading. Have a nice day. And best of luck to anyone out there going trough simalar problems.

    Jesse P.

  43. caren March 8, 2009 at 3:15 am #

    I have had the same symptoms for almost 2 years. I have been tested and xrayed for every possible thing by an allergist, pulmonologist, cardiologist, and I am about to go back to the gastroenterologist. I was diagnosed with a hiatal hernia 6 years ago, so maybe that is it. I eat healthy, I don’t eat any junk, all I eat is fresh fruit and veggies and whole grains. No soda or artificial sweeteners. It starts with the first bite of food, I don’t have to eat a full meal. I have tried anxiety meds, which don’t help, I don’t drink or take drugs. I am a competitive athlete so I am in great shape. In fact, all of the doctors comment on my great lung capacity. The only other symptom is that I feel lightheaded when I exercise.
    When I am having the breathing problem, the only thing that helps me get air in is to bend forward. My internist said that is typical in cases of bronchospasm, but I never wheeze, and asthma and allergy meds have been no help. The only way to describe it is that it feels like my lungs do not have room to expand, and it is only when I bend forward that the pressure is relieved and I can take a deeper breath.

    • Maria A March 21, 2012 at 3:22 pm #

      This sounds exactly like me. If I eat ANYTHING at all, I can not breathe. I have been juicing almost all of my meals, and still I can not breathe. Did you ever get relief?

  44. caren March 8, 2009 at 3:26 am #

    I also have episodes of extreme itching without hives. It feels like my skin is too tight, and it is worst where I have stretch marks from pregnancy. It also itches badly on my sides. I have to put tegaderm bandages on the stretch marks to protect myself from the scratching. It is torture. I notice that this happens if I gain any weight. even 2 pounds. I don’t know if this is related to the breathing problem. I thought I was having food allergies causing both symptoms, but the allergist tested me and said no.

  45. Sue March 9, 2009 at 12:44 am #

    Wow! I can’t believe how many people have this problem. I am also fine when I get up in the morning. As soon as I eat , I cannot breathe well and lately I have extreme internal itching! It’s inside my body! It is maddening and I am miserable. I went through a series of doctors and tests about 5 years ago and no one knew what was wrong with me. I did discover however through testing that I have an issue with wheat but I experience the breathlessness and itching even when I don’t eat wheat. It is getting so that I dread eating yet I am always hungry; starving!

  46. Kel March 23, 2009 at 6:03 pm #

    I had the same problem for a long time. It was reflux. Treated the reflux and now it’s gone.

  47. Sean March 29, 2009 at 10:31 pm #

    I’ve had trouble breathing off and on for ten years, particularly at night, and particularly if I eat before going to bed. Feels like mucous sitting on my vocal chords constructing my airway. It gets much worse if I’m anxious.

    For me it turned out to be silent reflux. Google it and you will find it can present with no feeling of heartburn whatsoever, and can lead to apnea like symptoms, day or night. It is very common and often misundestood or not understood by doctors. It can cause anxiety, particularly as your body starts producing adrenaline when you have trouble breathing. I have found that anxiety does make the reflux worse also, but the acid is the root cause.

    Antacids reduce symptoms a bit, elevated sleeping helps for some ( haven’t tried it yet), and a sleep study verified that all symptoms went away with a CPAP machine.

  48. Becky March 31, 2009 at 6:45 pm #

    I don’t feel alone any more. I went to my pulmonologist yesterday because I felt like I couldn’t get enough air. I have chronic bronchitis and thought an episode might be coming on.
    He asked me if I had any heartburn or reflux lately and I said that I didn’t……just the feeling of my chest feeling heavy and lack of gettng enough air. He checked my pulse oxygen level and it was 98 out of 100.
    On the drive home from his office I remembered a severe episode that I had after eating green onion potato chips. I was up all night and miserable. I have a lot of stress going on in my life too with my father being extremely ill and my husband having a terminal illness.
    After reading your many posts I am going to try to eat what a site I checked out listed when I Googled “foods to avoid when having acid reflux.” I wish I had the link to paste here. I have never drank much tea until lately and on the list of no no’s was decaffeinated or caffeinated teas and coffees. I was making and drinking a lot of decaf sweet tea. Not any more!
    Good luck to everyone! This pressure is an awfully scary feeling.

  49. Dustin April 2, 2009 at 4:11 am #

    Excuse me for the spelling errors! It was around 9pm today on the first. I took a friend to Buffalo wild wings ordered their burger and a few wings plus a coke. I have had asthma for my life as well as a lot of other people have stated, but anyway I came straight home feeling fine just tired. Went into my room undressed and went to sleep… mind you by the time I got home it was 11.30pm . After two and half hours of sleep, I wake up to a pressed breathing problem enough to wake me. I get up feeling like hell, stomach was hurting, chest was short on breath, and to top it off i to have had recent panic attacks due to other things. Hoping that it is just the food(cause really I hope it is) this is the first time I have ever felt this bad in my life after eating. Still feel bad as of now, but reading this makes me feel a bit better! I guess I should start to take it easy even if i’m only 21 right now πŸ˜› I really hope this subsides and I can go to sleep with no worries and the best of luck to everyone else.

  50. Meno MS April 20, 2009 at 3:09 am #

    I have the same symptoms too. I was told that it is due the the acid reflux that swells the esophagus. It squeezes the lungs that make you feel that you can breath properly. Fatty foods make your stomach to produce more acid.

  51. Lucy lu April 20, 2009 at 5:22 pm #

    Hi… I don’t know if mines related to eating as I feel like this constantly and I actually don’t eat a lot at all, but I feel awful 😦 I’ve had a right pain below my right rib cage for about a month now. I’m used to having health problems but lately I’ve been unable to breathe, and it’s that feeling that scares me. I didn’t see a link between the two before, but after going to the doctor’s who told me the pains in my gall bladder, I realised that the two could be related. I ended up in A&E at the weekend and she said it’s not my asthma, something I already knew as it’s such a bizarre and unique feeling. I’m not breathing heavily like I do when I’m having an asthma attack. I actually feel like I’m not breathing and that I’ll just pass out and die! It’s very odd. I don’t ever stress about my health as I generally have something wrong, but I’ve been told that I could be stressed without knowing that I am and that it’s my body responding to it? I don’t know really, as I think there probably is a link between the pain in my gall bladder and the breathing, and the breathing definitely causes me stress. I’m currently studying abroad, so I’m without my family and friends, and I worry about having to go into hospital out here. I ignored the advice of the nurse to stay at home, and I flew back out here. I regret it now, as I’m going to have to spend yet another night trying to keep busy as I can’t sleep with this breathing problem 😦

  52. Bill April 23, 2009 at 5:11 am #

    I have to say that most people here have the same symptoms as me.
    I think it is a blockage in my Gallbladder thats trapping gas and causing pressure high in the area of my upper abdomen and causing asthma like symptoms. For awhile I thought I had asthma. But I soon found out bending and stretching and forcing the movements of the gas through my body and releasing it instantly making my breathing alot better. When this first started I went hours with these asthma symtoms. And it was very worrisome. But really just some situps some bending made the gas move through. I am still going through this because im not insured. Im starting to pay more attention to the things I eat. Eating things that are healthy for my gallbladder.
    I have lump in my stomache thats not very noticeable. maybe you do too.
    Lay on your back lift your legs slighlty in the air and lift your head up like your doing a crunch and take one hand and look for a lump in the center of your stomache above your belly button.

    Dont overlook the gallbladder. Also people who worry, plan, stress and have anxieties are more likely to have these gallbladder symptoms.

  53. Christina May 28, 2009 at 8:39 pm #

    I have been having these symptoms too..and glad to hear I’m not alone.

    I don’t have a gallbladder anymore though.

    When I have gone to a doctor they run all the tests and see I’m not having a heart attack..duh.

    Thanks for the posts.

    • Robert June 4, 2009 at 2:24 pm #

      Very similar symptoms as well, though wondering if anyone can help out here. I was diagnosed with LPR
      or Laryngopharyngeal reflux, which the doctor said is causing my difficulty in breathing. I really have an apnea-like feeling where if feels as if the problem is around my throat as if my throat is consticted..always have difficulty breathing after drinking alcohol and after lifting objects above my head or even turning my neck or moving my body in certain ways, can’t play with my son.
      Taking off my shirt in a specific way will induce the symptoms as well..I also have difficulty swallowing (10 years now) though these are my only symptoms..can anyone relate?

      Thanks Much,

  54. George June 7, 2009 at 4:53 am #

    I’ve had this problem sometimes in the past, and only lasted a couple of days maximum. Now I’ve been having it for a week. Sometimes when I wake up in the morning I don’t feel bloated, but other times I do.

    It all started when I caught a cold because of the air-condition. The next morning I could hardly breathe. From that time I was feeling like having a balloon inside my stomach every time after eating.

    I noticed that venting gas really helps, but it seems more difficult to achieve with the bloating.

    If you feel really suffocating try sitting down, bend your torso forward and try breathing in through your nose and out through your mouth.

    Don’t worry, things will improve!

  55. Wes June 17, 2009 at 2:43 pm #

    I’m having alot of the issues that are posted here. I’m just now relating it to when I eat. I was fine this morning, a customer came to our office, we went to lunch, he bought me a steak and now I feel like I can’t catch my breath. Constantly half-yawning and then a full yawn where I catch my breath. Pretty stressful…makes you think you are going to stop breathing all together which would not too good at all. I guess I need to see someone about it but I’m not real sure what kind of doctor to go to…suggestions?


  56. Jasmine July 24, 2009 at 3:34 am #

    Hi everyone,

    I am glad I am not the only one who si having the same symptoms. Doctors have not helped me yet and say they do not know many people suffering from this. I have visited ER couple of times and was never helped yet was always told to come to see ER whenver I feel these symptoms. I have breathing difficulties during/after eating solid foods, spicy foods and cold foods/liquids. The same symptoms appear also after breathing cold air and singing for some time. From the experience, I gathered I can contribute with the following recommendations…

    Go and see a doctor and make sure there is no swelling/obstruction in your airways that would require immediate treatment!

    These symptoms may be connected to an underlying food or respir.allergy (gluten or other), gastro problem (GERD) or anxiety disorder (stress…). You can rule out resp.allergy (asthma) if symptoms do not improve after using antiasthma medication (bronchodilators/inhaled steroids). It is also good to try to exclude some food that may be the source of food allergy – most frequently being gluten and dairy products (at least for a month). You can also keep a diary to record your symptoms, food and life circumstences…to identify some pattern that can help you to see what triggers your symptoms. Secondly, you can undergo some tests to rule out GERD (X-rays with barium swallow test, gastroendoscopy) – those procedures are somewhat invasive and so it may be helpful to try to follow some diet to decrease the heartburn and try some medication(protoninhibitors or prokinetics) that reduces heartburn – after counselling your doctor. Such diet excludes spicy food, alcohol, coffein (coffee, chocolate, energy drinks..), white flour (white rolls, bread…), simple sugars (sweets, sweet drinks-coke…), heavy fats …and eating food in small portions five to six times a day. Thirdly, anxiety can also lead to an incread production of gastric acids…and heartburn. In that case, try to practice yoga, meditation, breathing excercises…and stress management techniques. If you are really suffering from true anxiety then you may have other symptoms present as well (agitation, increase heart beat, sweating, lump in your throat…breathing difficulty…) and you will probably experience breathing difficulty at other times than during eating…after eating.

    In summary, consult your doctor and be active yourself as well by engaging yourself in healthy life style habits. Plus, symptoms are simply a reflection of some deeper issue that you need to address in your life – try to identify stress in your life and solve it.

    Good luck and hope you are all well soon.

  57. DIANA August 12, 2009 at 12:19 pm #

    HEY EVERYONE, hope everyone is getting better… I have had the same problem as all of you!!! if not more, im only 27 years old…but mine started with stress i believe… stress can cause many many medical problems!! stress caused me to have acid reflux, which caused swallowing problems, which now has caused my breathing difficulties!! I smoke which doesnt help, but i havent been able to breath for aprox 6 months without yawing to help get a full breath! people always assume im tired because im always yawing!! Anyways.. i recently got a massage done and found my self very uncomfortable lying on my stomach, i was breaking out in a sweat because i needed to breath!! i have found that even when i wear tight pants as soon as i eat i feel like i need to get them off!! now im only a skinny person but all of a sudden i look 6 months pregnant!!! today i decided not to eat anything i could have a intolerance to, so no milk (no coffee 😦 ) no bread etc… and for the first time, i dont look pregnant, and i can breath better!! (not 100%) but 70% better!! I have seen every doctor but no help!! I would like to recommend something to all of you though… and i will write this in caps! WHEN I FIRST HAD MEDICAL PROBLEMS BUT NONE OF THESE SYMPTOMS, I DID 6 MONTHS OF INTENSIVE RESEARCH, I CAME ACROSS A WEBSITE CALLED DIAGNOSE ME… I PAID APROX 60 DOLLARS I THINK AND FILLED OUT A QUESTIONER TEST ABOUT MYSELF THAT WENT ON FOR WAT SEEMED A DAY!! I GOT A 75 PAGE REPORT BACK WHICH SUGGESTS ALOT OF THINGS I SHOULD GET TESTED FOR AND POSSIBILITIES OF THINGS I COULD HAVE FROM THE SYMPTOMS I HAVE SUGGESTED… IT IS LOOKED AT BY MANY DOCTORS AND SPECIALIST THEN THEY SEND THE REPORT… IT WAS ONE OF THE BEST MEDICAL REPORT I HAVE EVER SEEN… I WOULD HAVE GLADELY PAID THOUSANDS FOR IT!! I NOW LOOK BACK AT IT AND NOW MAKES ALOT OF SENSE DUE TO THE SYMPTOMS IM HAVING!!! PLEASE PLEASE FIND THE TIME TO DO THIS TEST AS NOT ONLY WILL IT GIVE YOU PIECE OF MIND BUT MAYBE SOME ANSWERS… IM NO DOCTOR BUT I KNOW FIRST HAND WAT IT FEELS LIKE TO WANT ANSWERS!! PLEASE FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME IF YOU DO IT AS I WOULD LOVE TO SEE HOW YOU ALL ARE GOING… BEST OF LUCK EVERYONE πŸ™‚

  58. fezinha September 14, 2009 at 9:58 pm #

    my friend is having this problem and he used the inhaler for ashtma. it really helped.

  59. Freak Unique October 16, 2009 at 7:15 pm #

    Googled symptoms and here I am! Very stressed from divorce lasting one year and really missing husband. My little girl is with him every other week and I am super depressed. Acceptance setting in, but strange symptoms of trouble breathing after eating, stomach pain, anxiety… fatigue and then the most bizarre which has happened since I was a child, but forget until it happens again… Fall asleep and can’t breathe, can’t wake up but am still awake. Wow. Scary. I did have stomach problems as a result of my parents divorce when I was three that came on as a teenager. I hope everyone feels better.

  60. Russell October 19, 2009 at 9:46 pm #

    Suffering from the same thing. I have done A LOT of research on this in the past few months and will take the time to tell you what I found, I really hope it will help the readers here.

    I also think we should start a yahoo group or something to stay in touch and interact with information.

    Basically in my case I can with 95% probability point this to a girl I had started dating. We kissed, had sex, etc.. After that everything went downhill. She was from Africa and I am pretty sure I got some kind of a gastrointestinal infection from her. I have been to ER a number of times now with the same symptoms everyone is describing but doctors don’t seem to have a clue what is causing it.

    Now many doctors have told me too it was stress. I understand stress can cause these classical wheezing symptoms, as one doctor told me. However, in our case this is a easy way out for a doctor, we are obviously reacting to foods.

    I have been checked by allergy and asthma specialists. The first one found that my throat was really constricted but that lungs “were fine”. That I guess ruled out asthma.

    After I had contact with this girl for the first time a couple of weeks later I started getting a host of intestinal symptoms: any kind of sugars would get my intestine feeling hot and giving me lots of hot gas. That lasted for a week or two. Then I had a terrible fever for a couple of days and the wheezing/difficulty breathing after meals started. After just about anything I ate.

    It is my understanding that I contracted some sort of a bacteria/virus/something by kissing or by sexual contact from her. I am 25 and as I see many people develop these symptoms in their 20s and I believe they pick it up from a partner. Thus I would suggest to all of you to try to recollect if at the time all this started if you were dating anyone new. This girl by the way despite being in perfect shape was for some odd reason always very serious about eating healthy. So anyway the doc told me people start to feel worse as they get old. I told him people don’t get old in one week. He sent me to get evaluated for stress and like 2 other docs, put me on acid-reducing PPI medication which didn’t do jack to help me. There are actually some studies suggesting they can damage your intestine.

    Anyway what I believe happened was you pick up this bacteria (some bacteria can pass on by kissing someone, e.g. h.pylori which then in turn invade your intestines and cause ulcers). They don’t warn you about these “sexually transmitted diseases”. This is more prevalent in developing countries but is obviously going around in the developed world too to a certain extent. So this bacteria (could be h.pylori or something else) basically causes ulcers (sometimes too small to be visible through an endoscopy) and what happens then is INTESTINAL PERMEABILITY. Basically in my case I believe whenever I eat sugar it gives an easy source of energy to this culture and it starts producing excess acids that basically burn through your intestinal protective mucous layer and put holes in your intestine which like I said are not really visible through an endoscopy as I had one. I also started getting bloating that I had never had before.

    When you have holes in your intestine and you eat anything, food particles (or undigested proteins that are not broken down into essential amino acids), bacteria, and what not can get directly into your bloodstream. Basically if it is an undigested food protein it gets to your liver and your liver say: “wait a minute, what are you doing here, I am supposed to be seeing a digested amino acid, not a whole food molecule”. Then you get an immune reaction: your body starts to fight food particles in your bloodstream. Basically when people with this condition eat it’s like chewing up food, putting it in a syringe and injecting it in your blood. Food particles (molecules) don’t get digested and cause an immune reaction, including DIFFICULTY BREATHING and some other symptoms like what people described above.

    Allergy tests will not help you out here. You may not have food allergies. It’s just that food is not supposed to be in your bloodstream that’s causing the problem.

    Look up a condition called “leaky gut” and go from there. I just joined a yahoo group called leaky gut

    You should join too so we can discuss all this. Good luck

  61. Russell October 19, 2009 at 9:48 pm #

    Oh yeah one thing I forgot to mention: I told the doc I thought I had intestinal permeability or damage to the intestine. He said “but when you get damage to your intestine you get a high fever”. I said “you mean how long?”. He said “temporarily”. So there you have it.

  62. Bubble girl October 19, 2009 at 10:01 pm #

    It is so refreshing to hear all of these posts because I have had very similar symptoms to all of you on this site…..and I have been miserable since July 2008 after the first symptoms. I feel like I shouldn’t be feeling this way when I am only 25 years old. My initial symptom was tightness in my throat and difficulty breathing after eating a few bites of a Subway sub (which I eat all the time with same ingredients)…lasted all afternoon, rest of the night, got no sleep, went to ER they told me I had some piece of food stuck in my throat (MORONS). Seemed to go away for a week then happened again except this time along with fatigue, muscle weakness, and general difficulty breathing, which was terrifying and did not go away all day until waking up the next day.

    Gradually over time, I am now symptomatic every day, including light-headedness and EXTREEEME bloating and weird weird belching either right after eating lunch and dinner, or hours after, not usually in the morning.
    Basically I have had every test under the sun, including cardio stress test with holter monitor, pulmonary function for asthma, prescribed anxiety meds, barium swallow, upper endoscopy/biopsy, stomach emptying test, pH probe test, pelvic/abdominal blah blah blah….no one can determine anything except that I have all these allergies (environmental and food allergies) that I didn’t know about. I get shots every week for the environmentals, and avoid all the foods (including milk protein so all dairy products, all nuts, oranges, chocolate).

    I have a lot of symptoms immediately after drinking wine and now beer too…as well as hard cider I tried recently had immediate symptoms of difficulty breahting, felt like I was gonna pass out and lightheadedness and throat closing feelings, usually i take a benadryl and/or anxiety med cuz at least it calms me down and eventually it goes away. I am questioning a yeast intolerance, as it is in TONS of different foods, including all alcohols, ciders, anything fermented, breads, all condiments (vinegar) and anything containing sugar feeds yeast. My gastroenterologist doesnt agree, and states he doesn’t hear of much research to support it. Anyone know anything about this or have tried going yeast-free, or know anyone who found out they are yeast intolerant or allergic?? P.S. I was already tested for gluten intolerance/celiac disease…..everything negative.

    I hope everyone else feels better, I feel all of your pain….it sucks not having answers and not having any doctors who can help 😦

  63. Crystal November 21, 2009 at 1:03 am #

    I have been in and out of the ER for the last 2 months. My first reaction was difficulty swallowing. Then my heart went into a panic. I felt like my body was being seperated from my soul. I told my husband “get me to the hospital and get me there now or you are going to lose me.” When I got there my blood pressure was 187/154 and my heart was 155 bpm. They hooked me up to an EKG and all was okay with my heart. After that experience everytime I ate…it felt like food was going down the wrong pipe. I am still always hungry, however I don’t eat very much and I am not losing any weight. Lately, my breathing rhythm goes shallow and it seems the lights start dimming on me. I have went to the hospital 6 times now. I was having problems with my GI tract as well. All the ER hospitals have stated that it is anxiety all because that is on my chart and they associate all the symptoms with that condition. I am frustrated because I feel like the anxiety is secondary to what I am experiencing. They have done blood tests and everything seems normal.

    Lately, just sitting or being in an area where I feel like I can’t get enough air throws my breathing out of rhythm and I feel like I am not getting any oxygen. My chest will start getting that tachy feeling again and my rt part of my chest hurts. Last time I went to the doctor they told me that my body was fighting off a virus that they didn’t know what it was. I feel like my body is not digesting my food properly like it should. I noticed that a lot of you are young like me. I am 27 years old. I start to get weird sensations in my arms and legs, numbing and jelly feelings. I am tired of people telling me that it is anxiety, I have had anxiety for 17 years and this is in a different ballpark then the norm.

    I miss my normal self. My heart is still tachy, I have trouble breathing all the time even after I eat now. I am waiting for my health insurance to kick in now that I owe over 20k to hospitals. I wait for the pain to subside…usually the fast rhythm of the heart and rt sided chest pain comes with the shallow breathing. I cannot imagine going years with this because it feels like my days are limited. This has caused stress in my relationship as well as with my family. I wish someone could help me…as I try to help myself. I am going to follow up with a GI specialist and Cardiologist. I am tired of going through so much. I am a fighter…but even a fighter has to take hits once in a while. If anyone can help me…it is appreciated. It seems the Drs. just don’t care to help anymore. I am embarassed to go to the hospital anymore, I can see their frustration.

    • Roz August 17, 2013 at 5:57 pm #


      I have the same symptoms and what I do is only eat veggies for a few days ( raw carrots). Yogurt and get some digestive enzymes from my chiroptractor. After a couple of days I am back to normal πŸ™‚

  64. Pam November 23, 2009 at 4:07 pm #

    Hi Everyone:
    I have had these same symptoms for almost 3 years now. It started out that every time I ate, after about 10 minutes I would get dizzy. At that time it seemed to be caused especially by burger and french fries (maybe the grease). This dizziness when I ate never happened at breakfast, sometimes at lunch and almost always at dinner.

    Over the past year though, it has changed to shortness of breath and has gotten really bad in the past few weeks. Yes, I have stress in my life like everyone else (in fact, I went to my doctor yet AGAIN for this and she wanted to prescribe anti-anxiety pills while I wait 3 months to get in to see a gastroenterologist specialist). I said no to the medication because like most of you, I know stress isn’t causing this, it’s eating.

    I don’t know if it’s specific foods that cause it, but lately I am waking up with shortness of breath, and anytime I eat anything, I am so uncomfortable and can hardly breathe (I yawn a lot just to get air). Sometimes after eating a lot I feel like I have a huge gas bubble in my chest that I can’t get out – I actually had my husband call 911 the other night because I had a panic attack when it was SO hard to breathe after eating a big dinner!

    My thought at this point until I see the specialist is that it is either Hiatal Hernia/Vagus Nerve Disorder or something related to my esophagus being irritated when I eat. My whole family has hiatal hernias but they all have different symptoms. I’ll repost once I get some results from the specialist – and in the meantime I’m going for a barium swallow this week – maybe I will find that 50% of my stomach is sneaking up into my lung cavity and maybe they can tell me what will help!! I hate feeling awful and short of breath ALL THE TIME!!

    Good luck to everyone…

  65. dude January 5, 2010 at 10:04 am #

    I am also having the difficulty breathing issue. I believe I either have GERD or a Hiatal Hernia. I have been having a lot of acid reflux prior to the breathing issues. My chest x-ray and EKG checkout good. One morning I just woke up and the breathing issue was there.

    I saw my doctor and he prescribed a generic prilosec to stop the acid reflux and he said to come back to see him in 3 weeks to see how it was working. I guess it takes time for the medicine to help heal the esophagus if the acid has done damage. He said that your esophagus gets inflammed and can make it difficult to breath so stopping the acid production with medicine helps it to heal. I also read that a Hiatal Hernia can make it difficult for you to breath when the stomach pushes up into your chest.

    I read that it takes 4 to 8 weeks for the medicine to heal your esophagus from GERD. I was also told to stay away from certain foods such as pasta or pizza sauce, garlic, spicy foods and high fatty foods. I have been eating healthy for now and it seems to help my breathing issues a lot. I still have a lump in my throat occasionally which I read was a symptom of GERD. Now keep in mind a Hiatal Hernia can cause GERD so you can possibly have both. A Hiatal Hernia can cause acid reflux which then in turn causes GERD.

    I guess I will just wait to see if the medicine helps. If it doesn’t help then I guess I will need to do a Barrium Swallow Test to see if I have a Hiatal Hernia or a endoscopy down the throat to see what the problem is. I hear a non-invasive surgery is available for Hiatal Hernia but most times its is not necessary for surgery. I guess you can fix the problem by taking the prilosec and not over eating.

    • Roz August 17, 2013 at 6:05 pm #

      My Chiropractor fixed my hernia…

  66. dude January 5, 2010 at 10:29 am #

    One more thing……..I have no stress in my life right now so I’m not have anxiety. Luckily my doctor isn’t trying to assume this is anxiety. Obviously having trouble breathing causing anxiety but the problem for me is started by what I am eating.

    If you are burping a lot and have acid reflux along with the difficulty breathing the obvious problems to start at would be GERD and Hiatal Hernia. Most doctors will do a chest xray and EKG to make sure youTell your doctor you want a generic prilosec and try it for 4 to 8 weeks. Also start avoiding certain foods that trigger burping or acid reflux. There is plenty of research.

  67. Stee January 7, 2010 at 10:59 pm #

    Yea I have narrowed down my night breathing issues to cheeze and icecream wine if I drink to much..The doc put me on a breathing machine but I could not tollerate it so I started looking for a cause. I am not over weight and I am healthy but if I eat cheeze or icecream I have breathing problems..

  68. Elle February 25, 2010 at 5:28 pm #

    I have the exact same thing as the poster. I will eat a lot, then later find it hard to breathe. Drinking decaf tea sometimes helps.

  69. kanne June 25, 2010 at 7:36 pm #

    I just moved to a paleo-kind of diet and am eating mostly fruit- plus some meat. I should be eating more veggies, but the fruit is always handier and tastier.

    Anyway, since I made the switch, I can’t breathe now, after I eat- usually I have just eaten fruit.

    I never had the problem before, and it follows directly on the heels of the dietary changes I’ve made.

    I will introduce grains again. I can’t eat real sugar anymore and I have a gluten intolerance so I am trial-and-error-ing my way through to find my best possible diet.

    Too much fruit- no good for me.
    Maybe someone out there can identify…

  70. Bob C October 31, 2010 at 6:20 pm #

    I have the same problem after eating high carb foods.

  71. chris January 3, 2011 at 6:57 pm #

    might be Gall bladder, diverticulosis,
    could be Lyme disease , where geographically are you?

  72. Aly October 23, 2011 at 10:53 pm #

    Oh my gosh, this is exactly what has been happening to me for the past few months. I’ve been researching like crazy trying to figure out what’s going on — been to the ER 5 times, my doctor twice, and just saw a gastroenterologist… NOTHING. It’s happening right now and I’m considering going to the ER again because I can only catch a good breath ever 3-5 minutes. I was fine all day, then I ate some peanut satay noodles and BOOM, haven’t been able to breath properly for about 3 hours now. My stomach is super bloated, especially right under my ribcage, where its most painful.

    This is definitely associated with eating.. I’m thinking it might be a hiatal hernia, though I don’t see how the docs couldn’t have suspected this in the first place. I’ve even given up wheat/gluten because I thought that was correlating with it, but i’ve been off the stuff for about a week and a half now and this is still happening.

    I’m 21 years old and I feel like my quality of life is dwindling. I can’t even sleep it off because it’s so hard to breath. I’ll let you all know if I find anything out.. for now, I’m just trying to make it to tomorrow.

  73. October 30, 2011 at 3:12 am #


    Lung diseases (THIS CAN BE A PULMONARY EDEMA, LUNG CANCER, PLEURISY ILLNESS OR MORE ILLNESS), Lyme disease, chronic sinus swelling, infection, post nasal drip, mold allergies, food and/or ANY type of allergies; and parasite heavy load and/or infections maybe a contributing cause for all of our hard-to-breathe before, after and during drink, eating or just going about our daily lives.

    A LOT of bad health issues stem from parasite overload and major infection:

    All paralyzing illness (outside of car, etc…accidents) stem from a parasite that sits in the
    lymphatic system. The United States Center for Disease control has a link that explains this. Lyme disease is usually found to have a parasite behind it and can be/may be linked to MS.

    Diabetes sufferers have a pancreatic fluke (large parasite(s)) sitting in their pancrea.

    Lung disease can be a lung fluke sitting in the lung and or a intestinal fluke(s) sitting int the intestinal tract or even from the brain, lungs, heart, etc. You name it. As parasites can sit anywhere in the body -ANYWHERE, and depending on the AREA IT INVADES – IS WHAT DISEASE IT IS CALL.

    Those who died from the cantaloupes last month (what it?) – LISTERIA (which is a PARASITE) common to form in fruits such AS CANTALOUPE most likely killed them…as LISTERIA is very fond of the brain…and goes into the brain and cause SWELLING OF THE BRAIN – THEN DEATH – IF NOT STOPPED…and it moves very quickly!!!

    I understand ever single person post here – as I too have the same problem, when it comes to difficulty breathing before, during and after every single meal, fluid intake or JUST BREATHING…I have dealt with major mold allergies…in which I JUST found out my place (I USED TO LIVE) had terrible mold infection…which I felt was happening for almost too years…and the place I Iived FINALLY DID ANOTHER MOLD TEST in the Petri Dish – and sure enough…THIS WAS THE ONSET OFF MY MAJOR BREATHING and swallowing ISSUE.


    1) Betaine HCI (Hydrochloride)
    2) Food, Digestive and Metabolic Enzymes (Digestive Gold from Enzymedica)
    3) Zapping (as Dr. Hulda Clarke so kindly and keenly stated-it helps to create OXYGEN
    within minutes…usually can see (scientifically) about 1/2 hour after zapping)
    4)P 90X any of the 13 DVD’s
    5)Michael’s 57 minutes Yoga (search on YouTube) under 57 minutes Yoga
    6) Primadophilus Intensive (by Nature’s Way)
    7) Activated Charcoal (by KAL, Nature’s Way or Solaray) (STOP MY SICK-TO-THE-STOMACH-FEELING)
    8) Clear Lung (by Ridgecrest)
    10) Headstart (cleans parasites out of the brain)
    11)C)OQ10 (Antioxidant)
    12) Chyrophyll (oxygen enhancer)
    13) Lymphatic Drain (by Nature’s Sunshine)
    14) Liver Cleanse (by Nature’s Sunshine)
    15) Lung Support (by Nature’s Sunshine)
    16) Food Gradable Powder Silica (by (OXYGEN)
    18) Kangen Water
    20) Fever Shower (hot, steamy shower – AS HOT AS I CAN STAND IT!.. for at least 45 minutes to an hour…which causes the body to open up and flush out toxins as you sweat)

    • October 30, 2011 at 9:44 pm #

      Facts Continued:


      It has IMMEDIATELY open my lungs…for ENORMOUS OXYGEN INTAKE!


      A Parasite Cleanse program TARGETING Candida Overgrowth
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  74. allana November 25, 2011 at 8:05 am #

    Wow, its so amazing to read all these posts. It makes me feel that Im not alone in this. For the past 2 years or so, ive been having shallow breathing every time after I ate. I put it down to scoffing my food so I changed my habbit and now its after ever meal :(. I have suffered from asthma as a child, but this is not asthma, my airway doesnt feel constricted, just that I can expand my lungs enough to get air in. I went for a gastroscopy today, thinking (hoping) i had a hiatus hernia (at least something treatable) but the doctor said it was completely normal. Im waiting for biopsy results. I hate it. I hate it so much. I get so uncomfortable, forever yawning trying to get a decent breath in. I dont feel that I suffer from anxiety, maybe I do? I get anxious at teh appropriate times; public speaking, doing an exam etc. But not after eating. I will go to the doctors to try and work out more answers cause seriously, there HAS to be an answer out there for all of our issues..

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      2) Lack of sleep causes me to have oxygen problem. (I try to get in bed before midnight)

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      4) Having tumors. I have fibroids. They are non-cancerous tumor, such as fibroids (as every month, fibroid steal blood in order to grow…it has its own veins, etc…)

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    I have had the same problem ever since I was a very little girl. I always thought it was normal because I never told my parents about it until now. I”m 16 now too. I got told to go to a hospital for it. Is this something that I should go get checked out?

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