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2/9/11 5:08 P

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I had similar, but less severe, problems today, with an even worse lot of kids. Pretty sure it's from shouting "wrong," combined with possibly not getting enough calories in my breakfast I have to teach myself how to bellow from my diaphragm again. Thanks guys.

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2/9/11 12:01 P

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Not too unusual. Sometimes (rare) I will get an attack if laughing too hard or yelling lots. It could have been something in the air at school, who knows. Hope you are feeling better!

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2/8/11 6:26 P

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It was just really weird to me, because I was a drama kid (and a natural belter) growing up and any asthma attacks I have from laughing always subside quick.I guess it's partly mind over matter.

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2/8/11 6:03 P

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I always tell my family "Don't make me laugh " ! It's a difficult thing for me, too.



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2/8/11 5:36 P

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Not specifically with shouting, but laughter can be a trigger. In fact, I was watching a movie last night and laughed so hard I started wheezing.

I've also read an article on WebMD about this sort of thing happening, so that's likely what happened to you.

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2/8/11 5:29 P

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So, I'm a substitute teacher and today I had to shout myself hoarse today to get some really rowdy kids to calm down. (I've been told that's typical behavior for the kids). I started having trouble breathing about an hour before school ended. In fairness, it was really hot in the classroom, and I was also all but running between two different classes at opposite ends of the very large school. Exercise is my main trigger.

I've never had this happen before, but it must be pretty common. Anyone else have issues with shouting yourself asthmatic? You find any ways around it?

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