Could Your Shortness of Breath Be Something Serious?

Shortness of breath

Yes, your shortness of breath could definitely be something serious!

If you get use to it over time it may not get much of your attention, but shortness of breath is NOT something you want to ignore.

Huffing and puffing a bit after climbing a flight of stairs may not seem like a reason to panic.

You’ve been doing it for years and it always goes away pretty quickly, so why worry, right?


Your Shortness of Breath could be something VERY serious!

An early sign of heart failure is shortness of breath.

Heart failure is frequently mis-diagnosed as asthma!

Heart failure is probably the most serious something you could worry about!

The world is facing an epidemic of heart failure for a lot of reasons.


One of the many reasons the world faces an epidemic of heart failure is that folks minimize their shortness of breath.

They scarcely notice that when they climb a flight of stairs it leaves them panting.

“Boy I’m out of shape.”

“You are getting older you know!”


Shortness of breath just doesn’t seem alarming enough to warrant your attention.

“I’m fine!  I don’t have time to worry about it.”

There just aren’t enough hours in the day!  Your “to do list” goes on and on, there’s just no stopping.


When you can’t breathe it WILL get your attention!

You are ready to call 911 and get some immediate help when you CAN’T breath!

Technically  speaking, you have 4 minutes until the proverbial shit hits the fan once you stop breathing, though when you …

… just … can’t … catch … your … breath …

Every second feels like forever!


But shortness of breath … you can almost ignore it!

Click on the link below and find out why that could be a very costly error!

Are You In Danger?


Many BLESSings,

Carrie Tucker, RCP

“The Life Breath Coach”

Heart Failure Solutions

PS-  Even if you don’t think you need to be concerned, continue reading to educate yourself about what you need to know.

4 thoughts on “Could Your Shortness of Breath Be Something Serious?

  1. Thank you for taking my question. My sister had surgery to remove the lower right lobe of her lung due to cancer on the 30th of June. They got all the cancer (thankfully) but when she went to recovery they gave her morphine (she had a thoracic epidural in for pain) and she ended up going into a coma, and not breathing. She survived. It has been a rough recovery and she is now home on 3 liters of oxygen, and can not go without as her blood oxygen goes down to 78 and they said she is not to be alone at all. Please share with me does this sound like it will resolve. Thank you

    1. Aloha Dee,
      Your sisters situation is very difficult.

      I’m happy to give you a complimentary strategy session.

      Just join the Life Breath Club and then reply to ANY email message from Heart Failure Solutions and put “Strategy Session” in the subject line.

      Many blessings,

  2. My Wife has several Health concerns, but last thursday we used an Oxymeter to gauge her O2 level. She tested at 56%. The next Day Oxygen was delivered. Now: She also suffers from Polymiositis. Can the Poly cause the low Blood Oxygen?. Could it be a different issue?. I have noticed in recent history several episodes of confused behavior as well as being very easy to anger….Could this be caused by the O2 level?.
    Until we do more tests; I was curious as to what we might be facing?.

    1. Aloha Ed,
      Sounds like your wife is facing a crisis.

      “Your Sacred Breathing Hand Book” can help, but she may need some personal attention to her care to really get her headed in the right direction. If I can offer further assistance, please just let me know!

      Many blessings,

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