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excessive yawning

Discussion in 'Autonomic, Cardiovascular, and Respiratory' started by xks201, Mar 29, 2013.

  1. xks201

    xks201 Senior Member

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    Does anyone else experience this? How about hot flashes?
     
  2. Crux

    Crux Senior Member

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    Hi;
    Yes I do...It's a low B12 thing in both cases for me...odd but true.
     
  3. L'engle

    L'engle moderate ME

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    I have excessive yawning sometimes. Other times I try to yawn but it doesn't work somehow. The inhale part of the yawn happens but then he exhale doesn't feel like it's doing anything, ie, not clearing out carbon dioxide etc. It's kind of annoying.
     
  4. lnester7

    lnester7 Seven

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    For me is Orthostatic intolerance, means I need to lay or raise my feet or time for my OI meds. Hot flashes for me is my sign of Vitamin D deficiency.
     
  5. angieishere44

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    I have both low B-12, low Vit-D and surgical menopause.
     
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    ukxmrv Senior Member

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    I largely stopped yawning when i developed ME (acute viral onset). Stopped sweating about 10 years into the disease. The hot flushes that I get seem to be related to low BP.
     

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