Typical symptoms are:
Disordered breathing occurs when upper chest breathing, usually at a faster rate and often through the mouth, becomes the dominant pattern of breathing especially at rest.
The Nijmegen Questionnaire (NQ) gives a broad view of symptoms associated with dysfunctional breathing patterns.
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