Dyspnea is defined as an uncomfortable sensation of breathing in varying intensity. Ventilation is normally controlled by the autonomic nervous system, with only limited voluntary override. Patients with different disorders use different phrases to describe their breathing discomfort such as air hunger, chest tightness and shortness of breath. The development of dyspnea is complex and multifactorial. The sensation of dyspnea may be developed by any or combination of the sense of respiratory effort, chemoreceptor stimulation, mechanical stimuli arising in lung and chest wall receptors and neuroventilatory dissociation.
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Last date updated on July, 2014