I don't know if anybody gets this, and I don't really know what it is either. But now and then I can be just sitting there and suddenly a wave of depression over absolutely nothing will wash through me and it will tighten my chest and this is really painful at times. Usually it's just severly uncomfortable considering it's kinda hard to breathe since my chest would feel really thin. I don't know what this is and I am quite physically healthy and generally I am quite happy. But it really isn't a pleasant experience and I was wondering if anybody could shed some light on this?
Have you talked to your docter about your problem.I think you should.If you are deppressed your docter can give you something to help you. I hope i helped you, Newzealandschick
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hey! I used to have these really bad chest cramps where it would almost feel like my lungs were caving in, my doctor said that it was from air bubbles. It really hurt- especially when I breathed in- I'm not really sure if this is what your describing because I didn't have any depression with them and I don't think chest cramps are related to depression. To address your depression probably you may be manic-depressive or bi-polar which will both cause waves of depression to come on relativly quickly- you may want to see a psychologist to address your depression problems and a doctor to address your chest cramps. Hope this was helpful! Hannah
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