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17 Warning Signs Your Lungs Are Trying to Send You

Best Life Logo By Tehrene Firman of Best Life | Slide 1 of 18: Unlike some of your other organs, it's much more noticeable when something is wrong with your lungs. While you can't always feel when something is off with your heart or brain, you'll definitely notice when you experience symptoms that affect how well you can do something you do constantly: breathe. And with the lungs being the main target of coronavirus, you'll want to be keep an even more watchful eye out for any changes in your breathing. Don't ever brush off anything that's affecting your day-to-day health—especially if it's one of these warning signs that there's a problem with your lungs. And for how another organ in your body tries to alert you to potential problems, check out 13 Warning Signs Your Pancreas Is Trying to Tell You Something's Wrong.

17 Warning Signs Your Lungs Are Trying to Send You

Unlike some of your other organs, it's much more noticeable when something is wrong with your lungs. While you can't always feel when something is off with your heart or brain, you'll definitely notice when you experience symptoms that affect how well you can do something you do constantly: breathe. And with the lungs being the main target of coronavirus, you'll want to be keep an even more watchful eye out for any changes in your breathing. Don't ever brush off anything that's affecting your day-to-day health—especially if it's one of these warning signs that there's a problem with your lungs. And for how another organ in your body tries to alert you to potential problems, check out 13 Warning Signs Your Pancreas Is Trying to Tell You Something's Wrong.

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