I have times were I am breathing but I have to make it a deeper breath over it as I seem to need it more?
As for the pain in the jaw does it start in the chest and radiate up though the neck to the jaw?
Does it ease with warmth?
Does it hurt if you press there?
Angina is a pain, and it can be a pain in the neck, the jaw, the arm,
the back, the shoulders. And it's caused when the heart muscle is short of blood. So there's
atherosclerotic lesion in a coronary artery, or maybe more than one, and it's restricting the amount
of blood that goes to the heart muscle, and that's seen as pain by the body.
Now there's two types of angina. There's stable angina and unstable angina. Stable angina comes on
when you exercise, and if you rest, it stops. So you know when it's going to come and when it's going
to go away. Unstable angina's different. It can come on at any time, day or night. And if you rest, it
may not go away.
I have AF and tachycardia with pulmonary hypertension I get them because my heart can go so fast and out of sync it does not get the oxygen needed to make it pump properly which in turn lowers my oxygen intake to the heart muscle. So in layman's terms it cramps.
I would certainly speak to your GP but it might well be a pulled muscle.