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The result is that it becomes much harder to breathe, especially when you exert yourself.
The cold air narrows airways, making it harder to breathe.
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a common lung disease that gets progressively worse over time, making it harder and harder to breathe.
At the end, the speed increases and the shuttle shakes, so I worked harder to breathe.
It was quite hard with the altitude and I have found it harder to breathe out here.
For the encore, the talented band performed Harder to Breathe, and then Levine said, "This next song is about the good part about being in love," before ending the show with Sweetest Goodbye and a final powerful hard rock musical note.
The band is expected to perform their most prominent hits including This Love, She Will Be Loved, Makes Me Wonder and Harder to Breathe.
Cold air can worsen symptoms by making airways narrower, making it even harder to breathe.