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What does "trapped wind in the chest" mean?

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Trapped wind in the chest is a term commonly used in the United Kingdom. It is used to describe the pressure felt inside the lungs even when they are not fully inflated. It can be a sign of an underlying health problem and should be checked by a physician if it persists. It is often caused by an excessive buildup of gases in the stomach which place pressure on the diaphragm and lungs. The true cause cannot be determined and corrected into diagnostic tests have been ran.
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