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    Hi, I don't know how I realise things like this but Im not joking im worried I might have a tight chest or something. Basically when I sit up straight and lift my shoulders up as high as they will go, then keep moving one up and one down at the same time fast I feel like a tightening wheezing noise in my chest, does this happen to anyone? Again Im not taking the mick this time.
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    You are working part of your chest muscles when doing that and thus pressing air out of the lungs.
    If you sit up straight and cross your arms in front of you, touching each shoulder with the opposite hand and then turn sideways (like looking at someone) pretty fast you will get a similar noise.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Hi, I don't know how I realise things like this but Im not joking im worried I might have a tight chest or something. Basically when I sit up straight and lift my shoulders up as high as they will go, then keep moving one up and one down at the same time fast I feel like a tightening wheezing noise in my chest, does this happen to anyone? Again Im not taking the mick this time.
    I get that too. It feels kind of nice. Hope it's not serious, because I noticed it about 8 years ago.
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    (Original post by Leisure17)
    You are working part of your chest muscles when doing that and thus pressing air out of the lungs.
    If you sit up straight and cross your arms in front of you, touching each shoulder with the opposite hand and then turn sideways (like looking at someone) pretty fast you will get a similar noise.
    Hey yea your right! Thanks, I guess that answers the question, its normal then
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    (Original post by Ywiss)
    I get that too. It feels kind of nice. Hope it's not serious, because I noticed it about 8 years ago.
    I noticed it when I was younger too when I was doing arm exersises with my dad once, I didn't think much of it then but I thought maybe my airways are too tight or something.
 
 
 
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