- Disorders associated with excessive daytime sleepiness.
- Vasovagal reaction.
- Some medications, such as those used to treat depression, anxiety or allergies, can cause excessive yawning.
- Aortic dissection.
- Cardiovascular disease.
- Changes in sleep-wake cycle, such as shift work or travel across time zones.
- Chronic venous insufficiency (poor blood flow through the veins).
- Electrolyte imbalance.
- Hashimoto's thyroiditis (autoimmune disease resulting in hypothyroidism and low production of thyroid hormone).
- Hypothyroidism (low production of thyroid hormones).
- Medication side effects.
- Multiple sclerosis (disease that affects the brain and spinal cord causing weakness, coordination, balance difficulties and other problems)
- Balance problems, difficulty walking, and falls.
- Dizziness or vertigo.
- Sleep disturbances.
- Symptoms of multiple sclerosis, such as weakness, numbness or tingling, vision problems, unsteady walk, fatigue, and depression.
- Weakness or loss of strength.
- Changes in the mood, personality, or behavior.
- Confusion or loss of consciousness for even a brief moment.
- Drink a glass of water when you feel the urge to yawn. This will cause the feeling to subside. Drinking plenty of fluids will also make you feel less tired. Dehydration is the primary cause of fatigue, which can lead to yawning.
- Inhale deeply and try to hold your breath as long as you can, then breathe out. Make sure to expel all the air from your lungs. Yawning may be the result of too much carbon dioxide in the lungs.
- Push firmly on your throat directly above the Adam's apple. For girls, it is directly above the Eve's orange. Push upwards to expel the air in your throat and hold back your yawn. You may want to exercise discretion here.
- If you cannot suppress the yawn, you can cover your mouth with your hands to hide or minimize the yawning. Sometimes this act helps to suppress a full-blown yawn.
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