I'm like that when I'm stressed too. I think your chest muscles tighten up and then don't expand with your breathing (or something like that).
I had a panic attack in the middle of last night about the thought that after October I will be shut up every day in a 6-story building with no access to natural light.
Our 5 story building is in renovations right now. We are on the second floor. Soon there will be this "decorative mesh" like covering on the base, 1st and 2nd floors so we will no longer have any views out of the windows. Although I'm not sure the Eastern side of the building will be sad to have their view of the Playhouse (exotica) removed.
At least you get to be shut up in a multi-story building each day.
It's now official that I will be the permanent clinical pharmacist on the cancer ward at FMC, which sadly means having to farewell palliative care; I haven't told the hospice team this yet...
There are some windows on that ward aren't there? Overlooking what was formerly the gum lined oval, now car park?
Yeah nah, there's a private hospital right next door blocking that view now :(
Congratulations then? New hospital opening getting lots of publicity over on east coast.
We're about to lose most of our views as well (although at the moment the construction-site action is providing intermittent entertainment for the inner five-year-old in all of us).
I can hear the conversation now... did you see that digger? and the BIG crane.
I hear that Cranes are quite good at orienteering.