Indiana U. research at the American College of Sports Medicine conference
... were measured before the study participants underwent a eucapnic voluntary hyperventilation
challenge for six minutes. "Our study found that exhaled nitric oxide may ... exhaled breath was collected. They then underwent a eucapnic voluntary hyperventilation
challenge for six minutes. Their pulmonary function was measured several ...
Pediatric Wheezing: If Not Asthma, Then What is It?
... Foreign Body Aspiration -- inhaled items 4. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) -- a digestive disorder of the lower esophageal sphincter 5. hyperventilation
-- excessive breathing 6. Psychogenic Cough -- a dry, non-productive cough associated with emotional or psychological problems 7. ...
Training Breathing Muscles Improves Swimmer's Performance
... progressively each week, while a re-breathing bag insured that the amount of carbon dioxide in the blood was held constant, in spite of the hyperventilation
during the training.
During PRMT, subjects performed a series of 10-second breath-holds, with 90-second rest periods between breath-holds, using ...
is rapid breathing that often occurs because ... dioxide and oxygen in the blood stream. hyperventilation
is rapid or deep breathing , usually caused by ...
... respiratory Causes, incidence , and risk factors: Common causes include hyperventilation
, anxiety , and fever . A high pH with low PaCO2 and normal or low HCO3 levels is called respiratory alkalosis and may result from hyperventilation
(caused by certain medications, fever , anxiety , high room ...
... Fears; Anxiety Disorder; Agoraphobia ; Claustrophobia , etc.) hyperventilation
Depression Manic Depression ( Bipolar Disorder ; Mania ) Mania ... ongoing emotions of stress , anxiety , depression , or anger. However, hyperventilation
from panic is generally related to a specific fear or phobia , such as ...
... s (osmo phobia ) ... frequently overbreathe (sometimes referred to as hyperventilation
syndrome ), this may be triggered by ongoing emotions of stress , anxiety , depression , or anger. However, hyperventilation
from panic is generally related to a specific fear or phobia , ... ...
... fear accompanied by chest pain , rapid heartbeat , rapid breathing ( hyperventilation
), profuse sweating and shortness of breath, you may be experiencing a ... with each breath); ... A high PaO2 may indicate rapid breathing ( hyperventilation
). High PaO2 levels may also result from receiving oxygen therapy. ...
... on a bus, train or plane; ... Phobias and Panic Attack s (Irrational Fears; Anxiety Disorder; Agoraphobia ; Claustrophobia , etc.) hyperventilation
Depression Manic Depression ( Bipolar Disorder ; Mania ) Mania [Kellogg] Hysteria"1 (Melancholia"1) Hysteria"2 [Kellogg] ... For ...
... seizure occur with loss of smell ( anosmia )? Did the seizure occur with nausea or vomiting ? Did the seizure occur after an episode of hyperventilation
( rapid breathing )? ...
... shape of the chest. Breathing into a paper bag is unsafe and is not recommended (see carbon dioxide toxic ity). When to Seek Medical Care hyperventilation
can usually be treated without assistance from trained medical personnel. Breathing faster than normal Having a hard time breathing Flaring ...
... lung has two lobes. The right lung, which is slightly larger, has three. Respiratory alkalosis is caused by lower carbon dioxide levels. hyperventilation
(increased rate of breathing ) causes the body to lose carbon dioxide . All the liver 's blood , carrying carbon dioxide and other ...
... episodes (unintentional) Lack of awareness of surroundings Sudden halt in conscious activity ( movement , talking, etc.) May be provoked by hyperventilation
or flashing lights, in some cases ... Coma Un consciousness . DefibrillationUse of an electric shock to restore a normal heart beat. ...