Jan 10, 2020

Prevent Hyperventilation

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#*Breathing through your nose will also help eliminate some common abdominal symptoms of hyperventilation syndrome, such as bloating, burping and passing gas.
 
#*Breathing through your nose will also help eliminate some common abdominal symptoms of hyperventilation syndrome, such as bloating, burping and passing gas.
 
#*Nose breathing will also help combat dry mouth and bad breath, which are also associated with mouth breathing and chronic hyperventilation.
 
#*Nose breathing will also help combat dry mouth and bad breath, which are also associated with mouth breathing and chronic hyperventilation.
#Take deeper "belly breaths.'''"''' You're likely taking shallow breathes when you're hyperventilating, which prevents you from getting enough oxygen. Instead, place one hand over your abdomen and the other over your chest. Slowly inhale through your nose and draw the air into your belly. Breathe in for 4 seconds, pause, then exhale slowly for an 8 count. Make sure the hand over you belly is rising while the hand over your chest stays relatively still.<ref>http://www.mdguidelines.com/hyperventilation-syndrome</ref>[[Image:Prevent Hyperventilation Step 2 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Take deeper "belly breaths.'''"''' You're likely taking shallow breaths when you're hyperventilating, which prevents you from getting enough oxygen. Instead, place one hand over your abdomen and the other over your chest. Slowly inhale through your nose and draw the air into your belly. Breathe in for 4 seconds, pause, then exhale slowly for an 8 count. Make sure the hand over you belly is rising while the hand over your chest stays relatively still.<ref>http://www.mdguidelines.com/hyperventilation-syndrome</ref>[[Image:Prevent Hyperventilation Step 2 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*Practice taking deep breaths in through your nose and watch your belly push out before your chest expands. You'll notice a relaxing sensation and reduced respiratory rate after a few minutes.  
 
#*Practice taking deep breaths in through your nose and watch your belly push out before your chest expands. You'll notice a relaxing sensation and reduced respiratory rate after a few minutes.  
 
#*Try holding your breath in your lungs a little longer also — aim for about three seconds or so to start with.
 
#*Try holding your breath in your lungs a little longer also — aim for about three seconds or so to start with.


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