hyperventilation

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an increased depth and rate of breathing greater than demanded by the body needs

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A person suffering from heat stroke also might have nausea, fast breathing and abdominal pain.
Symptoms include unnaturally fast breathing, fast pulse rate, dizziness, trembling, sweating, dry mouth, tingling and cramps in the hands and feet and around the mouth.
It was an acute cough, with fast breathing, and frequent fainting," Hajeni said He explained that he took his daughter to the Hajjah's hospital in order to save her life.
Common asthma symptoms include Coughing, especially at night, Wheezing or whistling sound, especially when breathing out, Trouble breathing or fast breathing that causes the skin around the ribs or neck to pull in tightly, Frequent colds that settle in the chest.
Erin's liver was very enlarged, causing her stomach and lungs to be squashed, leaving her with no appetite and fast breathing.
Other findings that may be found in a person with OHS are: a shallow, fast breathing pattern; right-sided heart failure; pulmonary hypertension; and polycythemia (i.
WHAT TO LOOK FOR The symptoms of septicaemia are: Fever or vomiting Limb, joint or muscle pain Cold hands and feet or shivering Pale or mottled skin Fast breathing or breathlessness Rash Sleepiness or inability to wake Confusion Meningitis can cause similar symptoms along with: Severe headaches Stiff neck Seizures Sensitivity to bright lights HAPPIER TIME Vivienne when she was 53 in Greece
Answer: Fast breathing or trouble breathing, bluish or gray skin color, not drinking enough fluids, severe or persistent vomiting, not waking up or not interacting, so irritable that the child does not want to be held, flulike symptoms improve but then return with fever and worse cough, fever with a rash.
Finally, you can do Kapalbhati Kriya ( Fast breathing technique) and Anulom vilom Pranayama ( alternate nostril breathing) to bring your body and mind into total balance and rest.