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1hiperventilarseI think I'm going to hyperventilate! — ¡creo que me va a dar un soponcio! informal
- So does that mean you become light headed and silly, or faint, as you would if you hyperventilated at sea level?
- I'm going to start hyperventilating any minute now.
- This will cause a certain subset of the population to begin hyperventilating and breathing into paper bags.
- Her breathing sounded more like hyperventilating as she paced back and forth.
- Taking deep breaths she began to hyperventilate, but in a more discreet way.
- He then began to hyperventilate and allegedly fainted and hit the car in front of him.
- Patients can reproduce these spells by hyperventilating in a controlled environment.
- I crawled away and knelt on the deck, trying to slow my breathing before I hyperventilated.
- These changes contribute to the high anion gap that hyperventilating patients may demonstrate, as observed initially in this patient.
- To find out if you over-breathe or hyperventilate the device includes a procedure for measuring your volume of lung ventilation.
- She began vomiting, hyperventilating, and convulsing.
- In times of extreme stress, people may shake uncontrollably, hyperventilate (breathe faster and deeper than normal) or even vomit.
- The subject was then switched to a rebreathing bag and was asked to stop hyperventilating.
- It's the silly, hyperventilating category of ‘pre-hypertension’ that we're ignoring.
- Subjects may hyperventilate for several minutes before diving to increase underwater time.
- This compensation is usually excellent, as most asthmatics hyperventilate during an episode of wheezing with dyspnea.
- I started to hyperventilate and couldn't breathe.
- I recognised him and tried to say something but just ended up shuddering and gasping breaths, hyperventilating.
- She immediately began panicking, hyperventilating into her breath mask as she floated in the water tank, pushing against the glass walls.
- Her mouth moved opened and closed with each breath, coming in such rapid fire that she was sure she would hyperventilate any second.
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