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Hyperventilation How Fast Can Someone Pass Out If Hyperventilating
Varies: This varies from person to person ranging from fast to not being able to fully pass out. When one hyperventilates, the arterial carbon dioxide level drops, this causes a physiologic decrease in blood flow to the brain, and depending on the person, they may pass out due to decreased blood flow similar to a fainting episode. Don't try this alone or while standing. ...Read more
Hyperventilating (Rapid/Deep Breathing) (Definition)
Hyperventilation is a period of time where breathing is performed at an excessively rapid rate driving up the ph of one's blood. Normal ph is 7.4. Hyperventilation would elevate the ph. ...Read more
Can a person hyperventilate in hot weather in the summer time? What I mean is does the sun cause hyperventilation in some people?
Hyperventilation: I imagine you are asking if some people pant when they get hot? No. Animals pant in attempts to cool themselves. Humans have sweat glands. ...Read more
I have an extreme phobia of needles and need a blood test. Could I hyperventilate to pass out while they draw the blood?
You don't need to: Pass out or hyperventilate there R tech that can work fairly quickly. Cognitive behavioral therapy using progressive desensitization (learning 2relax ; then imagining the phobic event from least 2most anxiety provoking image while relaxed. I usually do this using hypnosis as a relaxation technique, but u can use other relaxation methods. Find a therapist ; U will b able 2get relief fairly quickly. ...Read more
In dance class, I really felt like I might pass out. I was Seeing spots, hyperventilating, & had to sit. Is this a serious Zoloft (sertraline) effect? I am worried.
Anxiety: Sounds more like a panic attack. When you start to hyperventilate your body blows off carbon dioxide and that can cause your blood vessels to constrict. That causes the feeling of "passing out", visual spots and weakness. The mechanism is real. Continue your activities. Dance is excellent for exercise and relaxation. Stick with your meds. If symptoms are recurrent let your doctor know. ...Read more
Hi, I have a question about cerebral hypoxia brain damage. If I were to empty my lungs of all air and hold it for 30 seconds while taking 4 very small, fast hyperventilation like breathes, would that give me brain damage? Can you explain?
Hyperventilate: There are several possibilities. If you mean by hyperventilating you are short of breath with effort of walking fast then it indicates that you may not be getting enough oxygen to your heart. This could be a pulmonary problem or a cardiac problem. You must call your doctor to report this and be examined to find the cause and then properly treated. Do not postpone== this could be serious. ...Read more
Any way to stop anxiety fast? Very anxious right now, shaky, nervous l, probably hyperventilating a little. Not on any medicine.
Anxiety: Best, quickest and least problematic way to stop anxiety quick. Y is to breathe in and out of a paper bag covering your nose and mouth-sandwich size bag. It icreases your carbon dioxide level. This is you body's natural anti anxiety "medication" and it has no troublesome side effects, is not addictive and you do not need a prescription. ...Read more
Can hyperventilating from breathlessness after running fast cause you to breath in more pollution? Dangerous if run for a long time? Car came v close
Pollution: Particulates that deposit in the lungs are uniformly distributed for the most part with local spikes (smoke etc).The larger the volume of air cycled through the lungs the larger the volume of undesired exposure, Beware ...Read more
I ran up the stairs and was breathing fast pretendin to be hyperventilating and I had distorted vision for 30 seconds didn't feel faint is that normal?
Hyperventilating: PremM ~ yes hyperventilating blows off CO2 and the low pCO2 in the blood disturbs calcium metabolism and you can get cramps in the long muscles and parasthesiae or numbness sandf tingling in the perifery. If you continue you pass out. Treatment. Get a brown paper BAG and put it over mouth and nose and re-breath your own breath and it corrects. ...Read more
Heavy deep hyperventilating like breathing when asleep fast Cause? HTN PCOS Provera (medroxyprogesterone) Lisinopril HCTZ 208lbs
Breathing fast and hyperventilating when sleeping seems like after taking Lorazepam Cause? PCOS HTN Provera (medroxyprogesterone) Zestoretic Ativan Sertraline
Complex: Hyperventilation at night can be related to stress, congestive heart failure, drugs taken at bed time, other. So, wide range of possibilities. Lorazepam is a sedative. If taken for stress, and hyperventilation occurs with dreams then anxiety might be the relationship. A formal sleep study could provide diagnosis by seeing timing, heart pattern, and associated details. ...Read more
Carbon dioxide: This is the main "driver" for us to breathe. Co2 levels in the brain cause the respiratory center to signal breathing. When you hyperventilate you blow off a lot of co2 and the brain senses no need to breathe. Another driver is oxygen but since your o2 levels be high, the brain senses you have enough o2. ...Read more
Hyperventilation: Illnesses in brain regions that control breathing centers, in the respiratory tract that affect breathing, in the cardiovascular system that affect oxygen supply to lungs, in the endocrine system that affect rate of breathing, and lastly in anxiety attacks as result of hyperarousal. ...Read more
Acid-base: Hyperventilation drives the carbondioxide from the lungs, so you develop respiratory alkalosis which causes hypokalemia (low potassium).If someone has hyperkalemia and hyperventilation, they probably have some other underlying cause like metabolic acidosis which could be due to several reasons like severe diarrhea, kidney failure, infection. These are only few and one should consult nephrologist. ...Read more
Benzodiazepines/CBT: If you are hyperventilating due to anxiety, it leads me to think you suffer from panic episodes. Many panic episodes are not triggered by a situation or thought, and in such cases, people usually respond well to treatment with fast-acting benzodiazepines such as alprazolam. If panic is brought about by a situation or thought (s), then cbt may help in lieu of (or addition to) medication. ...Read more
Abdominal breathing.: Instructing patients to breathe abdominally, using the diaphragm more than the chest wall, often leads to improvement in subjective dyspnea and corrects many of the associated symptoms. Diaphragmatic breathing slows the respiratory rate, gives patients a distracting maneuver to perform and provides patients with a sense of self-control during episodes of hyperventilation. ...Read more
Aw, c'mon: As long as you are getting high; why care about destroying your brain. ...Read more
Insensitive loses: The humidity of your exhaled air approaches 100%, which is why it frosts in the cold or you can fog up a mirror. This expelled humidity will eventually deplete your body fluids if they are nor replaced. It is considered an insensitive loss, as you don't recognise it as you would urine losses. ...Read more
Hyperventilation: We always say use a bag for rebreathing, I guess it would be funny to keep a bag over your head all the time (joke only). This is usually a form of hysterical or anxiety disorder and control of your emotions is what is necessary so you won't breath too fast. Feel yourself, if you start getting dizzy, or like floating, start controlling your breathing, start counting to 4 or 5 as you breath out. ...Read more
Usually, doing some behavioral therapy, or cognitive-behavioral therapy can help prevent hyperventilation. Informally, this might involve deep breathing, meditation, prayer, and positive thinking.
Occassionally, an increased respiratory rate is in response to a medical reason, but more often than not it is related to anxiety and stress. ...Read more
Hmmm...: In physiologic terms, hyperventilation-- chronically-- could not occur due to mechanisms to preserve acid base status on respiratory drive. Respiratory alkalemia (low carbon dioxide) generally leads people to stop breathing in attempt to allow co2 levels to rise. Do you have gen. Anxiety as diagnosis? ...Read more
Chronic hyperventila: I agree with dr. Tidman, , u can try to relax and breath slowly, if u r not successful. See u pcp, good lick. ...Read more
Not really: Hyperventilation is the normal reaction by the body to a situation where increased minute ventilation (both rate and depth of breathing) is required, such as exercise. If one hyperventilates while at rest, it can indicate either pulmonary disease, heart disease, central nervous system disorder, anemia, or anxiety. All of these situations should be evaluated by a physician or other provider. ...Read more
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