spells are events where children will cry until they begin to turn blue with loss of consciousness and collapse.
A Sailor died while practicing breath-holding
in an MWR pool.
The nifty breath-holding
adaptation has allowed cockroaches to colonise drier habitats and may allow them to thrive in climate change, according to George McGavin of the University of Oxford.
SPHERE I GO David in training for his world record underwater breath-holding
Sugano et al (32) compared 3 different patterns of respiratory suspension: midnormal respiration, inspiratory, and expiratory breath-holding
acquisitions for portal-vein flow assessment, concluding that expiratory breath-hold increases blood flow to the greatest degree, with deep inspiratory breath-holding
resulting in the least portal-venous flow.
About 5% of healthy children under 8 years of age have breath-holding
Adrian Lole, UK development director for RLSS UK, said: "We have concerns that David Blaine's stunt will trigger youngsters to try a breath-holding
Lower levels of carbon dioxide and oxygen caused by competitive and repetitive breath-holding
in swimming pools can and do kill.
They undertake a series of continuous shallow nasal breathing exercises, mixed with breath-holding
NORTHRIDGE - An apparently drunk man participating in an underwater breath-holding
contest nearly drowned Sunday in an apartment complex swimming pool, a Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman said.
Hitting fell by 35 per cent, crying was down 21 per cent and breath-holding
fell by 14 per cent.