The initial signs of hypothermia are intense shivering, pale or blue gums, shallow breathing
The rapid shallow breathing
index was not reported to be widely used clinically in Australia and New Zealand.
You may notice that shallow breathing
often feels tense and constricted, while deep breathing produces relaxation.
Both CAPs-exposed groups had a significant response to the exposure, but the stress group exhibited greater breathing frequency, shorter inhalation and exhalation times, and lower expiratory flows and tidal volumes--that is, a rapid, shallow breathing
pattern--compared with the nonstress group.
The gas is fatal in high dosages, especially for children who are more susceptible to severe reactions such as shallow breathing
that can result in death.
She had shallow breathing
and she didn't have any idea who anyone was or what was happening.
Take deep, even breaths when active; shallow breathing
seems to increase cramping.
For example, he thought that shallow breathing
symbolized someone's inability to keep up with the frenetic pace of their life.
Her condition was critical as she was unresponsive, with shallow breathing
and very blue tips.
Cultivating an appreciation for the textures and variations of breath sounds as we move through life on and off our yoga mat, we can also learn to notice unconscious breath holding and moments of shallow breathing
These actions addressed the issues of attention, anxiety, and nervousness by using a "cue phrase" (Slow is smooth; smooth is fast), and a calming breath that helped to direct attention to mission requirements and counter the physiological responses that accompany overly high energy levels, such as short, shallow breathing
and muscle tension.
In the absence of evidence of airway obstruction or restrictive interstitial lung disease, the shallow breathing
pattern suggests ventilatory muscle weakness as one possible explanation for increased dyspnea intensity at a given ventilation in CD patients.