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breathe

The property of a layer of a material that permits air and/or moisture to pass through it without damaging the layer.
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October 19-21) Breathe Technologies President & CEO Larry Mastrovich will give a company presentation on Monday, October 19[sup.
Addressing a PreSymposium Pediatrics Workshop on "Helping Babies Breathe," held at Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences (LUMHS), Jamshoro here Tuesday, he said this theme is "the Golden Minute.
Breathe in slowly, through your nose, to the count of five.
BREATHING LINKS Controlling the way you breathe could be a conscious attempt in the beginning but it becomes easy once you keep at it.
10) A child who has a blocked nose or who has a perceived or real difficulty getting enough air will either become obliged to breathe through their mouth rather than through their nose or choose the oral route because it is more comfortable or has become habitual.
Next feel the breath as you breathe in and out, air moving in nose, throat and lungs.
Posture may also affect breathing - sitting hunched over a desk or keyboard can compress the diaphragm making it harder for air to travel into the abdomen, so we're forced to breathe into the upper chest.
OK, to summarize, increase minute ventilation and the urge to breathe decreases.
Sleep disturbances, as the adjusted breathing centre in the brain tells the body to breathe harder and this often wakes the sufferer.
I couldn't breathe properly throughout the rounds," said Vazquez, who is 41-4.
When we breathe through the nose, we filter the air, blocking out harmful pollutants and allergens.