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breathing:

see respirationrespiration,
process by which an organism exchanges gases with its environment. The term now refers to the overall process by which oxygen is abstracted from air and is transported to the cells for the oxidation of organic molecules while carbon dioxide (CO2
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breathing

[′brēth·iŋ]
(engineering)
Opening and closing of a plastics mold in orderto let gases escape during molding. Also known as degassing.
Movement of gas, vapors, or air in and out of a storage-tank vent line as a result of liquid expansions and contractions induced by temperature changes.
(materials)
Permeability of plastic sheeting to air, bubbles, voids, or trapped gas globules.
(physiology)
Inhaling and exhaling.
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Postural alterations in children with mouth breathing assessed by computerized biophotogrammetry.
Association between oral habits, mouth breathing and malocclusion.
The variation for mouth breathing and the variation for nods for each subject are shown in Table 1.
The most prevalent oral habit in the SG was bruxism, whereas the most prevalent oral habit in the CG was mouth breathing. The prevalence of bruxism, object biting, thumbs sucking and tongue biting was higher in the SG than in the CG.
Symptoms Disappearance Obvious improvement Snoring during sleep (n=49) 11 (22.4) 24 (49.0) Apnea (n=43) 15 (35.0) 19 (20.9) Mouth breathing (n=37) 9 (24.3) 17 (45.9) Symptoms Alleviation Unchanged Snoring during sleep (n=49) 10 (20.4) 4 (8.2) Apnea (n=43) 5 (11.6) 4 (9.3) Mouth breathing (n=37) 8 (21.6) 3(8.1) Data are reported as number and percentages.
We use Atropine Sulphate in one case only because of that buffalo had been suffering from open mouth breathing, distress, dyspnea and nasal as well as oral secretions of froth (Fig.1).
Rhinorrhoea, mouth breathing, hyponasal speech and cough can also be observed in patients with AH.
According to the American Association of Orthodontists, you should schedule an appointment with an orthodontist if you see the following: Difficulty chewing or biting, mouth breathing, thumb or finger sucking, nail/lip biting or other oral habits, crowded, misplaced or blocked out teeth, missing teeth, jaws that shift, make sounds, protrude or are recessed, biting the cheek or biting into the roof of the mouth, protruding teeth, teeth that meet in an abnormal way or don't meet at all, facial imbalance or asymmetry, grinding or clenching of teeth, inability to comfortably close lips, impacted teeth.
The condition is caused by several factors, such as medication, cancer radiation treatment, mouth breathing, and activities like smoking and drinking high amounts of caffeine and alcohol.
A characteristic marginal gingivitis can be seen around the anterior maxillary anterior teeth, because of the drying effect that accompanies chronic mouth breathing.
As a result of or in conjunction with this, children develop functional breathing disorders such as mouth breathing, breathing pattern disorders, sleep-disordered breathing, sleep apnoea, hyperventilation and hypoventilation.
The product is billed on the Oxy Bump website (oxybump.com) as "a fast-acting, natural and nonmedicated nasal mist that helps relieve histamine to help consumers 'bump' away: stuffy noses, allergies, sinonasal conditions, mouth breathing, snoring, colds, runny nose, headaches, dry climate irritation, indoor heat symptoms, airline nasal discomfort and hotel nasal dry out."