We breather oxygen in and let out carbon dioxide. With hyperventilation, we tend to breathe faster than normal thus reducing carbon dioxide in our blood.
This results to dizziness, difficulty in breathing, chest pain, anxiety, palpitations, weakness, heightened pain sensitivity, cramping, and anxiety.
If you have hyperventilation syndrome, always bear in mind to breath through your nose and breathe more slowly and less deeply.
This increases the amount of air inhaled and exhaled giving our blood sufficient carbon dioxide.
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