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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overbreathing
Literary usage of Overbreathing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Radiant Healing: The Many Paths to Personal Harmony and Planetary Wholeness by Bellamy Isabel, Isabel Bellamy, Donald MacLean, Maclean Donald (2005)
"This 'disease' of overbreathing results in the loss of carbon dioxide, a loss which is the direct cause of these serious disturbances of the metabolism. ..."
2. Manual of First-Aid Practices for School Bus Drivers by William R. Nesbitt (1998)
"overbreathing or Hyperventilation People who are inclined to have emotional problems that affect breathing also may have what is called the hyperventilation ..."
3. Handbook of Severe Disability: A Text for Rehabilitation Counselors, Other edited by Walter C. Stolov, Michael R. Clowers (2000)
"Symptoms include thirst and polyuria, fatigue, weight loss, possible vomiting and abdominal pain, overbreathing, and finally coma. ..."
4. Nature and Health: A Popular Treatise on the Hygiene of the Person and the Home by Edward Curtis (1906)
"... unpleasant nor harmful even when impregnating air in more than ten times the proportion in which it occurs in rooms that may be foul from overbreathing. ..."
5. U. S. Navy Diving Manual: Air DivingSport (1999)
"... which ensures the lowest possible breathing resistance and reduces the possibility of overbreathing the helmet (demanding more air than is available). ..."