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Actually there are effects. I cannot just now provide a lot of details, but in short, liquid breathing removes the inner envelope of the lungs that is needed for respiration in air. While there is no adverse effect on the person who wants to liquid-breath indefinitely, restoration of lungs for air breathing capatibilities may be complicated and prolonged. ...


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Long term exposure to hyperoxia actually does more harm than good. Though short term hyperoxia is recommended after brain injuries (http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/741751_3) as a valid clinical strategy. For lower concentrations of oxygen, there seems to be evidence that cognitive function is improved: You can read more about that here: Chung, ...


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Bicarbonate is not carbon dioxide. In acidic conditions, bicarbonate will be protonated to form carbonic acid which in turn decomposes into carbon dioxide and water. The overall result is the removal of a proton (ie increase in pH) and formation of carbon dioxide (which accounts for the rapid breathing). The idea behind giving bicarbonate is that it will ...


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if a person is both (1) hyperventilating and (2) has a low blood pH then this is a case of metabolic acidosis... in metabolic acidosis the patient compensates by breathing heavy... why? because hydrogen ions are captured by bicarbonate (the conjugate base of carbonic acid) which is then exhaled as carbon dioxide... metabolic acidosis is not caused by ...


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Morning walks are preferred because the sunlight that falls on the earth in the morning is good for your skin for producing Vitamin D. and also it is said that morning walks are good for: Strengthening Bones and Joints Weight control and also independent of the time of the day, due to exercise and walking you keep moving your joints an this ...



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