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What Are the Causes of Hyperventilation

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What Are the Causes of Hyperventilation The body is a very sophisticated machine so there are obviously some
extremely complicated things going on inside when a person
hyperventilates. Basically, what happens when you hyperventilate is
that you start breathing excessively fast. In other words, you begin to
take in more oxygen than your body generally needs.

The causes of hyperventilation vary but if you are in a very stressful situation, whether it be physical or
emotional, it could lead to hyperventilation. Stress and anxiety can
cause you to respond this way. Anytime you are placed in a position
where you feel out of control, it's possible for your body to start
hyperventilating or to go into a panic attack.

When it comes to a panic attack, rapid breathing and butterflies in the
stomach are just a few things that might appear. Victims' breathing
becomes more and more rapid and that often leads to dizziness or
possibly a fainting spell.

When a person hyperventilates, they are causing an imbalance between
the body's normal levels of oxygen and carbon dioxide. One of the
reasons that you often see people in this situation given a brown paper
bag to breathe into is to try and bring those levels back to normal by
using a technique called rebreathing.

The paper bag was supposed to put more carbon dioxide back into your
body. Some experts disagree with using this technique and urge
sufferers to seek out medical help in case it is not a panic attack but
something more serious.

One of the best things to do with someone who is hyperventilating is to
get them to try and control their breathing and to slow it down. Talk
to them and get them to relax while removing them from the stressful
situation if possible. Seek medical attention.
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