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Hyperventilation - Hyperventilation

Hyperventilation occurs when the rate or tidal volume of breath eliminates more carbon dioxide than the body can produce. This leads to hypocapnia, a decreased level of carbon dioxide dissolved in the blood. The body usually tries to compensate for this homeostatically. However, when this fails or is overridden, the pH of the blood rises, leading to breath alkalosis. The symptoms of breath alkalosis are: dizziness, tingling in the lips, hands or feet, headache, weakness, fainting and seizures. In extreme cases it can carpopedal causing cramps, a flutter and contraction of the hands and feet.

Factors that can induce or maintain hyperventilation include: physiological stress, anxiety or panic disorder, high altitude, head injury, stroke, respiratory diseases such as asthma, pneumonia or hyperventilation syndrome, cardiovascular problems such as pulmonary embolism, anemia, an incorrectly calibrated drug Respirator and side effects from certain medications. Hyperventilation can also be intentionally induced to achieve an altered state of consciousness, such as in a choking game, during breathing work, or when trying to prolong an apnea dive.

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