The atmosphere was moist and sticky like mucilage, and in the absence of wind all hands seemed to pant and gasp for air
With sleep apnea, you stop breathing temporarily throughout the night as the tissue in the back of your throat relaxes and blocks or partially blocks your airways until you gasp for air
You might be in a cold lake but it takes nearly half an hour for the body's temperature to drop from 37C to 35C to cause an individual's death, but the sudden dropping of iced water makes one go into shock and gasp for air
and that proves fatal.
He added: "It felt like a lifetime, standing over that young man, watching him gasp for air
Severe apnea is marked by frequent breathing stoppages that cause a person to gasp for air
If your bed partner notices that you snore loudly or gasp for air
while you sleep, or you feel excessively tired during the day, talk to your doctor about an evaluation for OSA.
GRIM: Seagulls swoop on dead fish, which can be seen on the lake, while others gasp for air
As you giggle and gasp for air
, you breathe in more oxygen.
People with sleep apnea don't just snore, they often gasp for air
If the passage closes entirely, no air can get through and breathing stops until the brain rouses the person enough to gasp for air
And as soon as you turn the corner, gasp for air
and feel free to sweat bullets.
Margaret added that Tam needed a nebuliser to breathe, had to constantly gasp for air
, and would collapse if he tried to walk down stairs.
But for folks living with chronic lung disease, labored breathing is more serious than an occasional gasp for air
In some places, I had to force myself to look up and away from the words and gasp for air
She sits on a green splotch that looks as if something had leaked out of her; her flared nostrils and slightly parted lips seem to gasp for air