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(Abc.net.au)   The human sigh is a physiological reset button, though it can't help you come back from that - ahem - 'premature excitement' problem of yours. SIGH   (abc.net.au) divider line 6
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2014-01-27 07:42:21 AM
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2014-01-27 07:50:57 AM
this is actually a surprisingly interesting article !
esp panic attacks
 
2014-01-27 08:08:00 AM
My dog sighs, for what I assume is a related (respiratory) reason after reading TFA.  Doubt he learned it from me.
 
2014-01-27 08:35:42 AM
Yes dear. *sigh*
 
2014-01-27 09:59:58 AM
FTFA: "Vlemincx says that when breathing is in one state for too long, the lungs deteriorate. They become more stiff and less efficient in gas exchange."

Interesting. I suppose this would help explain why, after about 10 minutes of trying to hold still and breathe as shallowly as possible in the MRI tube (needed a shoulder scan and operator told me to control my breathing motion), I felt like I was starting to suffocate and had to take a deep breath (sigh).

Of course, sighing also helps hugely in the middle of a boring meeting...
 
2014-01-27 03:06:34 PM
*Sigh* Times are tough.

/there are many guards in the castle
//welcome to Corneria
 
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