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You breathe differently when you are furious, calm, sleeping or crying.
How a child breathes is a reflection of their health and the myriad factors that influence it.
When we breathe through the nose, we filter the air, blocking out harmful pollutants and allergens.
Together they sit and they breathe in and they breathe out.
A relaxed person normally breathes about eight times a minute - the chronic hyperventilator 20 times or more.
Typically, a person living at sea level who vacations in the mountains for a few weeks breathes harder and harder over a period of 8 days and then maintains the heaviest breathing until returning home.
The average person breathes in and out up to 3,453 gallons (13,071 liters) of air per day.
The way one breathes can have either a salutary or deleterious effect on one's health and wellbeing.