How to use Breathe in a sentence

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  • Her chest was too tight for her to breathe deeply.

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  • Rissa forced herself to breathe steadily.

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  • She cowered into her hiding place, trying to breathe softly in spite of her state of panic.

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  • The living room started to spin and she sat, forcing herself to breathe deeply.

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  • They breathe by piercing the surface film with the tail, where a pair of spiracles are situated.

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  • Gabriel took a moment to breathe deeply, unsettled by how quickly his assassins were falling.

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  • To move, or even breathe, would have destroyed the moment.

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  • A notable method of borrowing power from another magic-wielding agency is simply to breathe its name in connexion with the spell that stands in need of reinforcement; as the name suggests its owner, so it comes to stand for his real presence.

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  • Her chest felt too tight to breathe deeply.

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  • She was able to breathe deeply again and her weeping turned to a trickle.

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  • I will breathe after my own fashion.

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  • Wiping her face, she forced herself to breathe steadily.

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  • Most springtails are without air-tubes, and breathe through the general cuticle of the body.

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  • Realization of exactly what he'd asked for made Jule breathe out hard.

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  • She forced herself to breathe deeply and continued towards the distant road.

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  • Breathe deeply until the buzzing in your ears stop.

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  • Dorothy sighed and commenced to breathe easier.

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  • She was able to breathe easier when she stood outside the massive fortress that sat on a clearing the size of two football fields.

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  • You have to learn how to breathe properly.

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  • Utterly still, she forced herself to breathe, or she'd pass out.

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  • First remember to breathe, deeply and calmly.

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  • When you're excited, you breathe more rapidly.

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  • Typically, the infant will be able to breathe more easily within a few days at the most, and complications such as lung rupture are less likely to occur.

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  • In tiny infants who do not breathe when born, ventilation through a tracheal tube is an emergency procedure.

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  • It is a basic human right to breathe fresh air.

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  • The child wears a face mask to breathe in the medications.

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  • When the otter "vents" or comes to the surface to breathe, his muzzle only appears above water, and when he is viewed or traced by the mud he stirs up, or by air bubbles, the hounds are laid on.

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  • Do not use paraffin wax at all if babies or young children are able to breathe the fumes from your work area.

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  • Breathe out in the sunburst breath " ha ", opening the arms out behind the head and leaning back slightly.

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  • I almost wept with joy on hearing the opening bars of Breathe.

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  • Thanks to the process of photosynthesis, plants produce the food we eat are oxygen we breathe.

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  • The shoes feature ventilation holes, which allow the feet to breathe and remain comfortable even after hours of skating.

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  • To ' breathe ', they need a constant and sufficient flow of air, so make sure the room is not completely airtight.

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  • Then they were used to counter low blood pressure, help asthmatics breathe more easily and suppress appetite.

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  • I kissed them, I watered them with my tears, I strove to breathe the holy breathe the holy breath they once contained.

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  • Breathing Breathe early in the pull, without raising or jutting the chin.

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  • N.B. Do not breathe on the lead citrate at any stage as insoluble lead carbonate will form which produces dense spots over the sections.

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  • It must let oxygen in so you can breathe, and it must be able to expel carbon dioxide so you don't choke.

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  • Anyone catching diphtheria will be hospitalized immediately and will probably be put on a respirator to help them breathe.

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  • The backup diver was no doubt instructed not to buddy breathe to avoid an embolism.

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  • In the mean time we all breathe poisoned air and children grow flabby under house arrest.

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  • Slimy Creatures Discover how snails get around, how poison arrow frogs protect themselves and how amphibians breathe.

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  • We breathe the fumes, pick up the rubbish.

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  • And we know that the Druids used to burn henbane and breathe in the fumes to put them into a hallucinatory trance.

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  • While the movie was on I had to remind myself to breathe sometimes and I had the jitters for ages after the movie finished.

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  • Of course, to breathe new life into an old formula is just the first step into the garden; the potential is endless.

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  • The dead man was put overboard within half an hour after he had ceased to breathe.

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  • Also dairy produces too much mucous making it more difficult to breathe.

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  • Breathe in deeply by allowing your abdominal muscles to expand outwards.

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  • Symptoms progressively restrict a person's ability to breathe and include persistent coughing, wheezing, excessive production of phlegm and ongoing shortness of breath.

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  • Seven pockets hold a day's worth of essentials, and a full mesh lining wicks perspiration to let your body breathe.

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  • The cement and gypsum plaster was hacked off to allow the cob and stone walls to breathe.

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  • To guard against frost damage they are fired to 1160 degrees centigrade yet remain porous allowing roots to breathe and preventing waterlogging.

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  • The air that we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, and our own bodies all contain radionuclides.

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  • Some ITU's only have patients who cannot breathe without help and so are on ventilators (artificial respirators ).

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  • Breathe deeply and inhale the scents of citrus and olive trees in the tranquil landscaped garden surrounding this beautifully appointed luxury villa.

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  • We cannot breathe a sigh of relief yet, the BT's fate is still hanging the air in some parts of the country.

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  • The usual way we catch the virus is to breathe them in on droplets in the air when someone sneezes.

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  • For example, teachers used the spirometer (a big machine that you breathe into) to explain aspects of lung function.

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  • On the reverse side of the coin, ' Breathe ' arguably has no standout tracks.

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  • Achieving a good fit means more of the air you breathe goes through the respirator filter.

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  • Broken shards stabbing every time you breathe, cutting you up inside.

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  • We cannot breathe a sigh of relief yet, the BT 's fate is still hanging the air in some parts of the country.

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  • Bark shedding helps the tree breathe in smoky atmospheres.

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  • Allows wood to breathe - will not trap moisture.

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  • The steam engine made a sound like a person's breathe when they wheeze.

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  • I could not hear anything except when he would wheeze when he would breathe.

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  • Be careful not to breathe in the malodorous fumes of the chemical solution.

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  • Be careful not to breathe in the malodorousfumes of the chemical solution.

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  • Ventilator. Most premature babies are placed on ventilators to help them breathe, even if only for a short time.

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  • These slings are said to "breathe", creating a comfortable, cool nest for your baby to enjoy.

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  • While polyester might be considered a safe fabric, many parents complain about its inability to breathe.

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  • With the introduction of the Snuza Halo, however, parents can breathe a little easier.

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  • The Snuza will recognize if movement is not sensed, and will actually trigger a vibration if 15 seconds passes without movement, to stimulate baby to breathe.

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  • Knowing your rights under these laws will not only let you breathe a little easier after you drive your new used car away.

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  • Wood is good at both insulating and letting the roof breathe during the warmer months, but it is not nearly as durable as the other two materials.

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  • Look carefully at the upper portion of the boot and make sure that it is made from a soft material like good quality leather, or a synthetic fabric that is porous and will allow your feet to breathe.

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  • Remembering some basic rules will make your life a lot easier and allow you to breathe freely under that formal collar!

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  • Cotton is the most comfortable material since it allows your body to breathe.

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  • Try and go for materials that absorb sweat and that allow your feet to breathe like a blend of Merino wool and cotton.

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  • Cotton is generally the most comfortable material since it allows your body to breathe.

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  • Some people prefer silk for its sensuous feel, and its natural fibers also allow the skin to breathe.

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  • These allow your feet to breathe better than the traditional canvas sneaker and also offer good support to your arches and heels.

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  • Both of these breathe to keep you cool in stressful work situations, while looking crisp and clean.

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  • Among all the natural and synthetic liners being used today, leather allows your feet to breathe and absorbs moisture best.

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  • Sneezing or wheezing - Cats don't normally breathe through their mouths, so you'll notice right away when they are having trouble breathing.

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  • Be careful not to breathe the fumes and follow all directions on the spray bottle.

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  • Unlike a plain plastic tarp, furniture covers are designed to be water-resistant while being able to breathe as well.

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  • Air pollution facts offer concrete proof that we all need to take action to protect and preserve the quality of the air we breathe.

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  • Humans breathe an average of over 3,000 gallons of air every day, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.

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  • Since animals are forced to breathe the same air as humans, disease and premature death effects them just as much.

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  • Owning and driving a hybrid will cut down on emissions and carbon dioxide released into the air we all breathe.

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  • But just because there is a deficit of greenery outside doesn't mean you can't breathe some natural life into your indoor environment.

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  • Do you need some Christmas tree decorating ideas to breathe new life into your old family traditions?

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  • This cutting edge kind of lighting combines crisp and new designs with the latest in technology, all at a price tag that will make your bank balance breathe a sigh of relief.

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  • Breathe new life into old armchairs that you can pick up for a song, by covering them with chintz, chenille, or soft cotton.

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  • The perfect table setting makes special occasion meals even more memorable, plus settings can be used between meals to breathe some life into your dining room or kitchen.

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  • Ageing will allow your ingredients to smooth and blend together.Also like a fine wine, a perfume needs to breathe before you can enjoy its true essence.

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  • Who wants to breathe in sunless tanning mist?

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  • The mineral products have a light texture, which gives your skin an opportunity to breathe, even when you are wearing makeup.

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  • The company claims that these crystals essentially overlap each other when applied, forming a protective barrier while still allowing the skin to breathe.

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  • It's also essential to allow your skin to breathe, and you may want to apply a moisturizer at night, too.

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  • Subtle and natural enough for both men and women to wear, its special water formulation allows the skin to breathe and hydrate, continually renewing your complexion.

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  • While this kind of makeup will not hide every flaw, it will stay in place longer and allow your skin to breathe.

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  • Have her breathe deeply through her mouth.

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  • Either invest in a good tripod and take the photos yourself or hire a freelance photographer and brainstorm ways to breathe new life into boring family portrait poses.

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  • Some wines need to breathe before they are served.

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  • If this is the case, you will want to do this early enough, so it has time to breathe, but not so early that the wine gets too warm.

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  • Most people breathe without thinking about it, which is a good thing until you get stressed out.

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  • Moments of stress make you breathe more shallow, which just increases the feeling of stress.

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  • As you breathe, try to do so deeply, noticing your abdomen rise as you inhale and fall as you exhale.

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  • Learning to breathe deeply from the diaphragm is an important key to managing stress in your life.

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  • Most people are not aware of the way they breathe and rarely inhale and exhale completely.

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  • First, you must become aware of how you breathe and consciously learn deep breathing.

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  • So take a couple of days to just breathe and work on managing job-loss stress so you can be clear headed about your options.

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  • Take you hands and place them over your face (as if you were covering your eyes) and breathe in three to six times.

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  • Chakra focuses on seven energy centers and helps you breathe with the use of yoga to achieve complete relaxation and wellbeing.

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  • Breathe deeply, feeling your belly rise and fall.

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  • Cotton blends are another excellent choice for beach wedding dresses that allow the skin to breathe.

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  • Faith's next two albums, Breathe and Faith were well-received by both country listeners and pop fans.

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  • In this same period, he also charted with two duets - Baby Boy, with Beyonce, which was featured on Dutty Rock and went to number 1 in charts, and Breathe, with Blu Cantrell, from her album Bittersweet.

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  • Fans can now breathe a collective sigh of relief as filming for Sex and the City is now underway.

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  • Do you have an old or plain tee shirt that you need to breathe life into?

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  • When shopping for fabrics to make little girls' sundresses, be sure to choose fabrics that are light and airy; the fabric should breathe, and not stick to the skin.

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  • While this can be more practical for a busy parent, it's always preferable to dress a baby in more natural fibers that breathe, if possible.

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  • The shorts are made of 100 percent polyester and designed to move and breathe well throughout a long day of hard play.

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  • This fabric is ideal for the summer months because it is light and it allows the skin to breathe, preventing both overheating and itchy rashes.

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  • Operating a cool mist vaporizer is another way to help your dog breathe easier.

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  • Bed sheets or similar cotton fabric allow the plants to breathe but prevents frost from forming on the leaves and killing the plant.

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  • Their album 'Learning to Breathe won public acclaim, a Grammy nomination, and went certified gold by the RIAA.

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  • If you must hang it (straight!), then make sure it has enough space to breathe.

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  • Since you are buying the shirts to keep cool, stay away from blends that don't breathe and opt for cotton, linen or silk shirts.

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  • A cheaper hat, while it may look the part, might not breathe and might be prone to cracking.

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  • There is padded neck support and the fabric is designed to both breathe and wick moisture.

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  • The wool used for these quarter socks will insulate and breathe in order to adjust to a range of temperatures.

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  • Most boonie hats are done in lightweight, water-resistant fabrics that breathe and keep you cool.

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  • Every time items are grown or treated with pesticides, chemicals, and toxins, traces (sometimes large traces) end up back in the soil, the water we drink, the air we breathe, and the foods we eat.

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  • They need air to breathe, water to drink, and a diet they can live on.

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  • Since the bacteria that decompose your compost materials need to breathe oxygen, you want to make sure that they get plenty of it.

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  • Cover the jar with plastic wrap and poke a few holes in the top to allow the mixture to breathe.

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  • You not only breathe them in as you sleep, but you absorb them through your skin.

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  • For example, a great summer option is a long-sleeved dress with lacy arms, which allows your arms to breathe and gives the gown added intricacy.

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  • The chiffon coat allows your arms to breathe and you can remove it for added comfort and versatility.

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  • Synthetic fibers do not allow your skin to breathe, therefore causing you to heat up more than you probably should or want to on a summer day.

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  • Many women fainted from being unable to breathe well and some developed deformities as a result of constantly wearing constricting corsets.

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  • You should have a full range of movement and be able to breathe.

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  • When a plus size woman wears a panty girdle today, the fabric is comfortable and allows her skin to breathe.

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  • Therefore, it's imperative to choose clothes that are made for your body, fit perfectly and allow your skin to breathe.

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  • Store the coat in a well-ventilated closet away from heat, and never use a plastic bag for storage purposes, as the coat will not be able to breathe.

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  • This will help the building's occupants to breathe a a bit easier, but the air quality can still be improved.

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  • As you hold the position, breathe deep into your abdomen and expel air fully.

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  • The pepper spray stings the eyes and makes it hard to breathe correctly.

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  • People who breathe through their mouth while sleeping will need to wear a full face mask.

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  • Allergy sufferers may breathe through their mouths, causing snoring problems.

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  • Switchboard features a generous list of dentists in the Chesapeake area who can help patients breathe easier at night.

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  • Surgery for snorers corrects structural problems that may interfere with the ability to breathe during sleep.

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  • The primary problem is loose tissue in the soft palate or throat that can interfere with the ability to breathe openly.

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  • A mouthpiece or other device can help to teach you to breathe through your nose instead.

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  • This narrows your throat and causes the walls of your throat to vibrate as you breathe in and out.

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  • Snoring aids may allow you to breathe easier.

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  • For example, the product Breathe Aid Nasal Dilator works to reduce nasal congestion to stop your snoring.

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  • There is also Breathe Right Snore Relief Throat Rinse, which offers the same benefits but is in a spray form rather than strip form.

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  • Sleepers who breathe through their mouth when they sleep may find that wearing a chinstrap keeps their mouth shut.

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  • A medical professional can give you tips on minimizing congestion so that you can breathe more freely - such as over the counter medications, inhalant cold remedies and sitting up slightly while sleeping.

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  • You might also want to consider having a full face mask available for use when congestion requires you to breathe through your mouth.

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  • These devices force open the airway, allowing you to breathe regularly throughout the night.

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  • This helps to open up the airway, allowing you to breathe easier.

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  • These machines are not a cure, but can eliminate the symptoms of sleep apnea, allowing you to breathe freely while you sleep.

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  • A chinstrap may be helpful for people who tend to breathe with their mouths open but don't want full face masks.

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  • Breathing strips are supposed to help open up nasal passages so that you can breathe better and consequently stop snoring.

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  • The idea behind a throat spray is that it lubricates the tissues in your throat and keeps them from moving when you breathe.

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  • The assumption is that your snoring can possibly be caused by lose throat tissue that "flaps" as you breathe at night.

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  • People may snore because they can't breathe well through their nasal cavities.

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  • Obstructions in the airway lead to vibrations as you breathe, and the vibrations lead to loud breathing sounds.

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  • Apnea occurs when an individual ceases to breathe.

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  • They're sure to let your pocketbook breathe a sigh of relief, your eyes smile as they hide from the blinding sun behind a layer of tinted plastic or polycarbonate material, and you blend in like you belong there.

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  • Today, many soft contact lenses have been treated with UV protection, and they all allow oxygen to pass through and let the eye "breathe."

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  • However, once you see that all of the readers are placed side by side for easy comparison shopping, you are sure to breathe a bit easier!

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  • While you could simply add them to a scrapbook or photo album, wouldn't you rather breathe new life into your cherished Disney pictures?

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  • Harmonix and Electronic Arts are actively working on ways to breathe new life into the genre.

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  • Chronos Twin, a game in development by EnjoyUp studios for the Game Boy Advance, aims to refresh the 2D platforming genre and breathe life into time travel stories.

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  • One thing that Nintendo seems to do very well is to breathe life into classic franchises.

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  • Since it was a young wine, we had it decanted while we enjoyed our first course-giving it time to breathe before the main course.

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  • Oxygenating the wine is what allows it to breathe quickly so that it can and more flavor, nuance and complexity.

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  • Also known as letting the wine breathe, aeration allows tannins to soften and flavors to emerge from behind them.

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  • These wines can sit for an hour or longer in order to breathe.

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  • It's best to avoid Highway 29 as much as possible unless you like to breathe exhaust.

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  • But because of the corks ability to "breathe" a little, many of the ultra-premium wineries are still using cork in their wines because of the proven track record.

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  • Vintage port wines should be decanted and allowed to breathe.

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  • Infants who have heart murmurs and do not thrive, eat, or breathe properly, and older children who lose consciousness suddenly or are intolerant to exercise should be evaluated.

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  • Genes make proteins, which are the ultimate workhorses of the cells, responsible for the many processes that permit humans to breathe, think, and move, among other functions.

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  • It is important to breathe with her through contractions as this keeps her attention on what she needs to do.

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  • Up to this point, the woman may feels as if her participation is small, because all she has done is breathe.

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  • A stuffy nose is caused by dilated blood vessels, which swell the nasal passages and make it harder to breathe.

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  • When the child's airway becomes increasingly swollen and more mucus is secreted, it becomes more challenging to breathe.

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  • If the airway continues to swell, it may approach a point at which the child can no longer breathe.

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  • The level of throat pain varies from uncomfortable to excruciating, when it is painful for the patient to eat, breathe, swallow, or speak.

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  • Children who breathe through their mouths at night because of nasal congestion often get sore throats that improve as the day progresses.

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  • If a small object slips back into the throat and blocks the trachea, the child may become unable to breathe, and unless the child is helped to eject the object quickly, the child may asphyxiate and die.

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  • The Heimlich maneuver is used when a child is choking on a foreign object to the extent that he/she cannot breathe.

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  • Premature infants lack a substance, called surfactant, that permits their lungs to expand and breathe normally.

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  • Sometimes adults breathe in the eggs when the bed covers are shaken; however, this is very uncommon.

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  • It is important that children and adolescents who wear contact lenses have glasses to wear and that glasses are worn every day to give the eyes a chance to breathe.

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  • Without amniotic fluid to breathe, a baby will have underdeveloped and immature lungs.

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  • The baby retains carbon dioxide and may lapse into unconsciousness unless stimulated to breathe.

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  • Listening to an older child or adult breathe usually enables pediatricians, family physicians, and pulmonary specialists to estimate where an airway obstruction is located.

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  • A fractured nose or jaw may affect the ability to breathe or eat.

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  • The Heimlich maneuver is used when a person is choking on a foreign object to the extent that he/she cannot breathe.

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  • Their neck muscles and the muscles between their ribs will contract with each effort to breathe, and their chest may cave in as well.

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  • During recovery the mother is encouraged to turn, cough, and deep breathe to keep her lungs clear, and the neonate is usually brought to the mother to breastfeed if she so desires.

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  • It occurs most commonly in workers in manganese mines who must breathe air containing high levels of manganese dust (in a concentration of 5-250 mg/cubic meter).

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  • Nasal trauma is defined as any injury to the nose or related structure that may result in bleeding, a physical deformity, a decreased ability to breathe normally because of obstruction, or an impaired sense of smell.

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  • Children with Tay-Sachs also have other symptoms, such as loss of peripheral (side) vision, inability to breathe and swallow, and paralysis as the disorder progresses.

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  • The most common prenatal surgeries are for conditions in which the child will not be able to breathe on its own after birth.

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  • In a successful procedure the lungs are developed enough that the baby will breathe on its own at birth.

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  • After the air passage is cleared, the umbilical cord is cut and the newborn can breathe on its own.

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  • Intubation-A procedure in which a tube is inserted through the mouth and into the trachea to keep the airway open and to help a patient breathe.

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  • Food is not given by mouth to individuals who are having muscle spasms for fear they will breathe the food into their lungs.

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  • Some patients find it helpful to breathe fresh air or get mild exercise, such as taking a walk.

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  • Frequent upper respiratory illnesses often stuff the nose, forcing these children to breathe through their mouths.

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  • If the child cannot breathe or cannot swallow emergency medical attention should be sought.

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  • The prognosis for asphyxia neonatorum depends on how long the newborn is unable to breathe.

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  • Some infants are placed on a ventilator to help them breathe, and some receive transfusions of platelets, which help the blood clot when there is internal bleeding.

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  • Holding the breath cannot actually hurt a child; the child will breathe involuntarily before harm occurs.

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  • Humidifiers should produce moist air to keep mucus from drying and to make it easier for the child to breathe.

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  • When the infant is born and must breathe air, the lungs are not able to work properly.

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  • Many premature infants require time and support with breathing and feeding until they mature enough to breathe and eat unassisted.

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  • Surfactant is normally produced in the fetal lungs in the last months of pregnancy, which helps the air sacs to open up at the time of birth so that the newborn infant can breathe freely.

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  • Mechanical ventilators may be used for those whose ability to breathe is impaired and intravenous nutrition may be provided until any paralysis is corrected.

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  • Individuals who are close to drowning can also regurgitate their stomach contents and breathe these into the lungs.

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  • About one-third of near-drowning victims are intubated and initially need mechanical support to breathe.

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  • Between attacks, the individual can breathe normally.

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  • The resistance forces the person to breathe in more slowly and reduces stridor.

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  • Once an infant can breathe unaided, physical therapy is initiated to help the child relearn how to suck and swallow.

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  • Some research reveals that passive smokers, or those who unavoidably breathe in second-hand tobacco smoke, have an increased chance of many health problems such as lung cancer, asthma, and sudden infant death syndrome in babies.

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  • Make sure the victim can breathe; administer CPR if necessary.

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  • If a newborn infant is to breathe properly, the small air sacs (alveoli) at the ends of the breathing tubes must remain open so that oxygen in the air can get into the tiny blood vessels that surround the alveoli.

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  • This means fabrics that breathe (because you're probably going to sweat) and that let your body move easily.

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  • Babies with RDS may need additional oxygen and mechanical breathing assistance to help them breathe.

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  • It allows you to be legal and keep a few things secret, but you can still enjoy showing off your body and letting your skin really breathe in the sun and water, just as nature intended.

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  • This way your kiss won't turn sloppy and it gives you a chance to breathe.

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  • Remember, yoga is not a competition, and you'll achieve a greater acceptance of your body's abilities if you listen to it and breathe through each pose thoroughly.

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  • If they are clingy, tight, or do not breathe, it will be difficult for any yogi to focus on their practice.

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  • Clothing that is too small will restrict movement, not allow you to breathe properly, and result in a less than optimum practice.

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  • Pranayama practice is based on the understanding that while breathing is an involuntary practice, how you breathe is voluntary and can affect both mind and body.

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  • But once it's done, you'll have a tool that can breathe and grow as your business grows.

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  • No amount of funding will breathe life into a dead horse.

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  • It's a fact that the way you breathe can have a significant impact on the way your body naturally reacts to stress.

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  • There are also many more fabrics for a squad to choose from - the usual cotton or nylon fabrics - but also more advanced spandex blends and microfiber polyester blends that breathe and wick away perspiration.

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  • Remember to fully ventilate the room so you do not breathe in risky fumes, and try to complete your cleaning as quickly as possible.

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  • It is also one of the most important steps you can take to ensure that the air you and your family breathe is clean.

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  • Simply take a deep breathe, resolve to do better the next day, and move on.

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  • The Southwest Naturopathic Medical Center explains that modern life results in almost constant exposure to toxins - from the air you breathe, the water you drink, and a diet based on highly processed, low-fiber high-fat foods.

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  • This doesn't mean that you don't breathe while performing the exercise, it simply means that the energy supplied to generate movement doesn't come from the aerobic system.

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  • You breathe heavily with the added weight.

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  • It's important to breathe when performing these moves, inhaling during active phases and exhaling when returning to a rest position.

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  • Breathe while keeping your body in alignment.

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  • To intensify the stretch, breathe in once again.

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  • Aerobic exercise is the kind that keeps your heart pounding for a while, utilizing the air you breathe to power a complex, calorie-burning process.

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  • Then, breathe deeply, and let the weight of your body sink into the roller.

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  • Hold the position and breathe in and out softly.

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  • As such, you should always breathe out or exhale during the crunch or flexing phase of an abdominal exercise.

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  • It is easy to forget to breathe when you are doing this exercise.

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  • As you breathe out, move your legs to the front of your body and draw them to your chest.

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  • It improves muscle tone and increases your lung capacity.Lung capacity is a measure of how much air you can breathe in to fuel your activities.

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  • Also, don't forget to breathe as you hold the pose.

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  • Cardiovascular equipment engages your major muscle groups in a rhythmic and repetitive fashion in order to increase your heart rate and breathe volume.

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  • Not only does running burn off lots of calories, but it also works your core as you hold your body upright and engage your abdomen as you breathe.

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  • While you perform your abdominal strength training, understanding how to breathe is the key to the overall effectiveness of your workout.

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  • It's usually unreasonable to expect comfort when dressed to the nines, but it's nice to be able to eat and breathe.

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  • Breathe - For practical, every day wear, these Barely There panties have just what you need to feel comfortable and are designed with a soft breathable fabric with a wide, low-rise waistband without seams or tags.

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  • Moisture-wicking fabric keeps the skin cool no matter what the climate, while mesh panels provide ventilation and allow the skin to breathe.

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  • Even better, the fabric is chemical-free from cultivation all the way through to manufacturing, so you can breathe as easily as you would in a French spa, even if you're just lounging in your own bathroom.

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  • Amoena makes forms that adhere to the skin and are designed to breathe so that you remain comfortable.

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  • The looseness of knickers means that your skin can breathe more naturally, which keeps you healthier overall.

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  • The camis are constructed of soft microfiber, so your skin is able to breathe in warm weather.

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  • Letting the skin breathe is extremely important.

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  • Be sure to take it out of the plastic bag immediately, however, as leather has to breathe to stay in good condition.

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  • Opt for cloth storage bags to allow the fabric to breathe.

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  • They usually breathe the best and are overall healthiest.

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  • Each can breathe well and responds to the temperature of both your body and the outside elements.

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  • There's nothing more uncomfortable than thick underwear that just won't stay put and won't let you breathe; that's why men's mesh briefs are such a hit.

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  • They keep odor to a minimum because they allow your skin to breathe in the most intense conditions.

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  • New technologies in textiles means that the new nylon fabric used to make these underwear is soft, allows your skin to breathe and is very lightweight.

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  • However, if you are in need of maximum warmth, you'll want to avoid most polyester-based fabrics as they don't breathe.

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  • In very cold weather, you want clothes that breathe so that you may maximize your body's efficiency.

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  • So for winter camping or something similar, look for fabrics that are more natural, such as wool and silk, or man-made fabrics especially designed to keep you warm but still breathe.

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  • Some women might find that if it's worn for several hours at a time, they begin to become uncomfortable because it doesn't breathe.

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  • If the velour is cotton, it will work well to wick moisture and water away from your body; if it is polyester, it will not wick away moisture and will not allow your skin to "breathe."

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  • Try to find something without too much polyester, as it doesn't allow the skin to breathe enough during a long workout.

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  • While some of the newer synthetic fabrics do allow your skin to breathe, most of them can trap moisture next to the nipple.

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  • These are streamlined and straightforward, but the fabric tends to be at least 50% polyester, which of course doesn't breathe.

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  • It's cotton, so it allows your skin to breathe if you are working out in the garden and it's relatively inexpensive.

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  • And they do it while allowing your skin to breathe well through a variety of different materials, from cotton to rubber.

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  • It does not breathe and can make you sweat and chafe.

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  • This is still true - it's better for your most sensitive skin to be able to fully breathe.

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  • The sized waistband has no binding cord, so you'll be comfortable and breathe well all day, while the body shaping support tightens your rear, tummy and thighs.

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  • Some women advise going a size larger to both breathe and prevent muffin top.

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  • The downside to vinyl is that it doesn't allow your skin to breathe like lace and cotton lingerie.

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  • Cotton allows your skin to breathe, whereas vinyl and leather don't.

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  • Take two or three cinchers to the dressing room with you and find the one that is snug, but not so tight that you find it hard to move or breathe.

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  • Some prefer not to wear a bodysuit because they feel as if the suit is so tight that they can't breathe in them.

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  • Some of the most memorable singles from this record include Harder to Breathe, Sunday Morning, and Must Get Out.

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  • Likewise, a popular soundtrack or placement in a popular film can breathe new life into a song that has stopped selling, bring renewed interest to a band that has fallen from the spotlight or make overnight stars of underground musicians.

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  • After becoming a top ten hit when it was originally released, the song later helped breathe new life into Franklin's flagging career, thanks to the release of an updated version twelve years later.

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  • Recorded at the famed Abbey Road Studios, the album features 10 different tracks (originally intended for two sides) including Speak to Me, Breathe, On the Run, Time, The Great Gig in the Sky and Eclipse.

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  • Use bold colors, larger letters, and any other method you can think of to impress upon your guests that they shouldn't breathe a word about the party to the guest of honor.

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  • The biography of Ray J tells the story of a musician who managed to breathe new life into a waning career with a little help from Kim Kardashian and VH1.

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  • New comers to Whedon's universe breathe passionate life into his characters and quickly gain the adoration, whether they are good or evil, of the audience.

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  • He needed sounds that would breathe life into the Star Wars universe to make it real.

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  • For fans who live and breathe BSG, there's also an all new Battlestar Galactica trivia game bonus on the DVD, and for those who want to, The Plan can be watched through Video on Demand at a number on online options.

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  • These have a variety of causes, usually improper cleansing or restrictive clothing that does not allow skin to breathe.

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  • It may become difficult to breathe, resulting in unconsciousness.

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  • Since toenails need to breathe in order to remain healthy, it certainly is no surprise that constricted toes will suffer over time.

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  • For a fresh spin, why not opt for a "something blue" pedicure and rock either OPI's Breathe Life, No Room for the Blues, or the classic true blue, Blue My Mind.

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  • To treat this extreme form of prickly heat rash, remove layers of clothing and allow the skin the opportunity to breathe and air out.

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  • It is a no-chip finish that allows your natural nails to breathe and grow long and strong and the glossy finish will last up to three weeks.

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  • Nasal congestion may also force you to breathe through your mouth, which dries out the lips and causes them to chap.

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  • Additionally, by heightening awareness, those suffering with the illness can breathe a little easier knowing that the general public is more educated about their medical condition.

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  • Open your pores by leaning over a sink of warm to hot water and breathe in the steam.

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  • Wear 100 percent cotton or wool socks, which allow your feet to breathe better than any synthetic fabric blends, during treatment.

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  • For a tighter fit, you could use vet wrap (available at farm supply stores) but make sure you leave a space to breathe and hiss obscure-but-menacing threats at your enemies.

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  • Wool did not breathe and would become itchy and unbearable.

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  • There was a window to see through, but it blocked the debris in the air so that the workers wouldn't breathe it in as they did their job.

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  • It was used to breathe new life into dull web pages with style and flash.

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  • If he had simply ignored her, she might have been able to get her emotions under control, but now a sob threatened so convincingly that she was afraid to breathe.

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  • He leaned his forehead against hers, listening to her breathe.

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  • Shadows crawled over the world around her, and the tension in the air made it hard to breathe.

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  • The air around him was even harder to breathe.

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  • His heart stopped in his chest, and for a long moment, he couldn't breathe.

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  • She tried to pull away, but he pressed her harder against the wall until she could barely breathe.

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  • Kiki strained to breathe.

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  • You make me forget how to breathe.

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  • Now you'll tell me it's illegal for her to breathe the air down there.

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  • Jenn closed her eyes, struggling to breathe.

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  • Her chest clenched until it was difficult to breathe.

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  • Only when she reached the other side of the bridge did she permit herself to breathe.

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  • There's no room to breathe.

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  • Jessi's heart was flipping in her chest, and she was finding it hard to breathe at the thought of a second night with him.

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  • The famous defence of Haarlem, lasting through the winter of 1572 to July 1573, cost the besiegers 12,000 lives, and gave of the insurgent provinces time to breathe.

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  • On the 31st of August he seemed to rally, and one who slept in his bedchamber and who heard him praying, declared, "a public spirit to God's cause did breathe in him to the very last."

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  • The cord was drawn tight and the victim ceased to breathe; its spirit passed into the world of the gods.

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  • The walking or climbing fishes, which are peculiar to south-eastern Asia and Africa, are organized so as to be able to breathe when out of the water, and they are thus fitted to exist under conditions which would be fatal to other fishes, being suited to live in the regions of periodical drought and rain in which they are found.

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