Inhaling Sentence Examples
He stepped into his new trousers, inhaling deeply before buttoning them.
Inhaling the steam is also said to help sufferers of bronchial catarrh.
We scampered over the rocks, inhaling the brisk sea air and later, we drove to Swampscott, to the north, and ate a pleasant sea food lunch.
The risk of infection chiefly arises from inhaling water droplets formed from a contaminated water supply.
Also available on prescription Back to top inhalers and Nasal Sprays Cigarettes can be replaced by inhaling nicotine through the mouthpiece of an inhalator.Advertisement
Fitting is quite a serious symptom, with dangers of inhaling vomit causing respiratory spasm.
Cats are also sensitive to inhaling fumes from these products.
The action of the muscles within the larynx, the diaphragm and the intercostal muscles creates air movement and pressure within the trachea during inhaling and exhaling.
Vocalizations are determined by physical structure as well as the action of the respiratory system muscles and the acts of inhaling or exhaling.
For example, cats meow when exhaling and will purr when both inhaling and exhaling, and this gives each vocalization its own unique sound.Advertisement
The idea that inhaling a pleasant aroma will lead to health benefits is not a new one.
When you choose to burn lavender scented votive candles, you reap the benefit of inhaling the lavender fragrance.
As you are dealing with chemicals not recommended for internal use, always avoid inhaling the spray while tanning.
Practice breathing by sitting comfortably in a dim, quiet place and focus on inhaling and exhaling without becoming sleepy.
This means that after trying alcohol, a teen may be more likely to try inhaling, marijuana, methamphetamines, or other drugs.Advertisement
She was very disappointed in us but she knew that it was basically nothing she could do because we were big young boys and officially addicted to inhaling nicotine, tar and about 400 other low dose poisons.
Depending on what a person hoards, that person may be unable to move around his or her house or be at risk of inhaling dangerous fumes from a collection of gas containers.
Even non-smokers are vulnerable to the dangers of cigarette smoking; inhaling second-hand smoke is just as toxic as it is to the primary smoker.
One if used for inhaling while the other is used for exhaling.
BiPAP machine-the BIPAP machine works similarly to the CPAP, providing a continuous flow of air into the throat with different levels of pressure for inhaling and exhaling.Advertisement
Flex Family technology is designed to improve the patient's comfort by detecting the onset of inhaling and exhaling, and adjusting itself accordingly.
C-Flex+ has the same features as C-Flex, with the additional advantage of softening the transition from exhaling pressure to inhaling pressure, so the change is less dramatic.
Allergic disease arises in the sensitive child from either acute or chronic exposure to certain allergens by inhaling, ingesting, or touching them.
Children can choke by inhaling the balloon or a portion of it into their windpipes.
Aromatherapists recommend inhaling the fragrances of the essential oils of lavender (Lavandula officinalis), thyme (Thymus vulgaris), eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus), sage (Salvia officinalis), and sandalwood.Advertisement
The sound is usually loud enough to be heard at a distance, although sometimes only during deep breathing and can occur on inhaling, exhaling, or both.
Young children also frequently develop acute stridor by inhaling a foreign object, often food such as hot dogs, popcorn, or hard candy.
Acute stridor, especially when caused by inhaling a foreign object, can be a life-threatening emergency.
This can happen either by inhaling contaminated air droplets or by the aspiration of organisms inhabiting the upper airways.
Viral pneumonia stems primarily from inhaling infected droplets from the upper airway into the lungs.
Firemen also run a higher risk of inhaling CO.
Inhaling carbon monoxide gas interferes with this oxygen transport system.
To minimize the chance of youngsters inhaling food, parents should not allow children to eat while walking or playing.
An individual usually acquires B. pertussis by inhaling droplets infected with the bacteria coughed into the air by someone already suffering with the infection.
In most cases, inhaling an allergen sets off the chain of biochemical and tissue changes leading to airway inflammation, bronchoconstriction, and wheezing characteristic of asthma.
Inhaling tobacco smoke (from secondhand smoke or smoking) can irritate the airways and trigger an asthmatic attack.
This can lead to you inhaling just as much nicotine out of fewer cigarettes.
Simply by inhaling the mists released by any of these items, we can make our constitutions more robust and can increase our bodies' ability to fight microorganisms.
Simply by inhaling the scents released by the burning wax of an herbal candle with calming and relaxing qualities, your mind is soothed, stress is relieved and you feel relaxed.
It's important to breathe when performing these moves, inhaling during active phases and exhaling when returning to a rest position.
While inhaling, raise your legs straight up.
Slowly and with control, bring the bar up again to the starting position, inhaling as you move.
Hold the position briefly before inhaling as you return to your starting position.
Homeowners complain of headaches and sore throats from inhaling the fumes.
Put the powder in the palm of your hand and then apply it to keep your little one from inhaling the powder.
The belief is that inhaling these floral, fruity and herbal scents allows the body to relax as it reaps the benefits of essential oils.
Jackson moved closer, inhaling deeply, while bitter tasting saliva collected in his mouth.
The term tobacco appears not to have been a commonly used original name for the plant, and it has come to us from a peculiar instrument used for inhaling its smoke by the inhabitants of Hispaniola (San Domingo).
During allergen deposition the patient should hold their breath to avoid inhaling allergen into lower airways.
Nicotine affects the brain within seconds of inhaling cigarette smoke.
In 2000 a Dutch woman in her 20s died from Pigeon Lung disease caused by inhaling spores from droppings.
Protection of frontline workers The release of a Botulinum toxin aerosol will create an exposed zone that presents a high risk of inhaling toxin.
Unconsciously she sat up, smoothed her hair, got up, and went to the window, involuntarily inhaling the freshness of the clear but windy evening.