Hyperventilation is breathing more air per minute
than the medical norm. Normal minute
ventilation at rest for a 70-kg person is 6 L/min.
alveolar hypocapnia (a lack of CO2). This reduces O2 transport to all
vital organs and promotes chronic diseases.
Overbreathing is common in people with chronic diseases, as this
For more details about hyperventilation, you can visit this
highly-intelligent article from Wikipedia that assumes that
hoverbreathing appears due to panic or some other situations, like
those on the Moon: click here.
Hyperventilation Prevalence Table (Historical
changes) at rest for normal subjects
The references for the above Table can be found here.
For details related to prevalence of chronic overbreathing in the
modern population (more than 90%), visit the Homepage of this site. An
extended analysis of too fast and heavy breathing is provided on this
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