Yawning is a the act of taking a deep involuntary breath. There are several theories about why people yawn, but no one knows the exact cause.
Yawning is a the act of taking a deep involuntary breath. There are several theories about why people yawn, but no one knows the exact cause.
because your sleepy too.
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For many years yawning has been associated with one being tired, bored or stressed. If one wishes to learn more about yawning, the site with the most detailed information would be on Wikipedia.
Yawning in public may seem rude, but there are many polite ways to do it. For starters, do not make a big production about it, or be really loud as to draw attention. Simply mention politely, that you are tired. Then make a fist, and cover your mouth. Then excuse yourself after the yawn is finished.
causing yawning can be because you are tired or did not get enough sleep There are a number of theories that attempt to explain why animals and people yawn. It is likely that there are a number of triggers for the behavior. However, there are a few theories that attempt to explain the primary evolutionary reason for the yawn. None of them has been empirically substantiated. One study states that yawning occurs when one's blood… Read More
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A yawn (from the Middle English yanen, an alteration of yonen or yenen, which in turn comes from the Old English geonian), is a reflex of simultaneous inhalation of air and stretching of the eardrums, followed by exhalation of breath. Pandiculation is the term for the act of stretching and yawning simultaneously. Yawning is associated with tiredness, stress, overwork, lack of stimulation, or boredom. Yawning can also be a powerful non-verbal message with several possible… Read More
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Yes, it can do. The more frequently you shave your legs, the more stubble you will get more often. Other methods such as removal creams and wax however cause less stubble.
I wouldn't advise trying to make yourself ill on purpose but if you honestly felt like being poorly then have a walm drink to pick yourself up:) Answer Making yourself purge is a sign of the start of not the answer to your question/ Bulimia and if you think that's fun then go to: www.Google.com and type in: What is Bulimia Your stomach is a muscle and if you constantly make yourself sick then you… Read More
You get hungry after eating because more blood goes to your stomach and intestine to help digest your food. This causes less blood to be going to your head, giving you the feeling of being sleepy.
boil water... put it into a cup, rest your clogged ear over top of the cup. the steam from the boiled water will unclog your ear.
No. Not at all.
This would depend very much on which country you are going to.
You did not specify the 'they' you are speaking off, but if you mean your parents, I´d suppose your reaction to stress causes it difficult for you to swallow. A Stress can make your throat swell and your saliva go dry.
It sounds like something to do with air pressure in your ear. Like when you yawn or swallow hard to "pop" your ears when flying.
Excess carbon dioxide in the back of your throat simply releases itself in the form of yawning.
I wish someone who knows can tell me how to stop grinding my teeth...I dont know if I do it in my sleep, I definitey do it whe I am awake....I bought a mouth guard and am due to collect it from my dentist next week. Does anyone know if orthodotic treatment would help
Actually that is a lie. Yawns are contagious.
Your stretching your jaw
Anyone's guess. You should take it to a shop and have them check it.
If I understand the question correctly, you want to know why the opponent catches Yawn when a Pokémon uses it. Yawn is a move that makes the other Pokémon fall asleep after one turn, so that's why the other pPkémon yawns as well.
For the same reason that people look up when you look up. You can call it the power of suggestion. its to do with the mide to find out more i would proberly go on health websites or if your that conserned go to doctor or your actual GP yawns are very contagious. so when we yawn we got it from someone and gave it to someone else. Because when you see some one yawn… Read More
becaue when you see soeone yawn it makes ur brain think u need 2 yawn. or yawning is due to the fact you are breathing slower and not taking in enough oxygen
Using the dictionary definition of 'contagious' , No they are not since yawns are not passed on by physical contact as would be the case for contagion. I suspect the questioner meant to ask whether yawns are capable of being passed on to another person. The answer to this question is yes, since by a process of suggestion the person witnessing the yawn receives a subconscious signal telling them that they too can enjoy the… Read More
In take of air its common
the longest yawn goes to phillip cows* (name has been changed) he yawned for 15 seconds!!! omg!! ok bye
Progesterone from ovulatory cycles (not all hormonal cycling in women is ovulatory). And Growth Hormone. And fat. And gluteus maximus muscles underlying your buttocks can also make your hips fill out - they're a very powerful pair of muscle (left & right), since they need to help you stand upright against gravity.
My husband yawn's. scratches and sighs in his sleep!!
if rude and yawning are defined as such i don't see any reason why the act of yawning be rude. yawning is physiologic. would urinating and defecating be rude also?
It isn't because you are tired, it is because your blood lacks oxygen. When you've been idle too long and suddenly move, you can find yourself yawning later on. That's why a person yawns after waking up in the morning. Yawning adds oxygen to the blood. If it bothers you, try deep breathing.
Hello. This could be because you have Asthma. I get this myself and its perfectly harmless. Or you may be experiencing a slight palpitation which is also normal. I'm not sure if a palpitation is all that normal. If a fluttering is in the chest after a sneeze, my bet would be on a twitching or an intermittent spasm of the diaphragm. The diaphragm is a muscle that sits at the base of the lungs… Read More
Because your breath might stink, and nobody wants you breathing bad air out of your mouth. Just keepin' it real
people tend to copy each other's body language so i one person does something their companion will often do it too, perhaps without knowing. This dates back to our stone age days, when we did everything in groups. The yawn would be a signal that it was time to start winding down and go to sleep. BY THE HOLLSTER
Ether you are tired or you are not breathing in deep enough. I think you are not breathing in deep enough. Hope that helps! You are not getting the deep "REM" sleep that you may require for yourself. Ask your doctor for a 'sleep apnea' test. You may need the assistance of a C-PAP machine during your normal sleep time - Used one for the past 3 years and absolutely love it and now can't… Read More
yes yes. Dogs yawn when there brain slows because of lack of oxygen, so it should be the same for humans That is true and YES it means you are *TIRED*
People don't yawn. A yawn is a gasp for air, so now you know the anwer!
No she cant learn yawn.... howerver! She can learn TM44 Rest and TM82 Sleep Talk.
HOLD YOUR BREATH!!!! yawning is due to the fact you are breathing slower and not taking in enough oxygen, so get more sleep for u can breath at a normal pace
This guy was in the movie 'A Girl Like Me' he was one of the transexuals He is gay He got herpies,STD,aids Yawn Carlo Vega and Michael Ryan Thomas married each other in 2009! His Myspace URL is "Touch My Dick" But nobody searched him casue no one wants to "touch his dick" CAUSE HE GOTS STDSSS notice the s's at the end that means more than one .
Yawning is a sign that the brain is not getting enough oxygen, usually this is because the body is transitioning from sleep to being awake; or that there is not enough fresh air in the room. According to recent studies by scientists, the reason for this infectious yawning is because (their theory) it's a way of us communicating emotionally to each other, and we don't really think about it. It's all physiological, and some things… Read More
Well, for one thing we don't even know WHY we yawn. A quite plausible theory is that we yawn to get more oxygen because our tired bodies can't gain enough through normal breathing. Another one is that it's a way to relieve tension and stress. Yawning is almost always a sign of sleepiness and is common in the morning or late at night. When you work out remember to have plenty of rest, food and… Read More
I'm still having the same problem but it lasts for half a minute and I've been told by a doctor the reason for this pain is gas that cause by food and soft drinks.
I know what is #1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9,10,11,14,and 15 is only. 1 is the, 2 is girl, 3 is and,4 is guy, 5 is who, 6 is met, 7 is friends, 9 is revolving, 10 is door, and 11 is and. Sorry but I don't know the rest.
When you yawn, your facial muscles get scrunched up, and that forces some tears out.
No because a sneeze and a cough mean you are breathing out, and you are breathing in when you yawn. A hiccup is when your diaphragm is out of sync with your breathing so you can hiccup with any of them. The above poster is correct, but you can sneeze, cough and pass gas at the same time! Hiccups are caused by sucking in too much air. Often when people are fast eaters (gulping in… Read More
Some people have a theory about why yawns are contagious, but it has since been proven incorrect. The theory goes like this... When you breathe, you take in carbon dioxide. Scientists used to think you yawned because you had too much Co2 in your body, and you yawned it out. When you yawn near someone else, scientists thought that they then breathed in the cloud of Co2 and then needed to yawn it out. And… Read More
Hey there, i used to work in a aquarium and ill tell u that 80% of aquariums tell u to keep ur fighter in a bowl. But realisicly the are much happier in a heated tank (ive seen the proof) U can have a bit of water movement from a filter if u decide to put one in. But i wouldn't get a high powered one that's gonna blow him away. Just make sure u… Read More
When people have no power in the body and feel the laziness or feel boring, that time people take the yawning
Usually, we yawn when we are tired or bored and probably breathing slowly and not very deeply. Then the brain's automatic control of breathing will trigger a deep breath. This is what we call a yawn. This automatic control works from a spot in the base of the brain. Its job is to keep checking on the carbon dioxide in the blood. When there is too much carbon dioxide, the control speeds up our breathing… Read More
because stomach aches usually make you tired by the pain so when your tired you usually yawn! does that helP?
Common reasons for teeth grinding are stress, frustration, anxiety. It could also be as a results of abnormal occlusion (the way the upper and lower teeth fit together), or crooked or missing teeth. This phenomenon is known as "Bruxism". There are different ways to treat this. For more information search for "Bruxism" on Answers.com (link on the right). Tgdan: Teeth grinding (bruxism) in children is very common (espescially when they have new teeth coming through)… Read More
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You yawn when you are sleepy because that is when you take in the least oxygen. Your body takes in more oxygen when you are yawning, which explains the reason to why you take in air when you yawn.
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Yawning It is actually still an unknown mystery of life. Though there are good hypotheses supporting why humans and animals yawn, they are not conclusive. Any explanation about why we yawn will have to explain a number of interesting observations: Yawning occurs even when oxygen and carbon dioxide levels are normal. Yawning may make others yawn (that is, it seems "contagious") and may indicate behavior based on social cues. Other hypotheses: One is that when… Read More
No. There's no contagious element to yawns, but they do seem to be empathetically suggestive. Many people (chimpanzees and rhesus monkeys also) yawn when they see others yawn.
yes because I've done it before with my mom and my Friend in the car. First i yawned then my mom because i was sitting in the front seat, then my Friend yawned so yes yawning is contagious.
I have had this problem for many years and my Dr. said that it was a epiglotal spasm and that breathing into a brown paper bag slowly would help it to go away and it seems to help.But I also have scleroderma and my new Dr. now things it could be linked to that-I have been referred back to my specialist so will report back if i have any news.
IT starts with a tingling, itch-like sensation at the back of the mouth, develops into a deep intake of breath, followed by an equally resonant exhalation -- often to the accompaniment of a satisfying groan. To the medical profession it is a "brainstem-mediated bodily response"; to anyone else it's a yawn. Most animals with any backbone yawn spontaneously but only humans, chimps and possibly some species of monkey suffer from contagious yawning -- when the… Read More
Try and swallow something but while you are doiong it hold your ears. If thst doesn't work contact you doctor. Put your palms over your ears and your fingers on the back side of your head. Snap your first two fingers allowing your first finger to strike the back if your head. Do this for 30 - 50 times quickly making sure your palms are sealing your ears. Cross your first finger over your second… Read More
not enough oxygen is getting into your body
it means either you are bored or they are tired
Reasons: 1) Where, there is a discussion/lecture/conversation going on which you don't like and you don't have any interest in that. 2) An intimation to you where sleep is on head. 3) A sign of tiredness.
yes, and it's very unpleasant, your trachea feels like it was hit with a rock!
it takes about 12 musceles to yawn and 80 musceles to laugh at you if you took this answer from this answer jkjkjkjkjk
Complete lack of hearing is called deafness. Various causes of deafness are defined by specific medical conditions (e.g. presbycusis - old age hearing loss). The term for less than complete deafness is "hearing impairment".
When you see somebody else yawn, your brain subconciously panics that the person is taken up all of the oxygen. So your brain makes you yawn so you get your own intake of oxygen. Just incase it all runs out :)
Look at the sun or a bright light.
Because when you get sleepy your body goes into a sleep mode and takes in less air but since your awake and need more air you yawn to get 'emergency' air. Hope that helped
Dogs yawn as a way to calm themselves when they are stressed. An agility dog (dog that does agility tricks) will often yawn just before he does his run as a way to "stretch", or loosen himself up before doing his run. If you have a dog that yawns during obedience classes, it indicates a need for him to be there, and over time he will become less stressed and more relaxed and you will… Read More
yawning is contagious only if someone sees you do it ... as a sort of social action. It is not contagious in the disease sense. The physiologic function of yawning is to relieve the imbalance between where the blood flows in the lungs (mainly at the base) and where the air flows (mainly at the apex). Note that this is a problem mostly when you are in an upright posture. Yawning is contagious, at least… Read More
You talk to the mirror whos the minor?
Well,If you are outside and the wind blows into the direction you are looking, it will make your eyes tear upbecause the wind is so strong.Some times the water in your eyes builds up and holds it for such a long time, that they just fall out.The only other reason would be that you are sad about something! :)
No, but they will not pull so hard on the leash afterwards. It is believed that over a period of several years, a lot of the visible damage is repaired - so much of the tar, etc, in the lungs is eventually removed - but it depends on how long you have been smoking for, and how much other damage was done.
They will over feed but wont eat everything that you put in there. Just put in enough food so that all of it is eaten in 5-10 minutes or so. Any more and the excess food or fish poop will foul up the water quickly. Yes, they do. They tend to swim away from the food and ignore it or they might just keep eating. Try 1 flake/pellet to see if they are hungry and… Read More
I am a 47 year old woman and 2 years ago I would periodically feel "flutters" in my heart. I had it checked out by a cardiologist and found I had a 95% blockage in a major artery to my heart. If you feel flutters, go to your doctor -- I don't think it's normal.
We yawn cause of the lack of oxygen.
they say its due to a lack of oxygen to the brain....it happens to me as a result of me being around air conditionin Well I always yawn when I'm tired, it gives me more energy but it makes me sleepy or when you se someone else yawning constantly!-Icelopbunny
unfortunately, there is now way to MAKE them. it is up to you to remain a trustworthy person until the trust is rebuilt which can often take a very, very long time. just be patient. this is the consequence for doing things that ruin relationships. You can act in trustworthy ways--which means that you make decisions and act on them with integrity and honesty. However, MAKING someone regain trust is next to impossible because you… Read More
it isn't, yawning is due to the fact you are breathing slower and not taking in enough oxygen
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It is quite normal for the eyes to water when a person yawns. The muscle contractions in the face and jaw squeeze the area around the tear ducts.
On an average and as an estimate a person would blink 5,606,400 time in one year. If that person is awake 16 hours per day. In 80 years a person would have blinked 448,512,000 times 448,512,000 x.03 seconds per blink = 13,455,360 seconds of blinking / 60 seconds in a minute = 224,256 minutes / 60 minutes an hour =3,737.6 hours / 24 hours a day = 155.73 days of darkness in an 80 year… Read More
so that more oxygen can come in easier.
Answer (maybe) This is a nervous reflex of our brain, just like when someone tells you that he/she is hungry, even if you're not, you'll suddenly feel hungry as well. we tend to yawn when we see someone else yawn because we somehow connect to that person's mind when he/she's not having right amount of oxygen in his/her body Edit: Another possible scientific reason as to why we do this: 1. Person observes yawn 2… Read More
Yawning is extremely contagious -- 55% of people who witness someone yawn will yawn within five minutes. If a visually impaired person hears a tape of someone yawning, he or she is likely to yawn as well. Face it, the likelihood of you making it to the end of this answer without looking like one of these gaping maws is unlikely. Although the contagious nature of yawning is well established, we know less about why… Read More
as many times as a judge releases him/her
It’s widely assumed that yawning occurs because we are tired or bored or because we see someone else doing it, but there isn’t any hard evidence to support these beliefs. Scientists do not purport to know all of the biological mechanisms of the yawn, but tend to agree that a yawn is an involuntary respiratory reflex, which regulates the carbon dioxide and oxygen levels in the blood. Technically, a yawn is the reflex opening of… Read More
Neurotransmitter depletion, which means they don't have enough energy to handle what happens around them.
"He Who Yawns" was the actual name of Geronimo (Goyahkla), leader of the Apache band in Arizona.
Brawn, dawn, drawn, gone, lawn, on, pawn, prawn, spawn, swan, yawn, foregone, withdrawn, mantis prawn, river prawn, undergone, tropical prawn. The following website lists words rhyming with 'fawn' according to how many syllables they contain: http://rhymezone.com/r/rhyme.cgi?Word=fawn&typeofrhyme=perfect&org1=syl&org2=l dawn,brawn
Actually, you do not yawn when your tired Specifically. When you yawn, your releasing Carbon Dioxide from your body to keep you alert and awake.
Because people are too stupid to notice that it lets in more air in your body when you don't have enough
We yawn because when we breath through our mouths it brings in more oxygen than when we breath in through our noses. ( which is what most people do.) Sometimes, our brain doesn't think that its getting enough oxgen so it makes you yawn. Try yawning now - feel how much oxgen comes into your mouth? That's why.
It was claimed by ( Be Happy) types it takes Five muscles to smile (not laugh) and 37 to frown- conserve energy!
If your lucky enough to fall in love chances are it is once.
I don't usually post answers on these things, but I'm getting tired of hearing my girlfriends tell me that their hair grows faster when they get goosebumps, so I figure I'll just clear this up once and for all. No, goosebumps do not make hair grow faster. It is a myth that has been fabricated and spread around by women (and some men) who feel that their skin is prickly when they get goosebumps even… Read More
Excess farting can have many causes, usually dietary. Examine your diet to see if you are eating farty foods; like beans. Many people who are mildly intolarent of lactose get farty from dairy products.