Halitophobia is the term for fear of bad breath. I don't think there exist a phobia for fear of breathing but I guess it would be "Anapnophobia" or something.
Asphyxiphobia - Fear of impaired breathing or suffocation.
yes they can because if you start breathing deeply that's how they smell your fear : )
fear of being closed in; fear of being in room without a door; difficulty breathing if enclosed
To get over the fear of tornadoes a person can try seeing a psychiatrist. They can also listen to calming music and do deep breathing exercises to ease their fears. The fear of tornadoes is called lilapsiphobia.
she has a random fear of cotton wool and hates other people breathing on her
It doesn't. Species, water temperature and excitement/fear or activity will change a fishes breathing rate. The fishes size has no effect on it at all.
Stress, Pain, Fear, Exercise, Smoking , Drugs.-Mrs. Lautner
its means that the alien is alive and that is breathing so its nothing to fear
Mental illness, a panic attack,
Fear can do a lot of things to a person. Fear can stop people from moving, cause people to lose control of their bowel, cause people to shake, panic, scream, breathe heavily, breathe uncontrolably, cry, and yes even stop breathing. In some cases, it can cause a person to lose pigment in their skin, make their hair stand, or send eerie chills up one's spine. In the worst cases, it can go as far as causing someone's death. Most often if you stop breathing from fright, you will pass out and start breathing again .
It can make your blood pressure and heart rate rise and your breathing become rapid and shallow
Exercise, Tachycardia, Anxiety, Fear, or Excitement.
found it! http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/exhibitions/brain/index.asp It all depends on where the emotions are processed. In the case of fear and anger, they are processed in the amygdala, and the amygdala also controls muscles, etc. So, that's why besides breathing heavily, you also start shaking, etc. Check the site out, it's really cool!! :)
Absolutely. Once a person has something to fear, their "fight or flight" response kicks in which will increase the heart rate and breathing rate so there is more oxygenated blood going to the muscles and they can fight or run.
Caligynephobia is the fear of beautiful women. Some of the symptoms of caligynephobia include dizzy spells and rapid breathing, similar to that of a panic attack.
Breathing is breathing is breathing whatever you use to do it with. There is no special term or word to my knowledge that specifically means "Breathing with gills".
Breathing techniques include deep abdominal breathing, chest breathing, relaxed breathing, and holding breaths.
Inspiration is breathing in. Expiration is breathing out.
There are several tips that might assist one in conquering the fear of public speaking. Some things are being organized, know your topic, rehearsing , deep breathing and making sure to focus on the material of the speech rather than the audience.
Rescue breathing is used when there is a pulse, but no breathing. CPR is used when there is no breathing and no pulse.
-pnea means breathing, so tachynpea is rapid breathing, apnea is no breathing, and eupnea is normal breathing.It means breathing, or pertaining to breathing.
Fear is a chain reaction in the brain that starts with a stressful stimulus and ends with the release of chemicals that cause a racing heart, fast breathing and energized muscles, among other things, also known as the fight-or-flight response.From the lighter side: I'm afraid to say...