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I can't really understand how you need to clear your throat though if you don't have phlegm; what exactly are you clearing? Is it just a dry cough response (cold air?), or are you actually spitting something up? Phlegm production when doing cardio-type activities is pretty normal. Most cyclists and runners are hocking lugies everywhere. When I was running a ...


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The real answer is oxygen debt during the set. It is the same effect as with sprinting all-out. http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/oxygen+debt


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It's doubtful your heart rate was in sync; you can't really state that without monitoring. You can measure your stride: it's usually around 160 (strides per minute), with a lot of conventional running gurus touting 180 as better for a variety of reasons. Your breathing and stride can be matched up and this whole thing is known as locomotor-respiratory ...


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In reference to the original question; I think that you may have a valid point. Before I had rhinoplasty, I used to sweat mildly. It was never an issue. The rhinoplasty didn't go to plan due to a knock I received while still wearing the splint. This lead to a 2nd rhinoplasty which has now made the structure of my nose quite weak and has lead to breathing ...


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One way to learn to breathe deeper is to learn how to breathe differently on purpose: place one hand on the center of your chest and the other hand on your stomach, with your little finger touching your navel. When lot of people who have shallow breaths take a breath, it only moves their top hand (a "chest breath,") which is fast, doesn't use very many ...



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