Cool Body Tricks Part 2. Part 1: /funny_pictures/3925253/Body+Hacks/ Credit for both of these goes to /user/BackInOmNomNam. Exit " Going for a run and have that

Cool Body Tricks Part 2

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Going for a run and have that side-
Drunk? High? Peeling extremely dizzy?
Burn your hand on a hot pan and dont
want that **** to blister?
Want to get rid of that nose bleed fast?
Seared for that first date, Forever Alone
Guy? Watching a scary movie?
Need to breath under water, but want
to do it longer than normal?
Teeth hurting like hell? Want to stop
that nesting tooth ache effectively?
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#50 - supercrazyhaha (07/22/2012) [-]
that hyperventilating before you hold your breath is a very bad idea. I have been freediving for 8 years now and thats how you die, your body thinks it has more oxygen when it does not which will cause you to pass out underwater. please never do this as many people have died by hyperventilating before practising static apnea (holding there breath). This is called shallow water blackout.

stay safe. take my advice and not OP's.
User avatar #51 to #50 - dederplaol (07/22/2012) [-]
OP telling me to take his advice and not trust OP
brain overload because OP says "do" and "don't" about the same thing twice, swb incoming
User avatar #55 to #51 - buckyforever (07/22/2012) [-]
User avatar #53 to #50 - fuzzyballs (07/22/2012) [-]
I was kinda going to say that, but okay
User avatar #59 to #50 - xombiemaster (07/22/2012) [-]
...I do it all the time. Oh god.
#57 - Cyraxx (07/22/2012) [-]
#4 - mrpond (07/21/2012) [-]
need to breathe* underwater?   
become a fish   
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need to breathe* underwater?

become a fish

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User avatar #30 - swimmingprodigy (07/22/2012) [-]
DONT do the hyperventilating one.

As a lifeguard, I know that that **** is dangerous. You have more carbon dioxide in your bloodstream that your body is unaware of, that way when you get down to low levels of oxygen due to a sporting event or something, it's actually "double" low due to the previous hyperventilation. It's very easy to pass out unexpectedly because your body doesnt know.

I suck at explaining but hope that makes sense
#42 to #30 - valorking (07/22/2012) [-]
Thanks for posting this, its important no one actually try to attempt swimming like that.
User avatar #44 to #42 - swimmingprodigy (07/22/2012) [-]
i would hate to see someone actually try this because they think it works, and it has the exact opposite effect. This isnt 4chan where people try to get others to kill themselves for the lulz
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#17 - bazda (07/22/2012) [-]
I call ******** on the last one. Veins don't link different parts of the body, they go from where they are, straight to the heart. All of the blood that goes to your head comes straight up from your heart, through the carotid arteries in your neck.
#56 to #17 - hemming (07/22/2012) [-]
But... All of them are ******** ...
#79 - perrbear (07/22/2012) [-]
Now do them all at once.
#65 - gongthehawkeye (07/22/2012) [-]
Mfw "Blow on your thumb"
#3 - Tommovdv (07/21/2012) [-]
hyperventilation doesn't "trick" your body into "thinking" it has more o2 and less co2. It actually has..
#8 to #3 - jakeattack ONLINE (07/22/2012) [-]
and having less co2 means it wont trigger your need to come up for air.....and you will run out of oxygen and drowned OP is trying to kill us
http://en (dot) wikipedia (dot) org/wiki/Shallowwaterblackout
User avatar #34 to #8 - spankyy (07/22/2012) [-]
I don't know much of the science here, but I remember on Stan Lee's Superhumans, there was a guy that could dive REALLY far underwater without a scuba suit and then come back up no problem. Like scuba diver levels, but without an oxygen tank. He hyperventilated before going down if I'm not mistaken.
#80 to #34 - jakeattack ONLINE (07/22/2012) [-]
maybe he was able to push it and know when to stop by experience
User avatar #104 to #80 - spankyy (07/23/2012) [-]
most likely.
User avatar #22 to #8 - cmurphyjrjrjr (07/22/2012) [-]
...and also hyperventilating underwater will fill your lungs with water, thus ending your life
User avatar #11 to #8 - whatisop (07/22/2012) [-]
i was about to say this. good job
#47 - kievaughnb (07/22/2012) [-]
So you're telling me that if I hyperventilate I can breathe underwater?
#83 - gentlememe (07/22/2012) [-]
<- OP
#94 - primecrime (07/22/2012) [-]
MFW the first one is the answer to a problem i have been having for the last 3 years....
#85 - schrodngrscat (07/22/2012) [-]
I still don't know whether or not to believe most of these... Clearly the breathing underwater one is just OP trolling but some other ones seem legit...
User avatar #87 to #85 - ledvogs (07/22/2012) [-]
the breathing underwater one works, i knew it before i read this. Its actually potent if you need to swim a crucial race and you want to breath less.
#90 to #87 - schrodngrscat (07/22/2012) [-]
Ah I see...
User avatar #88 to #85 - stuckinapool (07/22/2012) [-]
It's not for breathing underwater...just holding your breath longer. And it does work.

Swimmerfag here and I approve this message.
#89 to #88 - schrodngrscat (07/22/2012) [-]
My mistake. Thanks for correcting me.
User avatar #91 to #89 - stuckinapool (07/22/2012) [-]
No problem at all. And you're right, it does sound really fishy...because it does say "breathing underwater"
#95 to #91 - schrodngrscat (07/22/2012) [-]
Yeah that was what threw me off.
#66 - antirepostmovement (07/22/2012) [-]
hyper-ventilating when diving is extremely dangerous. read about shallow water blackouts...
#61 - eloschmidt **User deleted account** (07/22/2012) [-]
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User avatar #60 - handyofdoom (07/22/2012) [-]
i have some dumbass class mates who would hyperventilate and then have their friend push up on their chest so that they passed out.

******* idiots tried to get me to do it.
#84 to #60 - funmanigro (07/22/2012) [-]
did he died?
User avatar #24 - Ninotori (07/22/2012) [-]
The running one is incorrect. Your supposed to breath OUT on the right foot because when you breath IN on the right foot, the expanded lung and the pressure of the weight of your body being placed on that side of your body puts pressure on the liver.

Also, it is perfectly possible to breath that way when running, so long as it's a comfortable jogging pace and not a sprint. You will breath fast than normal, especially if your like me and you have a heart that can deal with high cardio real easy, but it won't make you feel any different and it will stop the pain in your side. Works just as well when you walk off a sprint.

Trust me, I'm a nursing student. I have to know this **** .
User avatar #33 to #24 - Endofzeeworld ONLINE (07/22/2012) [-]
My PE teacher told me that the stitch in your side is your lungs stretching to accommodate more air, just like your muscles grow stronger when you exercise them, to accommodate a higher strain.
User avatar #35 to #33 - Ninotori (07/22/2012) [-]
Your PE teacher is an idiot. Your lungs don't have to stretch to accomodate more air, they can stretch to the size of a tennis ball court.

When your lungs expand, on the right side they press down directly onto the liver, and the force of your step pressing the opposite direction causes more pressure on the liver.
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User avatar #36 to #35 - Endofzeeworld ONLINE (07/22/2012) [-]
Hm. I see. Thank you kindly, but the insult towards my teacher was unnecessary. You could have simply said he was wrong.
User avatar #37 to #36 - Ninotori (07/22/2012) [-]
I wasn't saying he's an idiot as an insult, it's a just a fact. Also, why the hell do you care about your PE teacher being insulted on the internet? He's not here how would he know...
User avatar #38 to #37 - Endofzeeworld ONLINE (07/22/2012) [-]
I like the man, and I respect him. Even if he was wrong about a single bio fact. He is still a nice guy, and I don't like to see people I like get insulted. Thats all.
User avatar #39 to #38 - Ninotori (07/22/2012) [-]
I suppose so. Well, sorry to offend. But, the guy did make an awfully stupid mistake for a guy trained in physical education. PE majors are supposed to take like six biology classes, two of which are human anatomy directed.
User avatar #40 to #39 - Endofzeeworld ONLINE (07/22/2012) [-]
He was kind of a temp. He was actually a Physics teacher filling in. Not really a bio guy.
User avatar #41 to #40 - Ninotori (07/22/2012) [-]
Then he wasn't a PE teacher.
User avatar #13 - shashashadow (07/22/2012) [-]
I thought that if you felt dizzy it was first instinct to grab a stable structure... guess I'm just special.
#96 - bluebutton (07/22/2012) [-]
User avatar #82 - sgc (07/22/2012) [-]
reading this while eating me some microwaved pie
burn my finger on molten pie innards
push finger to other finger
blistered anyways
**** you op i don't think any of these work
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