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Old 07-09-2017, 07:04 PM   #76 (permalink)
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Yup, hyperventilating is the root cause, from crying too hard. Only needs to be a split second or a huge gasp to get them into it. My wife reminded me that it can be a fight or flight mechanism in some cases according to the neurologist.
With my daughter, it was instant. Not a sound until you puffed air. I'd tell her to breathe, and puff. I wish the younger one did it. She goes straight for tantrum.
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With my daughter, it was instant. Not a sound until you puffed air. I'd tell her to breathe, and puff. I wish the younger one did it. She goes straight for tantrum.
The other day, she fell off of a bench onto the concrete. There was an audible scream and cry. We thought we were in the clear. Then it was the silent scream. That's the first time we saw her eyes roll into the back of her head. I blew air onto her face, but I don't think it worked. She was out for a second, then was awake again. She took about 5 minutes to start running around again.
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