If you are a human and you breathe in a vaporized nitrogen, that’s one thing. You are getting some of the nitrogen of your body into your lungs and you are getting some of the nitrogen absorbed into your bloodstream too. You have also inhaled some of the nitrogen you exhaled. That’s not bad but it does depend on how much nitrogen you breathe in and exhale.
The good news is that once you are inhaling the vaporized nitrogen, you will be able to exhale a little bit of the nitrogen that you inhaled. I can’t say that it is bad for you because nitrogen is actually a very good thing, but it is still bad.
One of the symptoms of nitrogen poisoning is feeling very run down, like you have an empty bladder. That feeling will still be there in a few hours. We will see how much of the nitrogen we are inhaling, plus the little bit we are exhaling, and how it effectens our moods.
The nitrogen, it’s a gas, is in some ways like the air we breath. We don’t really get to control what it takes in, but we can’t exhale it if we want to breathe. The only thing we can do is make sure that we don’t get in the way of our bodies natural processes of breathing, like for example breathing in through our nose.
The nitrogen in our bodies comes in a few different forms. One is watery, like when you are on the bathroom floor and you want to pee. Another is a very thin, very sharp crystal. A third is the more common form of nitrogen, which is what we are inhaling. Its a very fine, very thin, very sharp crystal. The other forms of nitrogen are the ones we are exhaling, but not all of them are the same.
The nitrogen we exhale in our lungs is also the same as the nitrogen we are inhaling. This is because our bodies are made up of a mixture of all three of these different forms of nitrogen. For example, if we are on a bathroom floor and want to pee, we also exhale through our nose. In the same way our lungs are made up of watery nitrogen.
The nitrogen we inhale is what we experience when we breathe in oxygen, and the nitrogen we exhale is what we experience when we breathe out oxygen. These two gases are very different. We are inhaling about 40%, and exhaling about 60% of our oxygen. The other 20% is nitrogen, which is just a very fine, very thin, very sharp crystal.
So in your brain there are about 80,000,000 atoms of nitrogen. So if we want to get rid of that one that is in our nose and exhale we need to be able to pull out that one that is in our lungs. This is called “phrenetic breathing.” Basically, it’s a form of biofeedback for the brain, which is why we can sit still at a computer, playing a video game, and not feel any difference in our energy levels.
Well, actually, we can feel our energy levels, and they go up and down. But instead of up, they are usually flat. That’s what phrenetic breathing is all about. The rest of the oxygen is in the bloodstream.
That’s why we breathe through the nose and exhale through the mouth. Our bodies are designed to deal with an abundance of oxygen, but to get the benefit of a better-than-average supply of oxygen, we need to breathe through our noses (and through our mouths, since our tongues can’t deal with enough oxygen). We then absorb it through our own blood, and this is how we get the nitrogen we breathe out of our bodies.