The whoosh effect is a phenomenon that occurs when you open your mouth and exhale. It is basically the air that is released from your nose and mouth when you do this. This is a big deal because it allows air to travel up your respiratory tract and get to other parts of the body. This creates a sensation in the part of the brain that controls your respiratory system. This is the brain’s way of communicating that you’re opening your mouth all the way.
The problem is that the air you exhale is not the air you inhale. It’s the air that was previously inhaled. This is because exhaling air has a very different chemical composition than inhaling air. This means that the air you exhale contains more oxygen and less nitrogen and other components. All of this allows for the air to move faster through your body and it has a different effect on your brain.
In order to create the effect, you have to be sitting in a relatively warm environment (most of the time, this means youre in a pool). As the water cools, the water temperature rises and the air temperature cools. This means the air starts moving more rapidly through your body, so your brain can better notice that the air is moving faster through your body. In addition, the air temperature in a cold room is much colder than the air temperature in a warm room.
The whoosh effect has been around for a long time, and has been used by many people in order to combat claustrophobia. In my experience, however, the effect seems to work best with water. So if you can’t swim, the whoosh effect might not work for you. If you can swim, though, the effect should help you overcome the claustrophobia.
The effect is due to the motion of the water molecules, which vibrate at different frequencies. It has been found that these frequencies can affect our heart rate, blood pressure, and even the way we sleep. These results have been replicated in other studies, and it seems that the whoosh effect is present in most people. In my first study I found that people who had high blood pressure were more likely to have the whoosh effect.
The whoosh effect is an interesting one. It may be more common than people think, because it’s found not just in people. It has been found in a few other animals as well. In experiments involving rodents, it has been found that the motion of a water jet can affect their heart rate and blood pressure. It’s not just animals either. It has been found that the water in some rooms in the world’s oceans can also cause the whoosh effect.
It’s a little surprising, it’s just a little more likely to happen once a person is born. It seems to have a lot of the same things to do with human life, and the fact that it’s been found in a few other animals suggests that it’s not an uncommon phenomenon for humans to develop in their species. It may be more common than people think, because it does seem to happen in the animals themselves.
I guess we will have to wait and see because that is the first we’ve heard of it in humans, but I can’t wait to see what else it has to offer.
The whoosh effect is a very interesting psychological phenomenon. It occurs when a person suddenly notices something that they previously never noticed, and it takes them by surprise. One famous example of this is the experience of a pregnant woman who suddenly notices her baby is moving, and the baby’s heart starts beating. She takes it to her doctor, where she is told that the baby is not moving, but the doctor looks closer and sees the baby’s heart beating.
The whoosh effect is very similar to the feeling of a baby moving around. One of the biggest reasons people are afraid of the whoosh effect is because it appears that they are experiencing something that is outside their normal experience. A number of medical professionals have studied the whoosh effect and have concluded that it is very similar to the “whoosh” a person hears when they hear an unfamiliar noise like a loud noise.