You don't have to think about it because there is a part of the brain called the medulla oblongata. This part of the brain regulates many things one of which is breathing. Also if you try to hold your breath, eventually the brain realizes that it is being starved from oxygen and "over rides" you systems causing you to breath again.
Answered by Jessica Henderson aged 12
breathing is when you can breath yourself without the help of anything however ventilation is when you need the help of something to breath.....
done without thinking such as breathing
you first breath in and then you breath out
No, breathing is not voluntary. We breathe because we need to and we don't think about it. If we didn't breathe we would be dead, so it is an involuntary action. Breathing is unique in that you can temporarily control it, but most of the time breathing happens without thinking.
You can not breath without air..... Do you mean living without oxygen......then that the word is 'anaerobic'.
Breathing is completely involuntary. You have to breath . Even with out thinking you will breath.
No. You can hold your breath for a certain amount of time, but you still can't live without breathing. Please do not try to stop breathing for this experiment.
You can use circular breathing where you breath in through your nose and store it in your cheeks ( I think, I can't do it)
A few things i can think of are breathing and blinking
both you can start with breathing out or by breathing in
One reliable place to find information about "breathing underwater" is HowStuffWorks. This details why we are not actually able to breath underwater without breathing equipment.
it dose stop breathing a whole breath but you can still breath.