It's difficult for one to turn blue and it depends on the situation. Some hypothermic patients will appear blue because of lack of blood flow, some medications when abused over time can give a person's skin a slight blue hue.
Well, I did some research and the best I can find is less than two minutes for an adult. Since you hear about people's lips turning blue at the table, I would assume forty-five seconds to two minutes. Obviously for a child or an infant, the time would be much shorter.
thirty seconds for me but im 12 so it would take aboot a minit for an adult
If you can hold your breath that long, you'll go unconscious first and then since breathing is an involuntary event, you will start breathing again.
forever.... cause plnts needs carbon dioxide.....
The lack of oxygen your body has after running causes this. Your body uses up oxygen and makes it hard to take in more to substitute for the amount you are using up.
Outside of a spacecraft, you won't be able to light it in the first place, for lack of oxygen.
i heard it was lack of oxygen. don't take my word for it though
About 4 minutes. After One-Two minutes the person will be passed out from lack of oxygen. After 4 minutes, depending the case, he/she will have no more oxygen therefor unable to function properly and then... DEAD
The red blood cells themselves do not take any action to get more oxygen, but the kidneys sense a lack of oxygen and produce more erythropoietin (hormone responsible for producing red blood cells) and this in turn increases oxygen levels
Clothes oxygen mask
You can take in flight a portable oxygen as long as approved by FAA and also the plane you were boarding is also allowing you to travel with oxygen while your on flight.
This is called aerobic exercise. All aerobic activity requires oxygen.
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A hole in the septum between the two atria causes some of the blood to be diverted away from the lungs so it doesn't get oxygenated. Lack of oxygen, called cyanosis, causes tissue to take on a bluish tinge.