Do not experiment with this as is is inherently dangerous to do this intentionally. Breathing into a paper bag ensures that you inhale some of the carbon dioxide you exhaled. The equation shown in the previous answer is the correct one. In the future, if your grade depends on it, try reading your text book rather than looking for answers from people on line.
You have correctly spelled hyperventilation.
They are not the same. Hyperventilation can be a symptom of anxiety.
Yes, hyperventilation is can cause dead things.
Yes, chest tightness can be due to hyperventilation. More specifically is it due to Hyperventilation Syndrome which is a respiratory disorder caused by the psyche.
Some sort of psychological stress can trigger hyperventilation syndrome.
Hyperventilation is breathing that is more rapid and deeper than usual. It can be caused by emotional or physical stimuli. Hyperventilation leads to respiratory alkalosis.
As a sufferer of hyperventilation I would say it does. Not massively though but you can feel the difference.
Hyperventilation raises body pH. Hypoventilation lowers body pH.
No, hyperventilation means increased rate and depth of breathing.
Hyperventilation which often occurs with panic attacks does not cause death. Hyperventilation can cause fainting due to too much carbon dioxide in the blood. This is why it is recommended to breathe into a paper sack.