I did Justin Timberlake when I was 18 and I was so nervous I couldn’t breathe properly. It was the first time I’d done an interview where I realized the scariest bit is the part before.
Many nights I wake up not able to breathe. I think I’m in Guantanamo Bay. I’m crying and shouting and making it very hard for the people that are with me in the room to sleep.
You get a rib injury and it hurts to breathe. If you sneeze, you think you’re gonna die.
I’m not the fastest drummer in the world, but I’m very into dynamics and knowing that there’s space in between the notes and you got to breathe.
Sometimes, my anxiety is really dark. Like, I can’t breathe, and feel like I’m having a heart attack.
I’ve definitely been in elements of grappling where I’m tied up and in a weird position and my mouth and my nose are covered and I can’t breathe. You still have to be able to escape. The last thing you want to do is tap in that scenario when you have an opportunity to escape.
We have controlled the law and order to ensure that the people of Punjab can live and breathe in peace, without fear.
I think we just get scrutinised for everything – even when you breathe!
Bellator is open to a fighters union – fighters binding together to see what’s in our best interest. That’s something you can’t even breathe about elsewhere. I think it’s a good thing for myself and other fighters to have that.
I had COVID a week before they made the announcement. I couldn’t breathe and I couldn’t tell if it was my heart or my lungs. I got to the hospital and I said, ‘I’ve been having this heart attack for three days’ and they plugged me into the machines and everything and I had a swollen heart and a virus. I really seriously thought I was going to die.
I use this little trick where I take my arms up above my head, breathe in really slowly, and repeat. I do it before every show, TV or radio, and people always laugh at me. But it really helps.
I’ve taken for granted that we have clean air to breathe in cities, relatively speaking, and most people have access to clean water. But we can’t take these things for granted.
There was a point where I was just saying to myself, breathe. Inhale, because I felt really heavy – I felt like those cartoons when they experience G and your face is just sagging down.
We let the show breathe more. We focused on the comedy from a broadcast point. It became more stylized and interactive.
When you are on the court and a guy shanks a ball off the line, and I think it’s the end of the world, then I think about my brother being in a bed for three straight weeks not able to breathe on his own, and it doesn’t seem as bad.
In other sports, you get to breathe if you make a mistake.
I love listening to Led Zeppelin and classic rock albums from the Seventies. They’re just so brilliant because they breathe.
Cricket is my life. Before the cancer, I was happy-go-lucky. I used to think about my career and worry about the future. But post it, my thinking has completely changed. I’m happy to eat and breathe normally. I’m happy to have my life back.
When people ask me what the most important thing is in life, I answer: ‘Just breathe.’
The ability to breathe the air and drink the water will be what the wars will be about from here on in. And it’s coming with alarming rapidity.
The ‘I think’ which Kant said must be able to accompany all my objects, is the ‘I breathe’ which actually does accompany them.
That’s what nature meant us to do, breathe deep when we are stressed.
I found by deeper breathing, going into the cold, thinking about it, dealing with it; getting the conviction that my ability to breathe deeper is making connections with my body.
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