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Apnea can be voluntarily achieved (e.g., "holding one's breath"), drug-induced (e.g., opiate toxicity), mechanically
induced (e.g., strangulation or choking), or it can occur as a consequence of neurological disease or trauma.
Voluntary apnea can be achieved by closing the vocal cords, simultaneously keeping the mouth closed and blocking
the nasal vestibule, or constantly activating expiratory muscles.
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