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Hello all! I have kind of a complicated story here. On Jan 9th of 2015 I was working undercover as a narcotics detective. This op came to an abrupt end when I was shot 8 times in the chest and abdomen with a .45 handgun. Every one of my major organ minus my heart and brain were struck. Both of my lungs were shot and started to collapse pretty quickly. Ultimately I lost a little bit of lung but was able to recover.
Oddly enough, I recently noticed that I could hold my breath longer. Tonight I timed myself and was able to hold my breath under water for 1 minute and 10 seconds without even starting to feel distressed. That's the longest I have ever been able to hold my breath and I used to be in the Infantry. Due to my injuries I can't work out, I'm overweight and I don't do any lung exercises. I'd love to hear some theories about this.
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