How can a pilot increase his tolerance to Gz A Tightening of the stomach

How can a pilot increase his tolerance to gz a

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Question 28: How can a pilot increase his tolerance to Gz ? A Tightening of the stomach muscles. B Tighten shoulder harness. C Relax the muscles and lean upper body forward. D Take an upright seat position.
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Explanation: Tightening of the stomach muscles pushes blood into the upper part of the body and can delay the onset of loss of vision and unconsciousness. Question 29: Hypoxia is caused by Question 30: Hypoxia can be caused by: 1. low partial pressure of oxygen in the Question 31: Why is hypoxia especially dangerous for pilots flying solo? Question 32: The symptoms of hypoxia include: A Visual disturbances, lack of concentration, euphoria. B Dull headache and bends. C Dizziness, hypothermia. D Nausea and barotitis. Explanation: NO
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Question 33: Which of the following is/are the symptom(s) of hypoxia ? Explanation: NO Question 34: Which statement applies to hypoxia? A sensitivity and reaction to hypoxia varies from person to person B carbon monoxide increases the tolerance of the brain to oxygen deficiency C it is possible to predict when, how and where hypoxia reaction starts to set in D you may become immune to hypoxia when exposed repeatedly to hypoxia Explanation: NO Question 35: Hypoxia can be caused by A a lack of red blood cells in the blood or decreased ability of the haemoglobin to transport oxygen B a lack of nitrogen in ambient air C increasing oxygen partial pressure used for the exchange of gases D too much carbon dioxide in the blood Explanation: NO Question 36: Which symptom of hypoxia is the most dangerous for conducting safe flight ? A The degradation of reasoning and perceptive functions.
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