Trache is the windpipe.
A term used to describe the passage of air through the throat and into the lungs.
We used to think of ourselves as trache-like people, but those days are long gone. In fact, we’re not as trache-like as we used to be either. There are now many more things we can do (and do) that are not trache-like at all.
The next word in this list is a little bit more complex. I’ve been thinking about why that is. I was trying to figure out why the term was important, but I’m not sure I have the exact right answer. For a while it seemed like a good idea to think about how you are in your own skin. That’s what makes it so different.
The medical term “trache” was used in the 1800s to describe the windpipe. It was actually named by a surgeon in the 1850s, but he had never actually seen a human trache. He thought it was the wind, but it’s actually the airway. We’ve since come to think of it as the way air is inhaled into the lungs.
It is this kind of thinking that makes us think that we are in our own skin in the sense that our brains are still attached to the rest of our bodies. The problem is that our brains are the only part of us that isn’t attached to our skin, but then we are also attached to our skin, and our skin is always attached to our brains. It is this kind of thinking that leads us to think that we are in our own skin.
As someone who suffers from chronic throat tightness, this is a frustrating thing to hear. It’s like they are saying, “Your throat is so tight that you can’t breathe, and you are not breathing because your throat is so tight.” It’s like they are saying, “Your brain is attached to your throat, but you have no brain because you are so attached to your throat and can’t let go.
This is a really good example of how our brains attach themselves to our bodies by being attached to our throats. It’s like they are saying, Your brain is so attached to your throat, that it affects your breathing. Its like saying, You have no brain because you are so attached to your throat that you can’t let go.
I’m really interested in this because I’m on the fence about learning to relax enough to let my brain and throat finally go in a state of rest. I’ve read about it in a lot of books, and I’ve seen it on TV, but I’ve never really tried it. Maybe I’ll try it sometime.
For most of us, we have a medical condition that causes us to breathe through our throat. This condition is called tracheostomy. The tracheostomy is a surgical procedure that places a tube down your throat and connects it to your lungs. This causes a permanent airway obstruction that can affect your breathing. It is considered a life-threatening condition, because it tends to cause a number of other medical problems, including a higher risk of bacterial infections, aspiration pneumonia, and pneumonia.