How does he do it?

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Blaine's been holding his breath under water for eight minutes: As soon as his body senses his oxygen has been cut off, the body goes into "survival mode" -- sending oxygen to vital organs including the heart and brain, Oprah said.

As long as blood continues to circulate throughout his body, Blaine can survive.

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