Greetings! I have a sort of linguistic question. English is very useful for labeling 'cause we can just add "ing" to any noun or verb and get the label for the process. But as for Russian which is my native language, you can't do it that simple. We can rather use nouns like, for example, "the rise of the abdomen, or the fall", or use verbs but always attributed to the object like the abdomen (though the noun itself we can skip) IS rising, (the hand) IS lifting. So if there are only two options what is better, impersonal nouns or verbs linked to the subjects?
And the second part, the labels for rising and falling are quite long, can we use exhale/inhale or up/down instead of them? Won't it be overconceptualised?