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Transcript of RESPIRATORY SYSTEM!!!!!!!!!
What do the tracts do?
The Respiratory System is at a delicate balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide.
There are various structures that are involved with the respiratory system and can be classified in 2 tracts
They are the upper respiratory tract and lower respiratory tract
How many Tracts?
Additionally, the main function of the respiratory system is to provide oxygen to all parts of the body
This method is when our respiratory system extracts oxygen and disposes the carbon dioxide.
Importance of the system?
The Respiratory System
Organs of The Respiratory System
- The significance of the respiratory system is enormous as it is essential for transporting oxygen and decreasing the carbon dioxide levels in a human body.
- The respiratory system plays a key role for the human body to function correctly because the cells require the surplus of oxygen or their specific activity it was assigned to do will stop working.
A healthy life involves a healthy respiratory system.
The lower respiratory tract is comprised of trachea, bronchi, bronchiole, alveoli and alveolar sacs
The upper respiratory contains the nostrils, nasal cavity, pharynx, mouth, larynx and cilia which are mostly the organs which inhale oxygen and carbon dioxide.
- Personal issues
- To relax
What organs helps us breathe?
There are various organs that support the role of breathing but the most important organ for breathing is the diaphragm. The diaphragm is a thin muscle that helps the lung expands when we breathe by increasing space.
Furthermore, the diaphragm contracts as this makes the thin muscle move downwards which increases the chest cavity’s space. By doing this action, it allows the lungs hold the maximum inhaled air into the body which means more blood getting quickly pumped of richer oxygen