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Which has a lower pressure the air in your lungs as you inhale or the air outside your body?

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Air moves from a higher pressure region to a lower pressure region. As you inhale, the air moves from outside your body to inside your lungs, so the air in your lungs has a lower pressure.
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What causes your body to inhale and exhale air into your lungs?

I believe that the pressure from the diaphragm causes our lungs inflate, thus we inhale and when the diaphragm deflates, it makes us exhale. -------------------------------

Is Air pressure inside lungs is less than outside?

This depends on exhalation or inhalation. If you are exhaling the pressure would be greater inside the lungs than the outside, but if you are inhaling, then the pressure would

What happens to the air pressure when you inhale?

When the diaphragm contracts the lungs are pulled down. This creates space in the lungs for air to rush in because air pressure is greater outside the body than inside the bod
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When you inhale why does air rush into your lungs?

When you inahle, air rushes into your lungs because that is the only pathway air is allowed to travel. The body is designed to be air tight and water tight where it needs to b

Is it true you inhale because the air pressure inside the chest cavity is less than outside the body?

Partly. Your diaphragm contracts and increases the volume of your chest cavity. Air enters to fill the space. The pressure in the chest cavity is slightly lower than the atmos