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Exhaling is breathing out and inhaling is breathing in.
I believe that the pressure from the diaphragm causes our lungs inflate, thus we inhale and when the diaphragm deflates, it makes us exhale. -------------------------------…-------------------------------------- As your diaphragm or intercoastal muscles contract the size of the lungs increases. This creates a pressure difference between your lungs and the surrounding atmosphere. By increasing the size of the lungs you create a low pressure environment in the lungs by expanding the same amount of gas to a larger area. this pressure difference doesn't have to be much 1mmhg is more then enough, the main thing is just that you need a difference in preasure. Air flows from high preasure to low preasure, so by decreasing the preasure in the lungs air flows into the lungs. as you breath out you make the lungs smaller by relaxing the muscles and diaphragm, making the volume in the lungs decrease, thus increasing the preasure and moving the air from inside the lungs out to the surrounding atmosphere.
Breathing is done by your diaphragm. When you breathe in, yourdiaphragm tightens (contracts) and moves downward so your lungs canexpand. When you breathe out (exhale) your dia…phragm relaxes(expands) and moves up into your chest.
Inhalation means breathing in, and exhalation is breathing out.
you breath in as you inhale breath out is exhale
People inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.
You inhale to get oxygen into your body and you exhale to get carbon dioxide
Yes, do that often otherwise you will die.
Aerobic organisms inhale oxygen and exhale CO2 because they use a process called cellular respiration. This is why organisms breathe.
that's easy the lungs
Your lungs are known as the "respiratory center" of your body. They exchange all sorts of gases such as carbon dioxide, oxygen and other byproducts. When you inhale your diap…hragm goes up, and then when you exhale your diaphragm will flatten. The portion of your lungs called the "ALVEOLI" is what exchanges the gases. This part is 1 cell layer thick, and can have easy exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen.
Inhaling would be taking in a breath, and exhaling would be letting it out.
Inhaled: Breath in Exhaled:Breath out
Lungs alveoli has very large surface area, about 100 square meters. So air is fully saturated with water vapor and so it is more in amount.
The amount of oxygen that is passed through the blood to the tissues and organs causes a difference in the amount that you inhale and exhale. You inhale a larger amount than y…ou exhale.
with your lungs