Yes, gender does affect lung capacity. Other factors that affect lung capacity include age, weight, height and level of fitness.
Yes age does make a difference in lung capacities because as you get older your body changes such as how you breathe, when you get tired while running for a short time, and how you can eat more than someone else younger than you.
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B/c for your lungs to get the best fill, your upper body has to be free to let your chest(and partially your stomach) expand w/o restrictions. If you're hunched over, arms clenched, that won't happen.
Factors such as gender, physical fitness, age, height, and weight can all affect lung capacity. This page offers an explanation on how they affect it: http://www.madsci.org/posts/archives/2003-04/1050155434.An.r.html
Exercising increases the lung capacity.
Vital capacity is a term which refers to the maximum volume someone can breathe in his lungs [ the max volume of air inhaled after a max exhalation]. It depends on many factors. How fit someone is, smoking, obesity, height, sex, body size and the posture of the body [when someone lies his vital capacity is less than standing]. Also when playing a flute instrument you'll increase your vital capacity,
The lung capacity vary on the person's age, gender, where he lives and more. For example, if he lives in a smoke-free area his lung capacity is probably more. The average lung capacity for a human is 4-6 liters of air and the average lung capacity for a 10-11 year old is around 4 liters.
Vital capacity varies depending on the size of the thoracic cavity, which tends to correlate with height. Lung capacity varies with height, weight, age, gender, and ethnicity.
Lung capacity can not be increased by a disorder.
My tidal lung capacity was lower. I know the difference because in the tidal lung capacity you are taking in less breath. When you are doing the vital lung capacity, you take in more breath.
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Men have larger lung capacities than women. Tall people also have larger lung capacities than short people. It is said that people aged 20-25 have larger lung capacities than other age groups, Its because by the time you have reached your twenties your lungs have reached their full capacity, but when you are a kid then your lungs aren't fully developed so they don't have a large capacity. From when you are 20 your lung capacity starts going down so an old man has about the same lung capacity as a very small boy.
Your total lung capacity is the total volume of the lung after maximum inspiration. (average 6 litres).
The lungs and heart, when diseased or injured could decrease lung capacity. Obesity would also reduce lung capacity