Our lungs are precious, and the most important part of our respiratory system. These organs are responsible for absorbing and distributing all the oxygen that our body needs in order to function normally.
Fitness: It is important to keep your lungs fit. Regular physical activity is the only consistent way to ensure the fitness of your respiratory system. The more you use your lungs and diaphragm, the more fit they will - just like any other muscle in your body.
Protection: The more careful we are about what we breath into our lungs, the less chance there is that they will be damaged. There are some inadvertent or accidental situations that we can be careful to avoid - staying inside on very smoky or smoggy days, wearing masks when using harmful chemicals, etc. But there are also some very deliberate things people do that harm their lungs - smoking is the worst. And the easiest way to avoid smoking, is never to start.
Most respiratory diseases are air-borne. It is important to breathe clean, fresh air. Cover your mouth and nose when you are in a crowed place or when the air is heavily polluted. Wearing a mask over the nose is now common in urban areas and in factories.
Respiratory ailments are contagious. Colds and coughs are visible signs of most respiratory ailments. Do not stay too close to people who have them. When they cough or sneeze, germs are sure to be in the air. You may catch these germs and get sick, too. In addition, get immunized against flu yearly, get pneumonia vaccine as recommended (based on your age and health history), and make sure you have received the TDaP vaccine at least once to offer protection against pertussis (whooping cough).
Breathing from your abdomen can help as it relaxes your accessory breathing muscles and gets you breathing more naturally as were designed to do. Lie on your back with one hand resting gently on your abdomen and one on resting on your chest, and see which one rises as you breathe. You should aim to keep your chest hand still and abdomen hand rising and falling with your breathing.
If you are an asthmatic, make sure you have the knowledge and skills to keep your condition well-controlled. If you are frequently using your rescue inhaler, it's a sign that you need to add controller medications.
Don't smoke and living in climates with no smog will help greatly.
We have to take care of our Respiratory system because if not it will become unhealthy
because if you dont take care of your respiratory system it's gone messed up
The Engestrom carestation from GE is the latest technology for the respiratory system. It is a complete ventilation system that offers integrated care from integration to monitoring respiratory care.
Respiratory home care port system is a system that provides in-home patient care services such as home health and home medical equipment.
because that is the only way we can breathe. without it we will die
A cold is a common ailment of the respiratory system. If you're taking care of someone who has a cold, make sure that they have plenty of tissues and stay hydrated. Also offer cold medicine if it's available.
What is the main function of the mouth in respiratory system?
Who knows - does anybody care?
A Pulmonologist is a doctor that specializes in the respiratory system. A Respiratory Therapists evaluate, treat, and care for patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders but does not have to be an MD.
use your mind in choosing medicine .
function of respiratory system is take in of oxygen and take out CO2, and also for heart pumping and for the circulation of blood in the body .
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Mitochondria in the cell. it allows the respiratory system to take in oxygen and also store energy.
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in the lungs
yes because your nose takes in oxygen and oxygen and breathing take place in the respiratory system.
respitory system respiratory system
The respiratory system is made up of the trachea, bronchi, bronchioles, lungs, and the diaphragm. This system is what allows humans to take in oxygen.
The answer is in the question BOTH are the respiratory system.
they take blood to the heart