# How does tidal volume effect an athletes performance?

A good athlete has increased tidal volume! Therefore, they dont end up needing as much oxygen refills as an average person. As a result they have more energy to run. Otherwise they would be forced to stop because of overload of carbon dioxide. Hope this helps...

### What is the chronic effect of exercise on tidal volume?

Frequent exercise causes tidal volume to increase. Tidal volume is the amount of air ingested in a single breath and exercise increases the demand of oxygen. Read More

### What are the factors that can affect tidal volume and total lungs capacity?

Pressure, Altitude and Health are the factors which effect on tidal volume and total lung capacity. Read More

### What is tidal volume?

Tidal volume is the amount of swag in the air and the amount of banter in a toilet Read More

### What is the average tidal volume for a rabbit?

a Rabbit weighing 2.4kg the tidal volume is 15.8ml Read More

### What is the Normal tidal volume?

Normal tidal volume is about 500ml in a healthy young adult. Read More

### What is tidal volume of the lung?

The tidal volume is the amount of air breathed in and out in a normal breath. Read More

### What effects does exercise have on tidal volume?

The effects that exercise have on tidal volume is that they cause an increase to in tidal volume. This is due to the faster breathing in which allows the lungs to bring in more oxygen. Read More

### What is the volume of air that enter or leaves during a single respiratory cycle is termed?

tidal volume or resting tidal volume Read More

### What is the difference between tidal volume and residual volume and pulmonary?

Tidal volume is the volume of air that moves in and goes out in asingle stroke, and is abut 500ml. Read More

### How do you calculate tidal volume for a neonate?

Body weight x 8-10 ml = tidal volume NEWBORN 3kg tidal volume =3x8-10 =24-30 ml Read More

### How do you qount the tidal volum?

Pulmonary Ventilation = Tidal volume X ventilation rate Simply rearrange the equation to find tidal volume Tidal volume = Pulmonary ventilation / ventilation rate Pulmonary ventilation is the volume of air moved into the lungs in one minute Tidal volume is the volume of air breathed in in one breath whilst at rest Ventilation rate is the number of breaths taken in one minute Read More

### How does living in high altitudes influence tidal volume?

how does lining in high altitude influence tidal volume Read More

### What tidal volume for a 3kg neonate?

Average Tidal Volume is 8-10 ml Kg-1 for a neonate. Hence for a 3 Kg nonate result in a tidal volume of 24-30 ml. Read More

### What is the term for the amount of air inhaled with the deepest possible inhalation above tidal volume?

Inspiratory reserve volume is the volume you can inhale past the normal tidal volume. Read More

### Normal tidal volume for an 8 year old?

The normal average tidal volume for an eight year old is approximately 350ml. Read More

### What is average tidal volume of the lungs in children and adults?

For an adult the average tidal volume is approximately 500ml, with an anatomical dead space of 150ml Read More

### How does the tidal volume increase during exercise?

the body needs more oxygen .hence, your breathing gets heavier (tidal volume increases) Read More

### How do you calculate tidal volume?

Tidal Volume is the amount of air inspired and expired during relaxed breathing. Volume of air inhaled per breath(units: milliliters per breath). Read More

### How much air is in a single breath?

What you are asking is called Tidal Volume. Tidal Volume is the amount of air exchange (entering or leaving) during an average breathe at rest. That volume is approximately 500ML Read More

### Does the tidal volume increase due to acute effects of exercise?

Yes, during exercise and increase in ventilation occurs primarily through an increase in tidal volume (i.e the volume of air taken in and out). Read More

### What is the term for a water wave that creates an underwater earthquake?

As far as I know, it's the other way round - it is the underwater earthquake that creates the water wave (the tsunami). Read More

### How would an asthma attack affect tidal volume?

Asthma is characterized by inflammation of the airways. The inflammation increases airway resistance thus decreasing tidal volume. Read More

### How do you calculate the inspiratory reserve volume?

inspiratory reserve volume= expiratory reserve volume + Tidal Volume - Vital capacity Read More

### Does Earth produce a tidal effect on the Moon?

Yes. Think in terms of Newton's second law. Earth does produce a tidal effect on the Moon. Read More

### How do you calculate the tidal volume?

Tidal volume is the total amount of air in your lungs that is inhaled/exhaled at one point. Tidal volume is found by using a machine to calculate it. Or, it is: Insiratory reserve volume+expiratory reserve volume+tidal volume+residual volume. REVISION Your definition of tidal volume is correct...it is the amount of air that moves in or out of the lungs during normal inspiration or expiration, but the equation you gave (IRV + Vt +ERV + RV)… Read More

### What two factors numbers are used to calculate ventilation rate?

final tidal volume - initial tidal volume time taken to breathe the final volume should be the larger number and the initial is when the lungs are empty Read More

### What refers to the volume of air moved into and out of the lungs during unforced breathing?

tidal volume Read More

### What is the amount of air that you can inhale above the resting tidal volume?

Inspiratory Reserve Volume Read More

### Maximum volume a person can inhale following exhalation of the tidal volume?

Inspiratory Capacity Read More