What does carbon dioxide do for your body?
It does absoloutley nothing, it is our waste from the respiratory system (breathing) that cannot be used.
Carbon dioxide is naturally released from your body when you exhale. The human body takes in oxygen then after metabolism of the cells produce carbon dioxide as remainder to removed from the body. Also, carbon dioxide, as well as, carbon monoxide is produced with combustion engines used for transportation, etc. There are several other causations for carbon dioxide. Chemically speaking it is formed when 1 carbon atom bonds with 2 oxygen atoms causing a molecule…
We find that carbon dioxide is removed from the body via what is called gas exchange in the lungs. When we inhale, air is drawn into the lungs, and the alveoli in the lungs are the sites where gas exchange takes place. Carbon dioxide exits the blood, and oxygen enters. When we exhale, the carbon dioxide is carried out of the body, and the process is repeated with another breath.