Asked in HealthBeaversPublic Speaking
What factors affect your ability to hold your breath?
September 23, 2009 11:51PM
The factors of how long you can hold your breath are:~
a) How big your lungs are
b) How fit and healthy you are
c) How much you have practised holding your breath.
d) Hom much CO2 your body is storing.
Asked in Seals and Sea Lions
How do harbor seals hold their breath under water?
Asked in Soil
How does the size and shape of soil particles affect the soil's ability to take in and hold water?
Asked in Snakes
What features of the sea snake help it survive in the environment?
Asked in Swimming
When your swimming under water how does it affect your breathing?
Asked in Helicopters, Boeing, Airbus
How does the wing shape on an airplane affect its ability to hold weight?
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
Why is it hard to hold my breath underwater?
It's harder to hold your breath because there's no AIR & OXYGEN and 'cause in water if you hold your breath too long you die, but if you hold your breath in the air and if you think you are holding your breath too long you can just breath instead of trying to breath in the water. ~Its a phsycology thing.