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What happens to the respiratory system during exercise?

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2012-05-08 16:51:54
2012-05-08 16:51:54

The airways into and out of the lungs and the lungs themselves make up your respiratory system. This system allows the exchange of gases

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Arterial CO2 levels rise in people who regularly exercise. Another effect of exercise on the respiratory system is breathing is lighter and slower following exercise.


By using our respiratory system more during exercise, exercising more can make us exchange gas with more efficiency.



Oxygen and exercise do wonders for the respiratory system.


The respiratory system is unimportant during strength training and stretching. It is very important during cardiovascular exercise (cardio). Regular cardio that is neither too mild nor too strenuous can be very beneficial to your body. .


Because our respiratory system is part of our breathing and we all breath faster when we do exercise because the oxygen needs to get to the muscles quicker. Exercise also makes you fitter, so you will see an improvement on the respiratory system because your breathing will be more controlable... Therefore exercise defently effects the respiratory system :)


Over time it makes your respiratory system more efficient.


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Exercise, and deep breathing


exercise can influence the respiratory system in a positive way because exercise gets blood pumping faster and makes the heart stronger. (the heart is a muscle by the way)



If the respiratory system stops working, the body dies.


During a vigerous exercise your cells must create more energy, thus having to use oxygen, the circulatory system must transport this oxygen to other cells to create energy.


Exercise has many positive effects on the cardio respiratory system. Some include increasing stamina, increasing lung capacity, endurance and heart health.


You theoretically work on the respiratory system so it gets stronger and you get used to it.


Your heart rate speeds up and your blood flow is increased.


Sympathetic activation almost always speeds up any system. In this case breathing rate.


This questions is preposterous. Without your respiratory system your muscles wouldn't get oxygen and therefore won't be able to go through cellular respiration in order to make the energy necessary to do exercise.


it works harder to draw in as much oxygen as the heart pumps more blood to circulate faster.


the circulatory system, the heart rate increases and blood flow increases to the exercising muscles, and lessens to the other parts of the body. Your respiratory system doesn't change except for the amount of air flow. (Addition): When your heart rate increases from anything in general, you tend to breathe heavier and faster depending on the amount of pressure your heart is being put into.


The nervous system receives information and by the sensory nerves it transports to the brain what you learnt.


the heart increases in rythm and pumps more blood to the muscles



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