When the artery walls lose their elasticity, this is called arteriosclerosis. When this happens, the body has a tougher time circulating blood.
Over the course of time, the arterial walls are apt to lose elasticity, which limits the amount of blood that can surge through them and hence limits the supply of oxygen to the heart. This condition is known as arteriosclerosis.
this could be cause by a condition called fibrosis where the alveoli walls scar and thicken making a larger diffusion distance. also causing the walls to lose elasticity. this could be cause by a condition called fibrosis where the alveoli walls scar and thicken making a larger diffusion distance. also causing the walls to lose elasticity. this could be cause by a condition called fibrosis where the alveoli walls scar and thicken making a larger diffusion distance. also causing the walls to lose elasticity.
a condition when blood vessels lose their elasticity, the blood starts to flow more intermittently rather than a constant flow due to the arteries are unable to expand and relax with the pulse as easily
Emphysema or Chronic Bronchitis the cause is mostly smoking or excessive exposure to smoke & pollution
If it jiggles, it is losing elasticity. We all will go through that.
i dont think it does but it might if its rusted
Cholesterol contributes to hypertension (high blood pressure) when it deposits itself in veins and arteries. Normally, your body is able to dilate blood vessels if your blood pressure rises in order to bring it back to a stable level. However, if cholesterol deposits itself in your arteries, they lose a large amount of their elasticity, leading to hypertension.
You only need to stretch it and move it backwards and forwards reasonably regularly. it will never lose its elasticity it just needs to be exercised.
The lungs lose elasticity so they expand less.
The loss of elasticity of the alveoli is caused by high pressure in the bladder causing an unsafe drop in blood pressure which will cause alveoli to lose their elasticity. It can also be caused by being overweight, underweight, or eating feces.
We would need to know what conditions you're referring to to respond to this question.
the climate: humidity or lack there of.
The Alveoli itself can not be 'lost', but it is possible to lose their function. Alveoli can lose their ability to exchange Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide with Blood. They can lose their elasticity and eventually rupture. Once they have ruptured it is impossible to reverse, and the damage is permanent.
The walls of the affected veins lose their elasticity in response to increased blood pressure. As the vessels weaken, more and more valves are unable to close properly. The veins become larger and wider over time and begin to appear as lumpy
What happens if i lose my phone in the house and it is nowhere to be found?
You Lose Your Voice
ecchymosis - ruptured blood vessels.
to avoid fat clotting in the arteries that increases blood pressure.