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Q: What is it called when you demand oxygen to muscles?
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What causes oxygen debt in muscles?

when the demand for oxygen exceeds supply so you have to replenish it.


Do cardiac muscles need oxygen?

Yes, cardiac muscles cells have a very high oxygen demand, since they are constantly in motion. This is why any shortage of oxygen causes angina, or if the oxygen deprivation is long enough, it causes death of the muscle cells - what is commonly called a heart attack.


Why does running make a person breathe faster?

Your body uses oxygen make energy, and muscles need energy to relax and contract, or flex. As you run, the demand for energy in your muscles increases, and so your lungs work harder to provide the oxygen your muscles are begging for. The result of higher demand for oxygen is faster deeper breaths.


What are the short terms on the respiratory system?

There is an increase in the breathing rate, this is due to the demand for oxygen from the working muscles. •The Respiratory Volume increases, this is due to the increase of Tidal Volume and breathing rate whilst meeting the demand of oxygen for the working muscles.


How do you get a cramp?

Muscular cramp occurs when the oxygen demand by muscles is greater than what the body can provide. When the supply is less than the demand, the muscles start to undergo anaerobic respiration - this results in a build-up of lactate in the muscles. When the levels of lactate become too high, the muscles cramp.


Muscles contain an oxygen storage pigment called what?

myoglobin


Why do an athlete breathe faster and deeper after running?

Your body uses oxygen make energy, and muscles need energy to relax and contract, or flex. As you run, the demand for energy in your muscles increases, and so your lungs work harder to provide the oxygen your muscles are begging for. The result of higher demand for oxygen is faster deeper breaths. ♥♥♥ love ur bf


What happens when lactic acid builds up?

demand of oxygen is increases called oxygen debt


What is biological oxygen demand?

It is the amount of demand on the biological oxygen.


Why is oxygen necessary as you exercise?

As muscles work harder and more energy is expended, oxygen demand rises. As a result, you breathe harder, increasing the rate and depth of respirations and, thus, take in more oxygen.


Does the vessels carry oxygen to the muscles?

Arteries carry oxygen to the muscles of the body.


Exercising steadily enough for the heart to supply oxygen needed by the muscles is called?

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