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  1. The Human Respiratory System By Gene and Kevin

  2. Introduction to the Human Respiratory System The Respiratory System is what controls breathing. It brings in the oxygen your body needs and gets rid of the carbon dioxide that is left over. If you didn’t breathe you would pass out or die.

  3. How the Human Respiratory System Works The Respiratory System helps you breathe. When the human body breathes air, it gets sucked through the nostrils or the mouth. Then it goes through the trachea (wind pipe). The trachea divides into tubes called bronchi which carry the air on to each lung.

  4. Some More Ways the Human Respiratory System Works The diaphragm pulled the oxygen down to the bronchi and into the lungs. Then, it goes into a million moist air sacks which expand and contract like a sponge with water.

  5. Caring for Your Respiratory System You should take care of your Respiratory System because if you don’t you won’t be able to breathe. Using drugs can keep your brain from telling your lungs to breathe. Smoking can make your lungs turn black and not work well.Breathing clean air is healthiest for you. Exercise keeps your lungs strong.

  6. Amazing Facts About the Respiratory System Did you know that... • Your right lung has three lobes and your left lung only has two? • The right lung is a little larger than the left lung? • A person sleeping almost always breathes twelve or fifteen times a minute?

  7. More Amazing Facts About the Respiratory System Did You Know That... • The exhaling rate is faster in kids than in adults? • The trachea is made out of cartilage shaped rings? • The fastest recorded “ sneeze speed” is 165 km per hour? • It is healthier to breathe through your nose than your mouth, because your nose hairs and mucus clean the air.

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