In Our Body Inside The Lungs In Which Side?


This topic is about what inside the lungs? we are know that lungs, and how lungs are work. In our body lungs is very important part. In side of lungs contain blood vessel, windpipe bronchi, etc. Lung you provide to dirty air to frees air this is the work for lungs.

Your left lungs is slightly smaller than your right lungs, to leave space for your heart on the left side of your chest. Your lungs are stretchy and spongy because bubbles, they are made of millions of tiny pipes and air filled bubbles too small for the eye to see. When you breathe in and out, air travel up and down these tiny air passages where it is processed by your body.

Each of our lungs is structured like a grate trees with many branches ending in tiny twigs. The bronchi the two main air ways bronching off the windpipe divide again and again to from ever small passages known as bronshioles. The small bronchiolies are narrower than hare. They lead to microscopic air sacs know as alveoli.

When you listen to your lungs. If you ask a friend to listen carefully they may be able to hear the sound that your lungs are making. Another way to hear the sound when you go to the doctors use an one instrument this is called a stethoscope to make it easier to hear the sound of your lungs.

In case of small baby lungs under development before birth but it does not take its first breath of air when it born. Your lungs start breath to supply your body with oxygen. This process continues day in day out every minute of your life.

How to Keep your lungs active


When you exercise you take more air into your lungs to give your cells the extra oxygen they need. Morning walk and fresh air is like a medicine for Lungs.


Comments

Author: Kiran16 Dec 2011 Member Level: Gold   Points : 1

Dushant,
This is really a informative and good article. You have given a good information.
Can you write an article on smoking effects on lungs? It wilg be a good article.
with best regards,
kiran daware



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