How to be Respiratory
In order to understand the dyspnea, it is necessary to know how a normal breathing is.
Breathing continues automatically.
Breathing and breathing can seem very simple but are autonomously managed by the brain and spinal cord.
Upper and lower respiratory tract
The respiratory system consists of two parts: the upper and lower airways.
Upper respiratory tract consists of nose, mouth, pharynx and larynx.
Lower respiratory tract; trachea, bronchi, alveoli and lung.
What starts breathing is in fact the effort to do to draw air into your body.
It cleans, warms and moistens the air entering the nose. The air then flows through the lungs to the trachea, bronchi and alveoli.
As you breathe, the chest extends and extinguishes.
Although respiration is the activity we do most often, it has a complex structure. Problems that can occur can affect the whole body in a negative way and cause problems.