These organs are the nose, mouth , pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, bronchioles and of course the lungs
I know these sound like weird words but they haereally simple functions and features to remember them by. Follow me and I'll show you a poster
I sure can kiddo.When your mum said her organs would of been shocked. She was referring to the organs in the respiratory system.
this lady talking gibberish
what does this have anything to do with asthma attacks?
This poster talks all about the functions of a respiratory system organs. The lungs function is to help us breathe and run the flow of oxygen. The nose and mouth are for exhaling and inhaling the air for the rest of the system. The pharynx job is to is the passageway from the mouth and nose that leads to the oesophagus.The larynx is a fancy word for voice box which ned air to help you talk. The trachea carries air in and out of your lungs and. Bronchi and bronchioles main job is to deliver air in a warmer, cleaner environment.The system also has this thing called cellar respiration which breaks down sugars to give the cells energy to function. This could n confused with respiration which is breathing. The difference is one is of cells energy ( cellular respiration) and one is for breathing (respiration).
An asthma attack occurs when the muscles surrounding airways like the pharynx tighten and restrict the airways making it hard to breathe. This tightening is caused by allergies, smoke, stress and exercise. Your mums was caused by stress of her new job.
yeah i'm fine. How are you after your organs tightened and restricted your airways?