Question: Why can some people hold their breath longer than others?
Why I am interested in this topic: It is because I want to know if we can stay without breathing or also train our bodies to hold breath. I think the respiratory system is interesting because we have to use gases to run our body and I’m curious about how our body knows how to get the gases and how to use them.
Round 1. How do you get oxygen to your cells?
Round 2. Why do we need oxygen in our cells?
3. How can we train ourselves to be able to hold our breath longer?
This is an extraordinarily exciting topic. I’m very interested to learn about what holding our breath does and also how our respiratory system works. I’ve seen someone’s strategy of breathing in more than you breath out and it will give you a longer time without air.
very interesting topic! I am looking forward to your three rounds of research!
Best of luck!
Interesting topic you there! It is a very popular question and I am eager to keep up with your upcoming posts as I am interested to know how some swimmers can hold their breath longer. I always thought it’s because of practice, but now with your research, the answer can change.
– I see that you will be doing research on “Why do we need oxygen in our cells?” will you also be doing research on different cells that need oxygen and why?
Here are some sources that can help you with your research.
1. https://www.healthline.com/health/holding-your-breath (How to Train to Hold Your Breath Longer Safely)
2. https://www.medicaldaily.com/breaking-point-how-long-can-someone-go-without-breathing-364450 (How Long Can Someone Go Without Breathing?)
Thank you for the links they will be useful.