AGE FEATURES OF INDICATION OF EXTERNAL RESPIRATION IN TRAINED AND UNTRAINED PEOPLE
Komilova B.O., Mustafaeva M.I., Gafarova S.M.
Bukhara State Medical Institute
Abstract. The diaphragm separates the heart and lungs from other members of the abdominal cavity. When the diaphragm during breathing takes place the whole movement of the abdominal organs. When a person breathes through the diaphragm, the surface of the alveolaris increases, blood is oxygenated well, and the circulation is accelerated. This also has a positive effect on the activity of the internal organs in the abdomen and helps to remove toxins and waste from the body, reduces mental stress.
Keywords: Diaphragm, epithelium, lung capacity, proportionality, alveolar degeneration, toxins, mental stress, hypoxia.