Breathing helpful to you and your unborn child

Breathing helpful to you and your unborn child




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How your breathing helpful to your body?
Posted in 2012
How your breath helps to your body?
I told U many times that to activate and proper functioning of all parts of our body, removing of unwanted gases entered in our body and curing our injuries during accidents or surgery OXYGEN is required. We breath in Oxygen and breath out Carbon di oxide.
Breathing is the process that moves air in and out of the lungs, or oxygen through other respiratory organs such as gills. For organisms with lungs, breathing is also called ventilation, which includes both inhalation and exhalation. Breathing is one part of physiological respiration required to sustain life.
In addition to removing carbon dioxide, breathing results in loss of water from the body. Exhaled air has a relative humidity of 100% because of water diffusing across the moist surface of breathing passages and alveoli. When a person exhales into very cold outdoor air, the moisture-laden atmosphere from the lungs becomes chilled to the point where the water condenses into a fog, making the exhale visible by anyone.
These are the important points to note how your breathing helpful to your unborn child
1...  During pregnancy, the unborn baby (fetus) depends on its mother for nourishment and oxygen. Since the fetus doesn't breathe air, his or her blood circulates differently than it does after birth: The placenta is the organ that develops and implants in the mother's womb (uterus) during pregnancy
2...   It is important for the fetus to practice all the movements that will be needed at birth for two reasons: Firstly it helps the brain and ... Fetal breathing. The fetus does not actually breathe in the womb. Themother breathes for the fetus, and essential oxygen is passed to the fetus through the umbilical cord. The fetus does make ...
3...  Examples are fatigue, shortness of breath, oedema and systolic ejection murmurs. Obstetric caregivers must be able to distinguish signs ... This is especially important when the risk for mother and/or foetus is significantly increased or when pregnancy is contraindicated. These teenagers need to be advised about safe and ...
4...  She/he gets her oxygen and nutrients from her mother, which makes it important that a pregnant female eats a healthy and well balanced diet and do not smoke. ... This starts at 9 week of gestation and this isimportant as it allows the fetus to practice the movement of breathing, which helps her in breathing right away at birth ...
5...  Breathing practice prepares the fetus to breathe quickly and effectively after birth. Themother's body produces surfactant in the amniotic fluid in increasing amounts as the pregnancycontinues. The unborn baby needs the surfactant coating on the inside of her lungs to keep the lung's air sacs open and ...
I will tell U how Carbon entered in our body in my future articles.
In every article I told you that our body needs !. Air 2. Water and 3. Healthy food to keep our body Healthy. Air is the most required to our body without air we cannot live. It is natural process but our breathing may expand our span of Life and is most required for Pregnant woman with this air the baby will grow Healthy with out birth defects. Brought to youhttp://successgain.us/

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