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Did you know that the lungs continuously hold at least one litre of air? Did you know that every year our lungs process more than 4 million litres of air? Did you know that the study of lung diseases is called Pulmonology? Read our facts sheet to learn more amazing, cool facts about the human lung

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What are lungs? Lungs are part of the respiratory system; the respiratory system is made up of the trachea, the lungs and the diaphragm. The purpose of the respiratory system is to breathe to circulate oxygen into the body

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The word "Lung" originates from 13th century European language, it means "light" which refers to the weight of the organ when considering its size

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Where are the Lungs in the human body? Humans have two lungs, they are situated below the trachea (the windpipe) and above the diaphragm; they are protected by muscles and the rib cage

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Lungs are filled with over 300 million tiny air bags called alveoli. The alveoli carry oxygen into the blood stream and remove carbon dioxide which is exhaled in our breathe

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How big are Lungs? Lungs vary in size just as people do, generally adult lungs measure around 25 - 35 cm long, 10 - 15 cm wide and weigh 0.8 - 1.2 kg. The left lung is slightly smaller than the right to allow room for the heart

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What do lungs look like? A healthy lung is pink, smooth and shiny, people who smoke damage their lungs; a damaged lung is black, bumpy and dull

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Adult lungs contain approximately 2,400 kilometres of airways and have a total surface area of about 70 - 100 square metres; this is approximately the same size area half of a tennis court - all packed into a chest!

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When you inhale, your lungs inflate and your can see your rib cage expand upwards and outwards

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Our lungs work without us even thinking about it; they enable us to breathe approximately 23,000 times a day!

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Strange Fact: the lung is the only organ that is capable of floating on water!

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Diseases of the lungs include; asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, pneumonia and tuberculosis

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Smoking is bad for you, particularly your lungs. Tar from cigarettes can cause lung diseases and lung cancer. Smoking is responsible for over 80% of lung cancer deaths

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What is Asthma? Asthma is a common disease that affects the tubes that carry air into the lungs. Experts suggest that 1 in 12 Americans suffer from asthma

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Asthma is irritated by dust; airways tighten and make it difficult to breathe. Asthma is usually treated with an inhaler pump; this treats the sensitive tubes directly

Fun Fact 15

Most people do not breathe correctly! Without even realising it we often breathe too shallow, hold our breath, breathe through our mouths, or breathe through just one nostril. Focusing on breathing correctly will increase oxygen supplies to help us to relax and improve concentration...Give it a try!

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