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Why Do We Breathe Faster When We Exercise?

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When you exercise, your muscles will need more calories and energy got from breaking down food stores and fat by cellular respiration. This process requires oxygen thus faster and hard breathing when exercising. The energy and calories made are pumped into the blood stream by the fast beating heart to the muscles to maintain consistency when doing exercise.
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when we exercise we continually need to form ATP. This would only happen by breaking down glucose. Glucose is broken down in Cellular Respiration, which requires oxygen. whiel exercising
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Not Medical Advice: The intensity of exercise affects your respiration rate because as you work your body harder, you begin to breathe faster and deeper.
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We breath faster after doing exercise so our hearts can pump more blood around our body as we need it.
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Many people mistakenly believe that oxygen is the most abundant gas in the air breathed on Earth, but that honor actually goes to nitrogen, which makes up 78 percent of the air. Nitrogen
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