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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 THE DIAPHRAGM By: Evelyn Anderson Function:How does it move? Did you know that hiccuping is when the contracts and makes a sound come out of your mouth?Did you know that the is a ? It is located underneath your heart and your lungs. The brain helps the move.When you breathe in, it flattens to make space in the lungs for air.When you breathe out, it relaxes and returns to a dome shape. Responsibility:How can wecare for our diaphragmand not overwhelm it? Did you know that by , you can use less of your body's energy just by breathing in? Did you know that can increase the amount of oxygen that you breathe in? You can practice diaphragmatic breathing.Diaphragmatic breathing can your diaphragm. It can also the amount of air you breathe in. It can also use less of your bodysenergy to breathe in. To practice diaphragmatic breathing:1. Lie on your back with a pillow under your knees and a pillow under your head.2. Place one hand on your chest, and one hand above your stomach area, so that you can feel your diaphragm move.3. Breathe in slowly in through your nose, then out through your mouth.Only the hand near your stomach should move because that is where your diaphragm is. Resources:http:/school.ebonline.comlevelselementaryarticle353709#249840 http:/my.clevelandclinic.orghealthdiseasesconditionshicUnderstandingCOPDhicPulmonaryRehabilitationIsitforYouhicDiaphragmaticBreathing http:/my.clevelandclinic.orghealthdiseasesconditionshicUnderstandingCOPDhicPulmonaryRehabilitationIsitforYouhicDiaphragmaticBreathing http:/www.factmonster.comencyclopediasciencediaphragm.html http:/kidshealth.orgkidworddworddiaphragm.html http:/www.normalbreathing.comindexnb.php Google search with research rights. ("Labeled for Reuse") Resources:http://school.ebonline.com/levels/elementary/article/353709#249840 http://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases_conditions/hic_Understanding_COPD/hic_Pulmonary_Rehabilitation_Is_it_for_You/hic_Diaphragmatic_Breathing http://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases_conditions/hic_Understanding_COPD/hic_Pulmonary_Rehabilitation_Is_it_for_You/hic_Diaphragmatic_Breathing http://www.factmonster.com/encyclopedia/science/diaphragm.html http://kidshealth.org/kid/word/d/word_diaphragm.html http://www.normalbreathing.com/index-nb.php Google search with research rights. ("Labeled for Reuse") The average breathing rate of an adult is 12 breaths per minute.The normal amount of air breathed in by an adult in one breath is 500 ml (That is about 2 cups of air). The average breathing rate of an adult is 12 breaths per minute.The normal amount of air breathed in by an adult in one breath is 500 ml (That is about 2 cups of air!). DID YOU KNOW THAT?... DID YOU KNOW THAT?!... diaphragm muscle diaphragm diaphragm diaphragmatic breathing diaphragmatic breathing strengthen increase
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