Why Does Breathing Rate Increase during Exercise?


Breathing rate increases during exercise because your body has a higher demand for oxygen. Oxygen is needed to burn calories and so your lungs have to work harder. Your lungs, heart, and muscles all work together to ensure you are getting enough oxygen for your exercise.
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