Nose, throat and larynx are all parts of human respiratory system. They transfer oxygen – which is necessary to sustain life – to lungs. Our lives are measured from the first to the last breath, but we don’t actually think a lot about the breathing process itself. How many times do we breathe in a day? What is the capacity of our lungs? How many litres of air passes daily through our respiratory system? Should we inhale with nose or mouth?
Come to our Inhale-exhale miniworkshop to find out the answers to the above questions, learn more about the structure and function of the lungs, and build a simple model of the respiratory system.