Respiratory apparatus

Respiratory apparatus

The respiratory apparatus is the next system participating in perception of the external energy. This group includes: the nose, bronchi, lungs. Their purpose is the perception of the life energy from the inhaled air, its isolating and passing to the blood. A great quantity of energy is passed through these organs. That’s why during ailments of the respiratory apparatus we experience asthenia. These organs supply the organism with oxygen, remove poisonous matters from it. But their main purpose is supplying the organism with clean life energy and removal of the processed, destructive energy from it.

As to the supplied oxygen, at a correct functioning of the respiratory apparatus the organism can have this element in abundance decomposing carbon dioxide into carbon and oxygen which are used by the organism further on. The organism has a mechanism permitting to carry this out. At laughing and sobbing this process is the most active. Pay attention to your breathing when feeling joy or grief.

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