Importance Of Breathing
lucifelle: Breathing is important for two reasons. It is the only means to supply our bodies and its various organs with the supply of oxygen which is vital for our survival. The second function of breathing is that it is one means to get rid of waste products and toxins from the body. Why Is Oxygen So Vital? Oxygen is the most vital nutrient for our bodies. It is essential for the integrity...
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