The respiratory System Abigail lien

Body parts of the respiratory system

Trachea: carries air in and out of your lungs. It is a tube that goes to your mouth. You can trachea by not smoking and getting exercise. 

Bronchi: is the main passageway into the lungs. It is in the middle of your lungs. You can protect your Bronchi by getting exercise and not smoking.

Lungs: move oxygen to many parts of the body. It is under you chest. Organs in your chest. You can protect your lungs by not smoking cigarette. 

Alveoli: is a air sack in the lungs. Is in the middle of your lungs. You can protect your Alveoil by not smoking because it breaks down the walls and makes it hard to breathe. 

Diaphragm(muscle):a muscle that helps you move your breath in and out of the body. Is under your lungs. You can talk to your diaphragm by working out and being healthy. 

Pharynx: tubes that go down the stomach and lungs. It is the end of your trachea. You can your Pharynx by not smoking.

Larynx: are vocal cords that help you talk. The middle of your trachea tube. You can protect your Larynx by not yelling to hard because it can break you vocal cords.

Oral cavity(mouth) plays an important role in speech. It is your mouth. You can protect your oral cavity by brushing your teeth. 

Nasal cavity(nose)Is the space behind your nose. You can help your nose by blowing your nose when you need to.

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